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The Playfair Football Annual 1954-55 by Albert Sewell1954
Playfair football annual 1956-57 by J.T. Bolton1956
Playfair Football Annual 1967-681967
Playfair football annual 1969-701969
Playfair football annual. 1970/71 by James Bailey1970
Playfair Football Annual 1975-76 by Peter Dunk1975
Playfair football annual 1976-77 by Editor1976
Playfair Football Annual 1979-1980 by Peter Dunk1979
Playfair Football Annual 1981-72 by Gordon Ross1981
Playfair Football Annual 1984-19851984
Playfair Football Annual 1985-86 by Peter & Francis Dunk, Lionel (eds)1985
Playfair Football Annual 1987-1988 by PETER DUNK (EDITOR)1987
Playfair Football Annual 1988-1989 by Jack Rollin1988
Playfair Football Annual 1989-19901989
Playfair Football Annual 1990-91 by Jack Rollin1990
Playfair Football Annual 1991-19921991
Playfair Football Annual 92-93 Rollin Jack by Jack Rollin1992
Playfair Football Annual 1993-94 by Jack Rollin1993
Playfair Football Annual 1994-95 by Jack Rollin1994
Playfair Football Annual 1995-19961995
Playfair Football Annual 1996-19971996
Playfair Football Annual 1997-98 by Glenda Rollin1997
Playfair Football 1998-99 by Rollin1998
Playfair Football Annual 1999-2000: The Essential, Most Up-to-Date Pocket Guide to the Clubs, Players and Results by Glenda Rollin1999
Playfair Football Annual 2000-2001 by Jack Rollin2000
Playfair Football Annual 2001-02 (Annuals) by Jack Rollin2001
Playfair Football Annual 2002-2003 (Annuals) by Glenda Rollin2002
Playfair Football Annual 2003-2004 by Glenda Rollin2003
Playfair Football Annual 2004-2005 by Glenda Rollin2004
Playfair Football Annual 2005-2006 by Jack Rollin2005
Playfair Football Annual by Jack Rollin2006
Playfair Football Annual 2007-2008 by Jack Rollin2007
Playfair Football Annual 2008/09 by Jack Rollin2008
Playfair Football Annual 2009-2010 by Jack Rollin2009
Playfair Football Annual 2010-2011 by Jack Rollin2010
Playfair Football Annual 2011-2012 by Jack Rollin2011
Playfair Football Annual 2012-2013 by Glenda Rollin2012

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