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Frank Lampard Signed Photo Framed

SKU: 1746

Football Autograph Frank Lampard West Ham United Signed 12x8 inch Photograph
The Frame is a walnut frame and measures 14x10

What a collecters item fantastic price 1 only

This has been purchased from a Chaucer auction site and every single one of Chaucers autographs is a genuine hand-signed piece and will come with a unique certificate of authenticity. Each one is hand signed and guaranteed authentic

On the back
Frank Richard George Lampard
Born 20 September 1948) is an English retired professional footballer who played as a left-back. He played most of his career for West Ham United with a brief spell with Southend United. He was capped twice for England
Frank Lampard was born in East Ham, Essex to Frank Richard Lampard (1920–1953) and Hilda D. Stiles (born 1928). He has a sister Gwendoline, who is a year younger than him. He was only five years old when his father died in 1953, aged 33.
Lampard started for the youth team of West Ham United in 1964. He debuted for West Ham United in November 1967 in a 3-2 home defeat by Manchester City, and quickly established himself in his preferred left-back position. Lampard was awarded a testimonial game by West Ham on 2 November 1976; a West Ham XI playing Fulham at the Boleyn Ground resulting in a 3-1 for West Ham. At club level, he won two FA Cups with West Ham, in 1975 and 1980, and the old second division title in 1981. By the time he left the club on a free transfer at the end of the 1984–85 season, Lampard had played 660 games, scored 22 goals and become one of the most celebrated players ever to pull on the claret and blue jersey. He wore the number 3 on his jersey. He moved to Southend United for the 1985–1986 seasons, then managed by another ex-West Ham star Bobby Moore, and made 38 appearances for the Essex club before deciding to retire. At international level, Lampard won four England Under-23 caps, and debuted for the England senior national team against Yugoslavia in October 1972, the first of two full caps he gained. From 1994 to 2001 he returned to West Ham to serve as assistant manager under Harry Redknapp, his brother-in-law. On 24 November 2008, Lampard was appointed as a football consultant to new Watford manager Brendan Rodgers. Then followed Rodgers to Reading in June 2009 to take up a similar role at the Madejski Stadium in June 2009. Lampard left Reading when Rodgers departed by mutual consent on 17 December 2009. Lampard was married to Patricia Harris before her death on 24 April 2008 following complications from pneumonia. They had three children named Natalie, Claire and Frank Jr who was also a professional footballer. Patricia's twin sister is Sandra Redknapp, wife of former Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp. He is also the uncle to former England, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton player Jamie Redknapp.

Years Team Apps (Gls)
1967–1985 West Ham United
551 (18)
1985–1986 Southend United
33 (1)
National team
1971–1972 England U23
4 (0)
1972–1980 England
2 (0)

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