Vivian Alexander Anderson, MBE (born 29 July 1956) is an English football coach and former player from Clifton, Nottingham. He played for various clubs in The Football league in the 1970s and 1980s, including Nottingham Forest, Arsenal, Manchester United and Sheffield Wednesday.
He is also notable for being the first black football player to represent England in a full international match awarded an MBE in January 2000, inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2004 in recognition of his impact on the English league and remains a keen supporter of the National Football Museum and regularly attends special events at the museum.
Edition type: Limited Edition
Edition size 50
Image size (cm): 52 x 52
Artwork size (cm): 60 x 60
The People's history museum in Manchester has one of Viv Anderson's shirts on display in the Main Galleries. The shirt was worn on his debut match against Czechoslovakia in 1978. He is honoured in this bespoke disruptive print that alternates the £ sign, rather than the usual $, with the Play on Pro logo, the fans network of which he is the CEO of.
For his 60th birthday 29.7.2016 the Artist was commissioned by Viv's close friends with a free rein to produce a dollarshot commission entitled 'VIVS 60' ....
Celebrating his life to date including his honourary degree from the University of Nottingham were Wheat studied, that's another story as dollarsandart continue to support the vibrant Play on pro community and vice-versa....
Exciting times ahead!