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A famous black and red Manchester City shirt worn by a goalscorer in the 1970 Football League cup final is set to sell for more than 3,000 at auction.
Doyle, now 64, made 448 league appearances for City in the 1960s and 1970s Nike Air Force 1 Mid 07 Grey/Blue
and played for England five times.
The long sleeved Umbro number four shirt, which was worn by Mike Doyle, was owned by the late Joe Mercer, who managed the team for their Wembley cup final victory.
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The Doyle shirt is the most valuable item in the Mercer collection. Manchester City were trailing 1 0 against West Bromwich Albion in the Football League Cup final on March 7, 1970, before Doyle scored the equaliser to send the game into extra time, when Glyn Pardoe scored the Nike Force Trainers
Mercer,who created and managed City between 1965 and 1971, died on his 76th birthday on August 9, 1990.
Now the shirt and other football mementoes owned by Mercer's family have been put up for sale and the whole collection is expected to fetch around 11,000 at Bonhams in Chester later today.
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It is a spare shirt from the FA Cup final at Wembley, on April 26, 1969, when City beat Leicester City 1 0 with a goal from the late Neil Young. The shirt features a City badge and the words 'Wembley 1969.'
Manchester City 1970 League Cup final shirt on target to reach its
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Other items in the collection include tickets, pin badges, programmes, a signed copy of Dixie Dean's biography, FA Cup ribbons limited edition coins.
Another red and black striped Manchester City shirt, also owned Air Force Black Suede by Mercer, is expected to fetch between 600 and 1,000 at the auction.
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