Wayne Hennessey and the Nazis
Wayne Hennessey and the Nazis
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Wayne Hennessey and the Nazis

David Squires

£30.00

One of the most bizarre stories of 2019 came when the Crystal Palace goalkeeper, Wayne Hennessey, was photographed on a team night out holding a finger across his top lip whilst waving with a straight arm to a German teammate. At the consequent FA hearing, his manager Roy Hodgson stated that Hennessey had reached the age of 32 without acquiring even a basic understanding of Fascism or the Nazis, but that he would do everything in his power to provide the goalie with an education on the topic. Sometimes my job is easy.

Published: 23 April 2019

Specifications
  • David Squires original illustration
  • Print Size: 24x30cm
  • Dimensions include border for easy framing
  • Presented on Hahnemühle Photorag premium Fine Art paper
  • A heavyweight paper with a slightly warm base tone and strong mottled texture, with deep blacks that feel rich and high in contrast
  • Archival quality, guaranteeing image quality for up to 100 years
  • Printed in the UK, Global shipping available