England 1992 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to or worn by a #15 during the 1992 season.

This design with new Umbro logo was used from 19th February '92 in a friendly match with France through to a World Cup qualifier against Turkey at Wembley in mid-November, a total of five games without tournament detail/player name printing.

Italy 1992-93 player shirt by Diadora believed to have been issued to or worn by a #5 during the period the side began qualification for USA 94 and played at the USA Cup in 92' where the side beat Ireland and drew with the hosts and Portugal. Paulo Maldini wore #5 at this tournament.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, no Diadora logo on the chest, 55% Polyester, 45% Cotton.

Valencia 1999-00 player shirt by Luanvi believed to have been issued to or worn by Joachim Bjorklund for a Champions League game during a superb campaign under boss Hector Cuper took the club to their first ever Champions League Final. This design was only worn in the Quarter-Final 2nd Leg against Lazio.

Correct player size printing professionally heat pressed, official CL Starball professionally heat pressed, long-sleeved design never sold commercially.

 

Manchester United 1992-93 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been prepared for a #16 in the 1992-93 season. This famous design was used in United's first match in the new Premier League and vital wins at Anfield and Highbury on the road to the club's first league title in 26 years.

Correct size and style cloth material print professionally machine stitched with heat pressed felt Umbro logo, embroidered club badge and Umbro logo, long sleeved.

Coventry City 1987-89 player shirt by Hummel believed to have been issued to or worn by a #6 during the period when the side were shocked in the FA Cup by non-league side Sutton United just 19 months after lifting the trophy but went on to equal their highest-ever league placing by finishing 7th in the First Division. Regular #6 during this time was Trevor Peake, who spent 8 years with the club.

Correct size printing screen printed on the design, fully embroidered Hummel logo and club badge, sponsorless, long-sleeved design never sold commercially.

Holland 1992-94 player shirt by Lotto believed to have been issued to or worn by a #18 during the 1992-94 seasons. This design was used at Euro 92 where the side reached the Semi-Finals and in the successful qualification campaign for the 1994 World Cup where the side earned their place in USA at the expense of England.

Correct player size number printed within the material, badges and Lotto logo printed within the material, material is made from 70% polyester and 30% tactel, design not sold commercially with this pattern in the material.

 

Germany 1995 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to or worn by Andreas Moller in the Euro 96' qualifier against Wales on 11th October 1995. The game saw two own goals scored in three minutes in a frantic last 15 minutes, with Germany eventually winning 2-1 thanks to a Jurgan Klinsmann strike.

Moller played the full 90 minutes and would feature throughout the final tournament in England where the side memorably triumphed, with Moller's celebration after netting the winning penalty against the hosts in the Semi-Final one of the Championships iconic images.

France U21 1988-90 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to or worn by a #18 during the period the side competed in the UEFA U-21 Championships, finishing runners-up behind Yugoslavia in the qualification process.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, felt FFF badge and Adidas logo heat pressed, long sleeved, design not available as a replica.

Monaco 1997-98 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to Leonard for the 1997-98 season when the full back made 24 appearances scoring 1 goal as the reigning Ligue 1 champions finished third in the table and reached the Semi Finals of the Champions League. Leonard spent 7 years at the Stade Louis II and won 25 caps for Belgium.

Correct player size LNF print and sleeve patch professionally heat pressed, sponsors logos to front, sleeves and back, design not sold commercially.

 

Inter Milan 1991-92 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to or worn by a #9 in the 1991-92 season when Inter slumped to a 8th place in Serie A and were shocked as holders of the UEFA Cup in the 1st Round by Boavista. This was to be Klinsmann's last season at San Siro where the striker spent 3 years winning the '91 UEFA Cup. In this campaign the striker hit 7 goals in 38 matches which was a relative drought for the DFB star and he moved to Monaco in the summer of 1992.

Correct player size cloth material print professionally machine stitched, fully embroidered club badge and Umbro logo.

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