The National Football Museum has secured, on long term loan, the most infamous football shirt in the game's history.
Ex-Nottingham Forest, Spurs and England midfielder Steve Hodge has presented The Museum with footballing legend Diego Maradona's 1986 “Hand of God” shirt.
Maradona is universally recognised as one of the world's greatest ever players. The shirt was worn in the quarter-final contest against England at Mexico ‘86.
Possibly the greatest and the most controversial World Cup goals were scored in the same game, by Maradona.
The shirt, now on permanent display at The Museum, is a tremendous addition to an already unparalleled collection of the world's greatest football memorabilia.