- 16 x 12 inches photograph, signed by Ian Wright. In black frame and cream mount, preframed and ready for dispatch.
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Publisher: Exclusive Memorabilia
Details: This superb photo was signed by Crystal Palace legend Ian Wright in a private signing for Exclusive Memorabilia on May 29, 2016 in Bognor Regis. It shows Wright scoring in the amazing match when Palace came close to pulling off one of the biggest shocks in FA Cup history. Wright, who had only just recovered from a broken leg that had kept him out of the semi-final, started on the subs' bench. Trailing 2-1, Wright came on first to equalise and then put Palace 3-2 up in extra time. But with victory only minutes away, Manchester United equalised. Sadly for Palace, they lost the replay, but it remains one of the greatest FA Cup finals of all time, ignited by the heroic performance of Wright.