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Football Favourite. A bound edition containing the first 17 editions

Football Favourite. A bound edition containing the first 17 editions

Football Favourite. A bound edition containing the first 17 editions

Product ID:
21427
Price: 525.00

Football Favourite. A bound edition containing the first 17 editions

A very special item. Featuring the first edition (4th September 1920) and then 16 more consecutive editions. Remember it only stayed in this format for the first 35 issues. It then rebranded as The Football and Sports Favourite running from 7 May 1921 to 30 March 1929 (Nos. 36-447).Total Issues: 448.

They are as expected for a bound edition in pristine condition. The book surround is also in good shape.

Volume 1. Number 1. Saturday September 4th 1920
Snapshots of football favourites-photographs
For League and love by Steve Nelson
Football Faces -cartoon
The clubs and players -football gossip
Stick it Ginger by Jock McPherson
Football queries answered by Mr C.M. Leaning
How to play rugger
Poor Old Dickinson
Meg Foster-footballer -a mill girls' football club plucky fight
Should girls play football? By Alice Kell
How to play centre forward by D. McClean
How to play wing forward By Billy Meredith
How to play half back By Arthur Grimsdell
How to play full back By Billy Mc Cracken
How to play goalkeeper By Sam Hardy
Merry moments with Monty -half page cartoons
Martin Trackman-detective
Football Fun
Up against it
Keeping fit for Footer by William Struth
Back page is a musical football song - the Football K'nut


Volume 1. Number 2. Saturday September 11th 1920

All the same features as above

Volume 1. Number 3. Saturday September 18th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
What's wrong with football?

Volume 1. Number 4. Saturday September 25th 1920

All the same features as above plus:
The romance of Aston Villa by Charles Wallace

Volume 1. Number 5. Saturday October 2nd 1920

All the same features as above plus:
From village team to pro!
Fixtures
Large photos of the French International ladies team and George Robey

Volume 1. Number 6. Saturday October 9th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Player in a brine bath
The rise to fame of the Celtic by M'Menemy
Soccer v. Rugger -which is the better game?

Volume 1. Number 7. Saturday October 16th 1920

All the same features as above plus:
The art of goal getting by Steve Bloomer
Third of a page photo of Luton FC 1920-21 squad with names

Volume 1. Number 8. Saturday October 23rd 1920

All the same features as above plus:
Glorious Goals by Jock Simpson
How to draw the defence by Steve Bloomer

Volume 1. Number 9. Saturday October 30th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Are your football boots all right by Steve Bloomer
Nurseries for football players by Andy Aitken
Full page cartoon of chimps playing rugger

Volume 1. Number 10. Saturday November 6 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Goodbye Britain by Mlle. Ourry (female French goalie)
The growth of Partick Thistle by W. Bullock
Full page cartoon of the over enthusiastic fan

Volume 1. Number 11. Saturday November 13th 1920

All the same features as above plus:
The offside bogey
Three player caricatures by Will Hope
The wonderful story of the Hibernians by Matt Paterson
Half page photograph of Swindon town FC 1920-21

Volume 1. Number 12. Saturday November 20th 1920

All the same features as above plus:
The inside forward game by Steve Bloomer
The history of Third Lanark by James Brownlie
Third page photograph of Notts County FC 1920-21

Volume 1. Number 13. Saturday November 27th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Behind the scenes at White Hart lane (photo of Mr J. Over and son -groundsman)

Volume 1. Number 14. Saturday December 4th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge
History of Hamilton Academicals by Alex G. Raisbecke

Volume 1. Number 15. Saturday December 11th 1920

All the same features as above plus:
Behind the scenes at the Arsenal photo of Mr Knighton and Jack Rutherford
Seven ages of man -(cartoon)
Hints for centre forwards by Jimmy Quinn
Third page photograph of Brighton and Hove FC 1920-21

Volume 1. Number 16. Saturday December 18th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Great front cover of Voisey, Lansdale and Fort (Millwall) holding the Football Favourite paper
Behind the scenes at Millwall
Steve Bloomer on being a match winner
The Press man at the match-how great football matches are reported

Volume 1. Number 17. Saturday December 25th 1920
All the same features as above plus:
Behind the scenes at Clapton Orient
Cartoon of a players dream of the Boxing day match













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