Trevor Francis had many special moments in his glittering career, but possibly none more special than the 20th February 1971...
Francis stepped on to the St. Andrews pitch as a 16 year old making his way in the game, and came off it, not only a record breaker but also a history maker.
Trevor scored four goals against Bolton that day, and became the youngest ever player to score a football league hat trick. A record that 50 years on still stands. A truly remarkable achievement.
We have worked with Trevor in creating this superb signed frame to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the game.
It displays an enhanced image of the Blues programme that day; we then have added images of the four goals which appeared in the next Blues home game programme, utilising the wonders of modern technology we have been able to enhance the images and then have enlarged them. Trevor has then signed a larger image of him finishing off the famous "lob and nod" goal he scored in the quartet of goals!
We have then added two engraved plaques, the first showing the match details, and then a central one which details the record itself.
Each frame is signed and endorsed personally by Trevor Francis.
The high quality wooden black frame measures approximately 97 x 60 cms. The frame comes with strings and hooks on the back so its ready to hand proudly on your wall.
Each frame comes with a COA from CSM UK and Free UK Delivery.
We have also produced our own Interview between Trevor and Tom Ross to remember the day itself. We would like to thank Trevor and Tom, as well as Birmingham City FC for making this happen.