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Old 12-21-2018, 05:50 PM
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Unfortunately, I do not believe this is a card of Poyetea in the 1938 Konig set.
It appears to be Carlos Pereira (FC Porto).

The search continues.... https://bibo-porto-carago.blogspot.c...ta-do.html?m=1
For what it's worth this is the back of the card, my broken German & google translate have the back as "In addition to Santos in Peirotea Portugal has a powerful and spirited centre forward. The scene from the 1:1 game on 24.4.38 shows a duel with Goldbrunner."

Looking at the picture you might be right, it might be an error and they have used a picture of Pereira (who according to the lineups also played). However it is a bit tricky as they both have the bushy eyebrows and in his younger pictures (he would have been 20 ish at the time) Peyrotea doesn't have his hair slicked back and looks very similar to Pereira eg some of the ones further down on this page and in the embedded videos https://www.forumscp.com/wiki/index....nando_Peyroteo
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Old 12-21-2018, 11:09 PM
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Both Santo and Perrier are midfielders (mittelstrumer). Poyetea was a stocky heavy set striker. It iss definitely not him on the card.

This is Pereria

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Old 12-24-2018, 10:41 AM
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Mittelsturmer is the German term for centre-forward not midfielder. I've found some more pictures from the game in question here https://impromptuinc.wordpress.com/2...tugal-1-1-0-1/. I've attached a close up of the third picture which appears to show a young Peyrotea, remember he was only 20 at the time and hadn't bulked out yet. To me that looks like the same player on the card, more so than all the pictures of Peirera I can find. I am starting to lean back towards it actually being Peyrotea on the card front.

Talking of picture mix-ups I also happened to pick up a "Monelli" Baggio rookie. I know he appears on an earlier Vicenza squad sticker but I'm never too sure what to make of those. I think Bergkamp & Henry are the same but it feels a bit like cheating to claim them as rookies.
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Old 01-12-2019, 11:31 AM
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I would like nothing more than this card to actually be the rookie card of this Portuguese player. (I own two of these cards)

And if the misspelled names of the Scottish players in the set are any indication, it can rightly be just that.

But I'd really rather be certain .... Let's keep looking.
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Old 01-18-2019, 04:42 AM
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Hello all, 2 Robert Sinclair Footballers I recently picked up, all I know about them is that they are from 1899.
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Old 01-18-2019, 10:17 AM
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Hi

Not a card or paper item but thought some soccer fans might like to see my most recent purchase.

It is an Irish Cup Winnerís Medal from 1882.

The Irish Football Association was founded in 1880. It is the fourth oldest national football association in the world. Its national cup competition was first played in 1881.

The significance of this medal relates to its age - it was awarded to one of the Queens Island players who won the Cup in 1882, defeating Cliftonville in the final. It was only the second year of the cup's existence. I assume some medals of the 1881 final may still exist but there cannot be many older Irish Football Association medals than this one.

Queens Island were a team formed of Scottish workers in the shipyards (where Belfast manufactured the ill-fated Titanic that sunk 3 decades later) and exited football in the same decade, albeit another team of the same name had success in the 1920s.

It is 15ct gold which is a soft quality of metal, accounting for its somewhat worn appearance. It is also significant insofar as it shows an early example of IRish Football Association insignia - which, broadly, has remained constant over almost 140 years. I, for one, love the Celtic Cross design.


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Old 01-20-2019, 10:47 AM
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Hello all, 2 Robert Sinclair Footballers I recently picked up, all I know about them is that they are from 1899.


These are spectacular.

Matt Kingsley - GK with one England cap (1901)

Willie Wardrobe - Scottish born forward.

Great pick ups.
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:55 AM
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Hi

Not a card or paper item but thought some soccer fans might like to see my most recent purchase.

It is an Irish Cup Winnerís Medal from 1882.

The Irish Football Association was founded in 1880. It is the fourth oldest national football association in the world. Its national cup competition was first played in 1881.

The significance of this medal relates to its age - it was awarded to one of the Queens Island players who won the Cup in 1882, defeating Cliftonville in the final. It was only the second year of the cup's existence. I assume some medals of the 1881 final may still exist but there cannot be many older Irish Football Association medals than this one.

Queens Island were a team formed of Scottish workers in the shipyards (where Belfast manufactured the ill-fated Titanic that sunk 3 decades later) and exited football in the same decade, albeit another team of the same name had success in the 1920s.

It is 15ct gold which is a soft quality of metal, accounting for its somewhat worn appearance. It is also significant insofar as it shows an early example of IRish Football Association insignia - which, broadly, has remained constant over almost 140 years. I, for one, love the Celtic Cross design.


11-D6-AEA8-F838-46-D5-9-CAB-1501-FD618300



A9353-BC5-CC0-A-40-F4-9-D69-AE04-DD2-E5704

This is truly a museum piece. This gives insight that may be missing from any archive or need account. Thanks for sharing.
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I posted this in the postcard thread on the main board, but thought I might get a little more feedback posting it here. I believe it to be from 1906 or 1907, based on dates that some of these players were on Sunderland. I found many of the players, but some I can't find anywhere. The players I could find are Tommy Tait, Billy Hogg, Angus McIntosh, Jimmy Gemmell, James Watson, English McConnell, and Arthur Bridgett. Anyone know anything about the others?
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Old 02-12-2019, 04:28 PM
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Hi

Three of these players were Scottish born - Matthew Hall, Joe McGhie, and goalkeeper, Bob Ward.

The remainder were Thomas Dawkins and Ernie Rhodes. Rhodes only played a part of the 1907 season which should narrow the date of the photo.

A very nice find, by the way!
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