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Kickmasters, Pogs and Mikasa gloves: Here are 15 things from your sporting childhood

Take a trip down memory lane.

1. Sticker books

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2. The Kickmaster

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3. Pogs

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5. Pitch and putt set

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5. Top Trumps

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6. Magazines

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7. Mikasa gloves

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8. Jerseys

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9. Conkers

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10. Match programmes

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11. Boots

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12. Rollerblades

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13. Computer games

Sensible Soccer

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Jonah Lomu Rugby

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NBA Jam

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Tiger Woods

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WWF Warzone

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John Madden Football

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14. Autographs

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Paul McGrath. Credit: INPHO

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Peter Stringer. Credit:  INPHO/Billy Stickland

15. And finally, all those trophies you won…

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