Picture of football legend stolen
BRISTOL City supporters are appealing for help in locating a print of football legend John Atyeo which was stolen earlier this month.
The print, which measures 1.5 metres by one metre (4ft 11ins by 3ft 3ins), was ripped from the wall where it was displayed just inside the steps leading up to the Supporters Club and Trust bar at Ashton Gate.
The print is believed to have disappeared on December 15 during the home game with Derby County. But supporters and staff only noticed it was missing on Boxing Day when the npower championship match with Watford was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Atyeo was an English football striker who spent the majority of his career at Bristol City.
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He made 645 appearances for the club and scored a record 351 goals during his 15-season spell with City between 1951 and 1966.
Between 1955 and 1957 he won six England caps, scoring five goals.
In 1994, the club named the stand which replaced the Park End at Ashton Gate after Atyeo. It still carries his name to this day.
Anyone who knows anything about the club's missing piece of football memorabilia is asked to contact Marie Day on 07770858872, email email@example.com, or contact Marie via Twitter @DoIIymarie.