The football trading cards harder to get when we were kids
Children football fans saw marked our childhood some things can never forget. The PC Football, Magazine Don Balon, parties with friends on the street and, Of course, the football trading cards.
Today we review (very personal) the memories of those mythical collections that passionate us (and continue to fascinate) and those adventures we had to run to get the most difficult to get trading cards.
At that time, like today, there were several ways to go completing a collection. The 'easy’ It was to go to the kiosk to buy those envelopes that often included 6 cromos inside the price 25 pesetas the late 80 and early 90.
But nevertheless, We did not always have access to the money needed to go to grow the 'taco’ trading cards as much to our parents mendigáramos, grandparents, uncles… the tap used to cut.
Thus began the exchange with classmates or friends on the street. One went slowly realizing those trading cards coming out more and going out less so about the value was much higher than others when making changes.
FREDDY'S CORNER (REAL MADRID)
“It changes you have the 'reps'!” They used to advise our parents in an effort that we were not ripped off by some clever. Of course, There was also the possibility of getting new trading cards betting both card games or challenging an adversary 'trousers’ or 'T'.
In my memory and personal experience there are several particularly difficult trading cards that cost me enough to get to complete collections. As many of you remember, in the years 90 there were no software today and 'experiments’ and bungling Chrome to launch a signing newcomer was stunned as you can see in this other article.
The collections had normal trading cards, signings, place them, the transfer 'bis’ (these tended to be more complicated and fairly traded). further, there were several trading cards of one player newcomer, The 'call’ and authentic and a good collector wanted to have both.
ATILA KASAC (LOGROÑÉS)
FISH (SEVILLA FC)
Through this article we invite you to cooperate with us to develop a list of the most difficult trading cards of our childhood.