An iconic football moment is captured in this classic book cover poster.
This edition illustrates the most famous Scottish goal... ever! Scored by Archie Gemmill against eventual finalists Holland at the 1978 World Cup! Scotland beat the Dutch 3-2 on a famous night for the Tartan Army. Gemmill took the ball on the right and weaved his way past a sea of Dutch players before curling in the ball home. The goal even featured in the 90's indie hit movie of Irvine Welsh's book Trainspotting directed by Danny Boyle!
The title of the book “Scotland in Dreamland” is taken from the BBC commentary by David Coleman.
Each poster will be posted in a sturdy postal tube to ensure safe delivery to your home.
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I wanted to create some inspiring art for sport fans to hang on their walls. The idea was to design something that the fan would instantly recognise but also be appealing to a non-fan. The classic book cover posters offer an elegant addition to any sport loving household.
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