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Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

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Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

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Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

Snapshot: The famous Tom Finney 'splash' photo

Tom Finney making a splash at Stamford Bridge in 1956. Credit: PA

A stand at Preston's Deepdale Stadium is named after the late Sir Tom Finney, who died yesterday.

There is also a water sculpture outside the ground depicting the famous 'Splash' photo (see above), an iconic image of Finney beating Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge in 1956.

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