Liverpool 1999-00 player shirt by Reebok believed to have been issued to Babb for the 99-00 season.
Babb moved to Anfield in '94 from Coventry City in a £3.6M deal that made him Britain's most expensive defender.
Belgium 1987 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been match worn by Grün in the friendly match against Holland played at de Kuip, Rotterdam on the 9th September 1987.
This encounter between the two rivals ended in a 0-0 stalemate. Grün led the defensive line and managed to keep van Basten and Bosman quiet for 90 minutes.
PSV 1991-94 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been match worn by van Tiggelen in a match between 1991-94.
van Tiggelen returned to Holland in '91 after 5 years with Anderlecht. The full back helped the side to the Eredivisie title in his first season and despite being 35 he kept his place in the Holland squad for Euro '92 after starring at Euro '88 and Italia '90 also. van Tiggelen remained at the Philips Stadion until '94 and retired after one last season with Dordrecht'90.
Manchester United 1988-90 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to McClair during the 1988-90 seasons.
The Scottish attacker signed for Manchester United from Celtic midway through the 1987-88 season and became the first player for the club since George Best in 1967-68 to score over 20 league goals in one season during 1988-89 with 31 in all competitions.
Brazil 1995 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been match worn by Aldair in the Umbro Cup match against England played at Wembley on the 11th June 1995. The tournament was a precursor to England hosting Euro 96 and also included Sweden and Japan.
Bayern Munich 1993-95 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been match worn by Hamann between 1993-95. Hamann made his senior debut in 93-94 and featured 5 times also scoring his first goal for the club in this campaign playing mostly as a right winger.
Denmark 1986 player shirt by Hummel believed to have been issued to Nielsen for the Euro 88 Qualification Group 6 match against Finland played at Parken, Copenhagen on the 29th October '86.
This all-time classic design had shot to worldwide fame this summer at the 1986 World Cup and gained iconic status both for its originality and the superb performances of the 'Danish Dynamite' on the pitch.