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"I Had A Wheelbarrow" Notts County Pride of Nottingham print

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It's been nearly 30 years since the iconic "I Had a Wheelbarrow" chant was first sung at Shrewsbury Town’s Gay Meadow on April 17th 1990.

The Shrews fans began to sing a chant to the tune of "On Top Of Old Smokey", however Notts supporters behind the goal interrupted the Shropshire accent into "I Had A Wheelbarrow, The Wheel Fell Off". Minutes later, Notts scored twice through Tommy Johnson and Kevin Bartlett.

Notts remained unbeaten until the end of the season and reached Wembley. The Wheelbarrow Song was sung under the Twin Towers as Notts beat Tranmere and stuck with the fan base all the way until today.

Show your support for the Magpies with this exclusive yellow-and-black print of the chant title, as well as the date when Notts were born.

A wonderful, unique piece of football memorabilia, this print makes an ideal gift for friends and family.

Product size:

A3 print (420 x 297mm)
A4 print (210 x 297mm)

All artwork is printed with high quality Epson inks on 300gsm acid free premium paper stock and shipped in protective packaging.

Please note: Frame not included.

Shipping information is displayed below, featuring prices, options, estimated delivery dates and shipping size.

Shipping Size

  • Size
    33 cm × 5 cm × 5 cm
  • Weight
    0.99 kg

  • Please note price varies in size.

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