Derby County Vintage Brian Clough League Champions Retro Coin Fan Gift Set 1972

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller historicgiftsets (12,357) 100%, Location: Leices, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 173869265578 Derby County (The Rams) League Champions Coin Set 1972 The Rams / Baseball Ground / Pride Park From the 'Sporting Events' range: visit our ebay store to view the full range (multiple buy to compound carriage) at: The display contains the 1972 crown! This was the only coin issued for general circulation dated 1972. The crown is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and the item is housed in a display protection case, which can be removed for framing if so desired. This would make a great Christmas or Birthday present for a Derby County fan. UK Payment: Paypal (preferred) or Postal Orders Overseas Payment: By Paypal only The Clough years In 1967, the now legendary, Brian Clough took over Derby County (in partnership with assistant manager Peter Taylor) and led them to their greatest glories. When Clough took over at the helm, the Rams were treading water in the Second Division and the club's only honour, the 1946 FA Cup win, was becoming a distant memory. There was little expectation that the young manager was going to lead his team to the club's first League Championship. With Clough having clinched the influential signing of Dave MacKay, Derby were promoted to the First Division in 1969 and won their first ever Football League Championship in 1972. On 8th May 1972, Clough was on holiday in Spain with his Derby side as they were crowned champions with their season having already ended. Back home Leeds United and Liverpool failed to get the results necessary in their last games and this was enough for the Rams to clinch the title. The Year That Was 1972... • On 30 January, in Derry, Northern Ireland, British troops fire on a Republican protest march, resulting in the deaths of 14 people. After this Bloody Sunday massacre, recruitment to the Irish Republican Army (IRA) increases • From 21 to 27 February, US president Richard Nixon visits China, easing some Cold War tensions • On 30 March, Britain takes on direct rule over Northern Ireland • On 4 August, President Idi Amin of Uganda orders the country's Asian community to leave within 90 days • On 5 September, during the summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, 11 Israeli athletes are massacred by Black September Palestinian terrorists, five of whom are gunned down by West German police • On 7 November, US president Nixon is re-elected by a landslide against left- wing Democrat George McGovern • Pocket calculators are first introduced • Richard Leakey discovers a hominid skull in Kenya that is 2.5 million years old, proving that the ancestors of modern human beings go back much further in time than previously suspected • The Apollo 17 space mission of 7-19 December is the last to the moon • American film-maker Francis Ford Coppolla makes The Godfather, an evocative story of Mafia gangsters in the United States • Pop star David Bowie releases the Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars LP • Sporting 1972... • Football League Champions were Brian Clough’s Derby County, leaving Leeds United in the runners up spot • Leeds went one better in the FA Cup by defeating Arsenal 1-0 in the final, Allan Clarke scoring the winner • The Grand National winning horse was ‘Well To Do’ • The Cheltenham Gold Cup winning horse was ‘Glencaraig Lady’ • The Epsom Derby winning horse was ‘Roberto’ • Golf's British Open was won by Lee Trevino • Cambridge won the Boat Race by nine ½ lengths over Oxford • Snooker’s World Championship Final ended Alex Higgins (Northern Ireland) 37-32 John Spencer (England) • F1 Champion was Emerson Fittipaldi driving for Lotus • The Wimbledon tennis singles tournament saw victories for Stan Smith of USA (mens) and Billie Jean King of USA (ladies) • American Sport - Super Bowl VI from the Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana: Dallas Cowboys 24-3 Miami Dolphins – NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 New York Knickerbockers – Major League Baseball World Series: Oakland 4-3 Cincinnati (MVP Gene Tenace) • Condition: The display and case are in New/Mint condition and the coin is in UNC (Uncirculated) condition., Surname Initial: C, Interest: Derby County Memorabilia Collectable, Club(s) Selector: Clubs C-E, Season: 1970-1979, Type: Medals/ Coins, Clubs: Derby County, Condition: New

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