An iconic football moment is captured in this classic book cover poster.
This version depicts the amazing volleyed winner for Hull City versus Bristol City in the Championship Play-Off at Wembley in 2008. The goal was scored by hometown hero Dean Windass in the 38th minute and secured Hull City's first top flight promotion in the clubs history.
The title of the book “Quite simply, destined to be!” is taken from the live commentary by Sky Sports.
This print is A3 (420 x 297mm) in size.
Each poster will be posted in a sturdy postal tube to ensure safe delivery to your home.
All the artwork sold on headfuzz by grimboid shop is 100% Unofficial. The designs are made by a fan for other fans all over the world. Headfuzz by grimboid shop is not associated with any sporting organisation, film studio, TV network, music label or book publisher. If any copyright has been breached it is purely accidental and any listing which does so will be removed from the site immediately.
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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