Manchester United 1990-92 away shirt by adidas, worn from 1990-92. The stand out design paired with the iconic Sharp sponsor have made this shirt a must have for any collector. This away shirt was notably worn in the 6-2 win at Arsenal, and the 1992 League Cup final, where a goal from Brian McClair helped United beat Notts Forest 1-0 at Wembley.

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Gamba Osaka 1993-95 Home shirt by Mizuno, as worn in the season the side slumped to a 7th place league finish and reached the semi-finals of the J-League Cup.

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Barcelona 1992-95 away shirt by Kappa, as worn by Johan Cruyff's 'Dream Team' when they were reigning European Champions and continued a great sequence in La Liga winning their third and fourth consecutive titles in '93 and '94. Even sweeter they were both clinched on the last day of the season from under the noses of rivals Real Madrid.

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Chelsea 1989-91 home shirt by Umbro, as worn in Bobby Campbell's last season in charge at the club when the side finished mid table in Division One and reached the Rumbelows Cup Semi-Final.

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Argentina 1994 prototype home shirt by adidas, designed for USA 94 where the side were knocked out by Romania in the Round of 16 after Maradona was sent home. This design was suggested to the AFA by Adidas but it was refused on the grounds of introducing a third colour to the historic Albiceleste kit.

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AC Milan 1994-95 player shirt by Lotto believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #14 as the first team lost their Serie A title with a 4th place finish and lost to Ajax in the Final of the Champions League.

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Germany 1998-00 player shirt by adidas, believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #6 during the period 1998-00. This classy Adidas design was worn at the 1998 World Cup in France when the side went unbeaten in the group stage and then squeezed past Mexico in the Round of 16 before running into a rampant Croatia in the Quarter-Finals and fell to a 3-0 defeat.

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Arsenal 1994-95 player shirt by Nike, believed to have been issued to or worn by a #8 during the 1994-96 period. The shirt only had two outings and both came in the Coca-Cola Cup. A 1-0 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield in January '95 and a 0-0 draw at Villa Park in the Semi Final 2nd leg the following season.

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