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Relive Walker's Glory

Incredible! This frame lets you literally relive the astonishing, long range drive volley by Kyle Walker that gave Tottenham a 2-1 victory in a thrilling North London derby in October 2011. This Next Generation picture frame has a built-in battery powered LCD TV.

This frame even contains an official PUMA Tottenham Hotspur team jersey like the one Kyle Walker wore.

Battery powered built-in high resolution 7" LCD TV. Comes with short range remote control and wall charging system. 21 day standby, 8 hour continuous use before charging is required. Soft wood frame. 16" x 15.5"

This technology centered next generation product uniquely creates an intense connection to those memorable Tottenham Hotspur moments.

This is an official product of the Premier League Archive.


¡Increíble! Este marco te permite revivir el golazo de larga distancia de Kyle Walker con el cual el Tottenham Hotsupr se adjudicó el derby del norte de Londres por marcador de 2-1 en octubre de 2011. El marco ha sido adornado con la misma camiseta oficial

Gerd Muller, who played for Bayern Munich from 1965-79, is the all-time leading scorer in the German Bundesliga with 365 goals in 427 games. The team sponsored by Bethlehem Steel won four out of the first six US Open Cup tournaments- 1915, '16, '18 and '19. Liverpool came back from a 3-0 halftime deficit to beat AC Milan in penalties in the 2005 Champions League final. The Netherlands' Ernie Brandt is the only man to score a goal for both teams in a World Cup game, accomplishing the feat in 1978. Substitutions were allowed for the first time in the 1970 World Cup.