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Fin·ney

(fin'ē),
John M.T., U.S. surgeon, 1863-1942. See: Finney operation, Finney pyloroplasty.
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"It's a bit more special the award is now so closely associated to Sir Tom Finney - one of the greatest players, gentlemen and role models English football has ever seen.
Fans pay their respects to Sir Tom Finney at the Splash statue outside Deepdale Stadium
The Deepdale stadium is currently located on Sir Tom Finney Way and the ground's old West Stand was renamed the Sir Tom Finney stand in 1995, with his image on its seats A statue outside the stadium's National Football Museum depicts a famous image of Sir Tom splashing through a puddle during a game at Chelsea in 1956.
Sir Tom Finney As a mark of respect, a minute's silence was held before Preston's home game with Leyton Orient and Preston's players all wore black armbands and shirts bearing the name Finney above their squad numbers.
"Sir Tom Finney was one of the greats, both on and off the pitch.
FOOTBALLING legend Sir Tom Finney was in Liverpool last night to see a North West museum dedicated to the beautiful game win a major arts award.
I continue to admire him from afar, together with my other heroes Lord Oaksey, Sir Tom Finney and Sir Bobby Charlton.
But yesterday he was given official recognition from his home town and joined other local heroes like Sir Tom Finney and Nick Park, the creator of the award-winning Wallace & Gromit animation films.
RICKIE LAMBERT will be given the prestigious Sir Tom Finney award, in recognition of his career, at the EFL awards tomorrow night.
With only one point and a solitary goal, the league's bottom club Sir Tom Finney - who recorded a win over D Band last time out - would be either the perfect tonic or a bitter end to a frustrating afternoon.
Sunderland legend Kevin Phillips will be presented with the prestigious Sir Tom Finney Award at tonight's 10th annual Football League Awards in London.
The same applies to the Wolves and England captain Billy Wright, who was regarded as one of the best defenders in the world, and the legendary Sir Tom Finney of whom Bill Shankly said 'Tom Finney would have been great in any team, in any match and in any age...