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What Paul Heckingbottom's previous transfers say about his summer plans for Leeds United “I owned the Panini World Cup 70 album from new. I was nine years old, and just getting into football and playing at primary school. “My Dad had taken me in 1969 to see my favourite team Leeds United beat Nottingham Forest in 1969 to win the old Division One championship. “Several Leeds players were in the England squad that would try to retain the World Cup in Mexico. Jonathan Ward's Mexico '70 Panini sticker album - Uruguay and Italy (Image: Rosie Taylor) Jonathan Ward's Mexico '70 Panini sticker album - Mexico (Image: Rosie Taylor) Jonathan Ward's Mexico '70 Panini sticker album - Uruguay (Image: Rosie Taylor) Jonathan Ward's Mexico '70 Panini sticker album - Brazil (Image: Rosie Taylor) “It was a common pastime for young boys in our neighbourhood to collect and swap football cards. Collecting football cards became a passion, and I guess I spent some of my pocket money buying the packets of Panini cards.” Jonathan kept the sticker album for 48 years, moving it with him as he travelled around the world for work. At one point it was in storage for six years while he was living in Dubai. He and his wife are now planning to downsize for their retirement and he came across the sticker album while going through his old collection of scrapbooks with a pal. After looking it up on Google he realised it was a rare item so took a few photos and posted it on eBay. Paul Heckingbottom lifts the lid on Stuart Dallas's injury struggle “With the World Cup being held this year, I thought there may be some interest,” he said. “This is the only Panini album I have collected, though I have other football albums from the early seventies.
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