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With such an array of talent and nationalities represented in the F.A. Premier League, it comes as no surprise to learn that the Barclaycard Premiership is leading the way in terms of global appeal too. From established European stars like Liverpool and England striker Michael Owen and Thierry Henry of France and Arsenal, to the many internationals from even further afield like Fulham's Japanese midfielder Junichi Inamoto, Nigeria and Bolton star Jay-Jay Okocha or Chelsea's Argentine hotshot Hernan Crespo, there can be little doubt that the F.A. Premier League is a truly international league.

The new season also sees the arrival of two more clubs making their debuts in the Barclaycard Premiership - Portsmouth and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Along with newly-promoted Leicester City. I'd like to extend a warm welcome and wish them well for the season ahead.

With the biggest names from all 20 clubs included, Merlin's F.A. Premier League 2004 official sticker collection is the ultimate guide for fans and collectors, old and new. No matter which club you support you'll find everything you need to know along with state-of-the-art design thoughout - from in-depth player and club statistics to 480 fantastic facsimilies of genuine player signatures."

- Foreword, Richard Scudamore

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Merlin's Premier League 2004 Sticker Collection

  • Season: 2003/2004Merlin Premier League 2004 Album Cover
  • League: Premier League
  • Publisher: Merlin
  • Pages: 127
  • Stickers: 578
  • Shinys: Club Badges, Club Kits & Club Key Player, Premier League Badge, Premier League Trophy
  • Signature Edition: Yes
  • Star Ratings: No
  • 3D: No
  • Album Available: No
  • Hardcover Binder: Yes
  • Sticker Dimensions: 54mm x 68mm

Merlin Premier League 2004 Sticker PacketFollowing the traditional foreword from Premier League Chief Exec, Richard Scudamore, the album begins, as usual with Arsenal. In this edition each team is assigned six pages, four full pages of player football stickers and a double spread of the club summary. The first page for each team consists of the club badge shiny, manager photograph with accompanying text. A premier league performance record from last year's season provides stats on the leading goal scorers, with a clock-style diagram showing the time distribution of the goals scored

Premier League 2004 No.169The facing page shows the club's major honours, a key player sticker and a star player sticker. The key player shiny gets a brief paragraph about them as, as does the star striker. The star striker also gets a breakdown of the type of goals scored and the total.

The next two double spread shows the player stickers with all the usual stats and information. The centre of the album contains 'The Kits' two kits per sticker, distributed over the two central pages.

Merlin's FA Premier League 04 Official Sticker Collection contains several other special features include the 'Premiership Top Tens' section. The stickers in this part include topscorers, minutes on the pitch, assists, fastest goals, shots on target and most clean sheets.

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Did you know...?

  • Merlin's F.A. Premier League 04 album shows another rebranded front cover, after the styling for the previous two years was dropped in favour of a new design.

  • The new cover layout introduced in 04 would go on to be used in 05 and 06, before being changed again in 2007.


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