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"Howard Kendall’s Everton side beat neighbours Liverpool to the league championship, while Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United followed closely behind.

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The blue half of Merseyside also collected the Cup Winners' Cup. Stoke City finished bottom of the First Division with just three league wins all season and just 17 points — a record low under the 3 points for a win system in any division, which would stand for twenty-one years. Norwich City and Sunderland — the two League Cup finalists — occupied the two other relegation places.

Liverpool manager Joe Fagan retired after the season and striker Kenny Dalglish was appointed player-manager."

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Panini Football 85 Sticker Album

  • Season: 1984/1985Panini Football 85 Album Cover
  • League: Division One, Division Two, Scottish Premier Division
  • Publisher: Panini
  • Pages: 64
  • Stickers: 535
  • Shinys: Club Badges, World Cup, European Championship Trophy
  • Signature Edition: No
  • Star Ratings: No
  • 3D: No
  • Album Available: No
  • Hardcover Binder: No
  • Sticker Dimensions: 49mm x 74mm

Panini Football 85 Sticker PacketOn the inside cover of the Panini Football 85 Sticker Album is the honours list for the 1983-84 season, including European and Scottish results. The first page shows the contents list and football stickers for winners of the PFA and SPFA Player and Young player of the Year. The Manager of the year 1983 was Joe Fagan of Liverpool FC. Over the page, Arsenal start the club pages.

The football stickers in the Football 85 album are arranged in an orderly pair of rows across a double-spread for each Division One club. A black and white panoramic photo of the team's ground stretches across the top of the pages, with the team photo sticker top right and a shiny club badge on the left. Each player's football sticker has a brief bio below.

Between Sheffield Wednesday and Southampton FC sits the "International Superstars" feature. This shows shiny stickers for the World Cup and the European Championship Trophy, with 16 player football stickers of international stars, action shots in their club colours. Another feature in the Panini Football 85 Sticker Album is the "Stars of Past" page, with a raft of stickers going back many years, of some of the best footballers, including Bobby Charlton, Dave Mackay, George Best and Stanley Matthews.

The Second Division pages follow, as ever, they each get a team photo sticker and a half-sticker shiny badge. The half-stickers re-appear in the Scottish Premier Division pages, as the 14 squad football stickers are divided into half-stickers, along with the shiny badge and team photo stickers.

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