Bury 1993-94 player shirt by Matchwinner believed to have been issued to or worn by a #15 in the 1993-94 season. The side finished 13th place in Division Three under boss Mike Walsh in this campaign.

Correct size and style felt material Matchwinner print professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered club badge and Matchwinner logo, machine stitched cloth material Football League patches.

Celtic 1994-96 player shirt by Umbro, believed to have been worn by #5 during the 1994-95 campaign in Tommy Burns' first season in charge at the club when he led the side to a Scottish Cup triumph after a 1-0 win over Airdrieonians. #5 in this campaign was worn by Malky Mackay and Rudi Vata.

Correct size and style printing professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered badges, official SPL sleeve patches, long-sleeved design never available commercially.

Brazil 1985-88 player issue home shirt made by Topper, worn by Brazil at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico when the side were knocked out on penalties by France in the Quarter-Finals.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, paint material badge and Topper logo heat pressed, material made from 53% algodao and 47% poliamida.

 

AC Milan 1987-88 player shirt by Kappa believed to have been issued to or worn by a #16 during the season the side won their first Serie A title since 1979 with manager Arrigo Sacchi laying the foundations of the side that would go on to win back-to-back European Cups.

Correct size flock printing professionally heat pressed.

Inter Milan 1989-90 player shirt by Uhlsport believed to have been issued to or worn by a #3 during the season when the side were champions but lost their Scudetto title to Maradona's Napoli and were shocked by Malmo in the European Cup 1st Round.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed.

Sparta Prague 1996-97 player shirt by Nike believed to have been issued to or worn by the #26 during the 1996-97 season. The side won the 1.Liga title finishing 4 points clear of rivals Slavia Prague and also reached the Cup Winners Cup last 16 playing Fiorentina in this campaign.

Correct size and style #26 printed within the material, embossed club badge and Nike logo.

 

Parma 1996-97 player shirt by Puma believed to have been issued to or worn by Ze Maria during Carlo Ancelotti's first season in charge when he guided the club to 2nd place, their best ever league finish and only one point behind champions Juve. The Brazilian made 45 appearances for the side before joining Perugia in 98-99.

Correct size and style printing sublimated in the material, correct size and style Lega Calcio sleeve patch professionally stitched.

AS Roma 1987-88 player shirt by Ennerre believed to have been issued to or worn by #12 during the season the side finished 3rd in Serie A under boss Nils Leidholm. A young Angelo Peruzzi was the back up keeper behind Franco Tancredi, and would go on to enjoy a spectacularly successful career as Juventus and national team stopper.

The spare keeper during this campaign was youngster Angelo Peruzzi #12. Correct size and style printing professionally machine stitched.

Dynamo Kiev 1993-94 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to or worn by a #13 in the 1993-94 season when the side retained the Vyshcha Liha title and played Barcelona in the Champions League winning 3-1 in Kiev.

Correct player size Umbro print professionally heat pressed, not commercially available.

 

Holland 1982 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to or worn by a #7 in the 1982 season. This design was worn when the side played England at Wembley in May '82 losing out 2-0 to goals from Woodcock and Mariner.

Correct size and style cloth material print professionally machine stitched, felt material badge and Adidas transfer, Adidas Ventex production, made from 100% acrylic.

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