And sure - why not use the successful Stadium Club design on it? For the cover boys, we have (right to left), Philippe Coutinho with Liverpool, Riyad Mahrez with Leicester, Zlatan Ibrahimović with Man U and Dele Alli with Tottenham. Being a 2016 release, the design will be of little surprise. Each box has two autographs. Eight cards....
I told you there would be no surprise. It's an exact copy of the baseball release, which is a near exact copy of the 1997 Fleer release. I would say, though, the images are your standard "in the run of play" and not the unique photos one would find in a SC release. No players during warmups, or dressed like goofballs. All the images are during a match.
SPURS HOT PACK! Wanyama just put his very first goal for Spurs past the Crystal Palace keeper.
Lukaku will probably not be at Everton at the end of this season. When you score like he does, on a very average team, and at his age, he is in demand from other teams.
SPURS HOT PACK! Kane was top scorer last season in the PL with 25.
Courtois from my fav team Chelsea. He's finally found his stride after letting in far too many soft goals last season. Currently has only let 11 balls past him this entire season.
EVERTON HOT PACK!! In the Premier League, there are 20 teams in the top tier. Not sure why I am pulling heavily from just a couple.
Here we go - Keeper Speroni from Crystal Palace. CP is a team I could really get behind, if only for their Dave Clark Five AMAZING start of each and every home game.
Palace has the most loyal fans. Let's flip a card over.
Instead of a repeat of the player's image, you get a generic stadium (Wembley? Goodison Park?) and the teams badge. Just the past season stats and a total along with a short bio on the player.
To my knowledge, all the autos are stickers, which is a bit of a shame. Dawson plays for Hull City. The owner of Hull City is Assem Allam, an Eqyptian businessman, and he has tried to change the name of Hull City to Hull Tigers. Needless to say, the supporters are not happy about this. I guess when you change the name of a team that's been around for 112 years, people don't like it. Luckily, the FA has turned his request down twice, and it will probably never happen.
I'll probably pick up a box of this to rip in the near future.