Once again we’ve scoured through the vastÂ programme collection of MILES McCLAGAN to bring you some gems from testimonials gone by. Nevermind your Mark Noble’s…
This game may have taken place in 1989, but Mel Pejic and family look like they supplied a photo taken during the Second World War for his testimonial at Edgar Street
Twenty-five pence? Somebody has definitely overvalued the production efforts for Joe Butler’s big night.
I’m assured this isn’t Jimmy Savile…
A testimonial for a referee, albeit a World Cup final referee, must be pretty rare. Don’t get your hopes up, Mr. Clattenburg.
‘It’s a funny old game’…not half as funny as seeing you poured into that Villa shirt, Greavesie.
Pat Jennings’ hairdo deserves its own testimonial. 50 years and still going strong…
Swansea City stalwart Harry Griffiths was awarded his testimonial posthumously – he died three months before EvertonÂ visited the Vetch.
Thanks toÂ that carefully placed silver trophy, we’ll never know if Bryan Hamilton’s short shorts were able to keep any of his modesty from spilling out the sides.
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