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"The 1973–74 season was the 94th season of competitive football in England. Don Revie marked his last season as Leeds United's manager by guiding them to league championship glory, before taking over from Sir Alf Ramsey as the England national team manager, with England having failed to qualify for the 1974 World Cup. Revie's Leeds side beat Liverpool to the title by five points to win it for the second time in their history. Newly promoted Burnley adopted to life back in the top flight well, finishing in sixth place.

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Manchester United were relegated from the First Division just six years after winning the European Cup at the end of a traumatic season which had seen goalkeeper Alex Stepney as joint top scorer with two goals at Christmas.[citation needed] Their 36-year stay at the top was ended with a 1–0 home defeat against Manchester City in the last game of the season – former United striker Denis Law scored City's winning goal. Despite this the board kept faith in manager Tommy Docherty as the man to regain the club's top flight place.

Joining United in the Second Division were Norwich City and Southampton. This was the first season in which the League introduced three relegation places from the top division."

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FKS Wonderful World Of Soccer Stars 1973-1974

  • Season: 1973-1974FKS Soccer Stars 1974 Album Cover
  • League: English First Division, FA Cup Winners
  • Publisher: FKS
  • Pages: 26
  • Stickers: 304
  • Shinys: None
  • Signature Edition: No
  • Star Ratings: No
  • 3D: No
  • Album Available: No
  • Hardcover Binder: No

FKS Soccer Stars 1974 Sticker Packet

The FKS Wonderful World of Soccer Stars Picture Stamp Album 1973-1974 follows the same underlying design as the other FKS Soccer Stars albums we've seen. With each club in the English First Division being assigned a single page, showing their squad football stickers. There are, however, a number of differences in this edition.

Instead of 15 stickers per page we only see 13 this time. In addition, the stickers have changed now to a new landscape format, meaning that the stickers themselves now show a large action shot (for most) on the left of the sticker, then two smaller square images on the right. The top one is a portrait photograph and below is flag of the player's club colours.

FKS Soccer Stars 1974 No.159

The FKS Soccer Stars 1974 album also shows 14 football stickers of last year's FA Cup winners, Sunderland. They're allocated two pages over which there are 7 stickers each, along with plenty of text on each of the players displayed there.

The final page in the picture stamp album is a tribute to the Charlton brothers, both of whom retired in 1973 from League Football. There are two football stickers of each brother here. 

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  • FKS switched to a new landscape sticker format for the 1974 Soccer Stars picture stamp album.
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