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  1. A first day cover is a specially designed envelope, bearing newly issued postage stamps which were postmarked on the first day that those stamps were placed on sale by the Post Office. The football covers are always associated with a special match rather than a new issue of stamps although many football covers have a number of different stamps on them as a full issue of stamps was usually used. Football covers also include a insert card giving details of the reason for the cover. Here is a list of the covers featuring Oldham Athletic (as I know of) - also as a completist I have tried to collect each cover with a different value stamp for each issue. 1974 Division 3 Champions - Oldham 1 Manchester United 0 - 3 1/2p, 4p, 4 1/2p + 1 1/2p charity stamp, 4 1/2p, 8p - 250 issued 1976/77 FA Cup Northwich Vics 1 Oldham 3 - 6 1/2p 1982 Burnley FC Centenary year - Burnley 1 Oldham 2 - 15 1/2p - 250 issued 1990 Littlewoods Cup SF - covers both legs v West Ham 6-0 & 0-3. - different scroers autographed and name printed on envelope - 19p owl stamp, 19p standard stamp - 201 issued 1990 FA Cup SF - Oldham 3 Man U 3 - 19p train,plane stamp, 19p ironbridge 1990 FA Cup SF Replay - Oldham 1 Man U 2 - 20p 1990 Littlewoods Cup Final - Oldham 0 NF 1 - 15p - Oldham postmarked 1990 Littlewoods Cup Final - Oldham 0 NF 1 - 20p - Wembley postmarked 1991 Return to Div 1 - Liverpool 2 Oldham 1 - 1st class (boot), 1st (eggs), 1st (bird), butterfly, 1st (mallard), 1st (rainbow) 1991 First home game in div 1 for 68 years - Oldham 3 Chelsea 0 - 10p owl, 22p dinosaur - 247 issued 1993 First Swindon game at home in premiership - Swindon 0 Oldham 1 - 24p gosling 1994 FA Cup SF - Oldham 1 Man Utd 1 - 1st rupert, 1st teacher, 1st tree, 1st dan dare
  2. Here is the list of programmes from this season I have. Would be interested in acquiring any others that are missing Latics 74/75 Home programmes Date Opponent Maurice Whittle (I) Div 3 Trophy © Ford Stand © 17 August 1 - Sheffield Wednesday √ 31 August 2 - Bristol City Tm √ 14 September 3 - Blackpool √ 17 September 4 - Hearts -Texaco √ 28 September 5 - Fulham √ 5 October 6 - Aston Villa √ 15 October 7 - Notts. County H Fld 19 October 8 - York City √ 22 October 9 - Southampton - Texaco √ 2 November 10 - Millwall √ 16 November 11 - Norwich City √ √ 3 December 12 - Bolton Wanderers - ppd √ 7 December 13 - Bristol Rovers √ √ 21 December 14 - Sunderland √ √ 28 December 15 - Manchester United √ √ 4 January 16 - Aston Villa – FAC3 √ √ 18 January 17 - West Bromwich Albion √ 1 February 18 - Nottingham Forest √ √ 4 February 19 - Bolton Wanderers √ √ √ 15 February 20 - Southampton √ √ 25 February 21 - Internacional √ √ 8 March 22 - Portsmouth √ √ √ 22 March 23 - Oxford United √ √ √ 28 March 24 - Hull City √ √ √ 5 April 25 - Cardiff City √ √ 19 April 26 - Orient √ V cr . And here is th 88/89 list Latics 88/89 Home programmes Date Opponent Tommy Wright Frank Bunn Palmer Ritchie Wright 27 August Barnsley √ 10 September Birmingham City √ 20 September Oxford United √ 24 September Hull City √ 08 October Stoke City √ 11 October Darlington √ 15 October Chelsea √ 25 October Bournemouth √ 05 November Walsall √ 19 November Leeds United √ 29 November Everton √ 03 December Leicester City √ 26 December West Bromwich Albion √ 30 December Crystal Palace √ √ √ 14 January Manchester City √ 04 February Watford √ √ 18 February Brighton & Hove Albion √ √ 03 March Shrewsbury Town √ 14 March Portsmouth √ 24 March Blackburn Rovers √ 01 April Bradford City √ 04 April Ipswich Town √ 15 April Sunderland √ 29 April Plymouth Argyle √ 13 May Swindon Town √
  3. The three versions are 1 in letter I prominent is Maurice Whittle 2 in letter C player with trophy 3 in letter C Ford Stand in background Would be interested if collectors could send me a list of what they have so I can add them to my record of existing. Also the Bolton Wanderers postponed game on 3 DEcember - there is a programme for that game Lastly the 88/89 season programmes have some games with upto three covers althouh the Oxford game that season is eartly doors and Ive only seen one with Tommy Wright on cover. Richard -- do you collect teamsheets and can you advise best place to get hold of some on Saturday?
  4. That is amost correct. There where three base covers printed at the start of the season and the match details printed on top for each game. At the start of the season a different base was used for each game but around November different covers started to be used for the same game. After the Manchester United game at Christmas all three covers where used for each game. The white ones (albino) are printer errors..
  5. Oldham Athletic Ladies can take a massive step to the league title this Sunday when they play Manchester Girls in the Second Division of the Greater Manchester Women’s Football League. With just three games of the season remaining they play leaders placed Manchester Girls at home. Oldham Athletic Ladies had a poor start to the season picking up just one point from their first three games but since the turn of October they have put together a 10 win 1 draw unbeaten run scoring 64 goals in the process. Manchester Girls lead the league with 34 points from 14 games and a +70 Goal Difference but have only two games left. Oldham Athletic Ladies have 32 points from 13 games and a +37 goal difference. Oldham Athletic Ladies just have to avoid defeat on Sunday to close in on the title. Why not come along and support the Ladies team. The game this Sunday is at Oldham Academy North on Broadway OL2 5BF. Kick off is 2pm and it is free to get in. 1 Manchester Girls 14 11 1 2 70 34 2 Oldham Athletic Ladies 13 10 2 1 37 32 3 Cadishead Rhinos 11 7 2 2 20 23 4 Moorside Rangers 10 7 1 2 9 22 5 Milnrow Wildcats Fc 11 5 1 5 2 16 6 Manchester Rovers FC 11 3 0 8 -30 9 7 Heyside Angels FC 10 2 1 7 -9 7 8 Irlam Vale 10 1 0 9 -33 3 9 Flixton Ladies 12 1 0 11 -66 3 Oldham Athletic Ladies website: www.oldhamathleticladies.com Contact email OAFCLadies@gmail.com
  6. Oldham Athletic Ladies play Reddish North End Ladies on Sunday in the Final of the Newbury Auto’s League Cup. This will be played on Sunday 11th May 2014, kick-off 10:30am. The Venue Details: Salford City Football Club Moor Lane Salford M7-3PZ A programme will be on sale and refreshments (incl bar) will be available. The Greater Manchester Women’s Football League have submitted an Admittance Charge to come and support the teams, these are as follow: Adults: £3:00 and Concessions/Children: £1:00 Athletic and Reddish have battled all season for the league title, Reddish just winning out, so it is fitting that the best two teams in the division should vie for the League Cup. Athletic beat Manchester Rovers 4-1 in the Semi -Final. Your support would be gratefully appreciated by all - Keep The Faith
  7. It came to my attention last night that twitter troll Chaddy End Fred is widley believed me Gary Davies (@LaticsGary) I dont know where this has come from and I would love to know who has pointed the finger at me. I was totally unaware of even the twitter handle till 4 weeks ago. I AM NOT CHADDY END FRED. I cannot comment on what he has been saying as I dont follow him and his posts are blocked but from the searches I have done this morning a lot of people are very upset. If anyone has been abused or offended get in touch with the authoroties. I will do anything I can to show that I am not this person.
  8. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/290845429904?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  9. I dont visit OWTB anymore and I only intend this to be a fleeting visit: I have decided to sell my entire collection apart from the programmes/tickets & teamsheets. So everything is for sale. Initially matchworn shirts - the roger palmer is already on ebay (museumdelatique) and everthing else is to follow. If interested in the entire collection I can be contacted at laticsgary@me.com
  10. This afternoon (Monday) the first team are away at Sheffield Wednesday , KO 12.45 Tuesday evening at 19.00 the reserves play at Preston North End. The game will be played at Chorley FC’s Victory Park. Sat Nav PR7 3DU. Directions: From M61, junction 8 (Mormon Temple) Leave motorway and follow signs toward Chorley town centre along A6.At the two round-a-bouts by B&Q, head across the first then the right exit at the immediate next.Go straight across the next 6 (six) round-a-bouts until you pass between Morrison's and the Ford garage. You will then arrive at the final round-a-bout in front of the old Plaza cinema. Take the third exit, then immediate first left into Duke Street. Then take the second left into Ashby Street .Ground is on the right. Saturday sees both Youth and 1st teams away from home. At 11am the youth team play their final away game of the season with a re-arranged game at Tranmere Rovers. The venue is Rovers training ground ar Raby Vale. Sat Nav CH63 4JE. Directions: Exit M53 at Jn 4. Take exit Clatterbridge Road (B5151), Over first roundabout and Raby Vale is on left. In the afternoon the first team are at Wycombe Wanderers (15.00 KO) On Sunday the Ladies are at Ashton United. The venue is Hurst Cross (OL6 8DY) and KO is 14.00
  11. Ryan Burns has changed from a winger to central midfield this season and struggled early on but has looked good and solid since christmas. Kyle Riley had a injury that really hampered development after the youth cup game at Norwich in December. Has really struggled to make any impact after coming back. Glen Belezika very raw and nervous on the ball. Makes lots of mistakes but last few games since he returned from lengthly layoff has looked a lot better. Danny Bell dont know if injured but not seen him around for a few weeks. Jack Laird diminutive forward with a very short temper. Not as bad a Andrew Crompton last season though. Excellent striker of a dead ball. Thought he would kick on after he bacame a dad in December but just hasnt happened for him. Sam Fitzgerald solid midfielder who does his job quietly. Dale Connor looked good last season but injuries and lack of reserve games this time have hampered. Some excellent keepers behind him. Alex Parkes appeared to put a lot of weight on closed season but a lot of that had turned to muscle. Guess that happens with kids. A lot of the time had two mens work to do havng to cover for Glen and he struggled until Glen was injured. For that period he was outstanding at the back. Composed on the ball and distributed well. Again not Glen is back looks nervous. A brief look at the 8 scholars. I think we gave 5 pro's last season. This year Ryan Burns and Alex Parkes would be my bet.
  12. I believe that tomorrow is the day when the second year scholars are either offered a pro-contract or told they are going to be released. Tony Philiskirk has done a fine job again bringing on a group schoolboys, learning them the ropes and watching them change along the way. I've watched 95% of their games these last two years and I have enjoyed every minute of it. Kyle Riley, Ryan Burns, Glen Belezika, Sam Fitzgerald, Danny Bell, Dale Connor, Alex Parkes and Jack Laird whatever the future holds, Thank you and good luck.
  13. Not saying we should do this but I noticed in last nights programme that Brentford full and half season ticket holders can get a free programme, drink and cadbury egg on Saturday at the game with Bury. Will have some cost but not a great deal and gets programmes into peoples hand that have stopped buying them.
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