Real Valladolid 1997-98 player shirt by Kelme believed to have been issued to or worn by Soto in the 1997-98 season when the striker made 11 appearances as the Pucela I Pucelanos finished 11th place in La Liga after spending much of the first half of the campaign in the relegation zone. This was Soto's last season with the club after 3 years at Estadio Nuevo José Zorrilla he moved to CF Extremadur.

Correct player size Kelme name set and La Liga sleeve patch printed within the material, long sleeved version not commercially available.

Sheffield Wednesday 1993-95 player shirt by Puma believed to have been issued to or worn by Linighan during Trevor Francis' last season in charge when the side finished mid-table in the Premiership.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, official Premier League Lextra sleeve patches, fully embroidered Puma logo and club badge, long-sleeved design never sold commercially.

Arsenal 1992-94 player shirt by Adidas believed to issued to a #9 during the period the side won a cup double in 92-93 season and also the '94 Cup Winners Cup triumph.

Correct size and style cloth material print professionally machine stitched, embroidered club badge and Adidas logo, comes with great provenance.

 

Lotto 1994-96 Napoli player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Cannavaro during the campaign legendary former Sampdoria boss Vujadin Boškov took over at the club and guided the side to a respectable seventh place finish in '95. Don Fabio scored his debut goal wearing this design against Milan, with an effort from outside the area.

Correct player size printing professionally screen printed in the design, embroidered Lotto logo and club badge, dark blue sponsor (replicas were only available with the white sponsor)

Diadora 1994-95 Belgium player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by a #4 during the period the side played at the 1994 World Cup where they made it through Group F by virtue of a shock victory against rivals Holland, before they were knocked out 3-2 by the holders, Germany, in an entertaining Round of 16 clash.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, larger size Diadora logo than the replica version, long-sleeved design never sold commercially.

Nike 1994-96 Italy player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by a #7 during the successful qualification campaign for Euro 96 when the Azzurri finished 2nd in Group 4 behind Croatia. Regular #7 during this time was Metrostars midfielder Roberto Donadoni.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, no Nike logo on the chest, no Nike patch on the lower front, long-sleeved design never commercially sold.

 

1984-85 Fiorentina player shirt by Ennerre believed to have been issued to or worn by a #1 during the season the side finished 9th in Serie A and reached the Coppa Italia Semi-Finals. Shot stopper turned politician Galli made 259 appearances in a 9 year stay with the club.

Correct size printing profesionally machine stitched, padding to the sleeves.

Blackburn Rovers player shirt by Ribero believed to have been issued to or worn by Stapleton during the 1990-91 season when the side battled to a 19th place finish in the Second Division in Jack Walker's first season as chairman.

Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, original Football League sleeve patches professionally machine stitched, larger size Ribero logo than on the replica shirt.

Spain player shirt by Adidas believed to have been worn by a #6 at the 1982 UEFA European Youth Championships held in Helsinki. Spain reached the last 8 after topping their group thanks to two victories over Holland, but were knocked out by West Germany 2-1 on aggregate despite winning the first leg 1-0.

Bright colours, badges are fully embroidered, printing has some wear and a few small cracks. Correct size printing professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered Adidas logo and national badge, comes with great provenance.

 

Norwich City player shirt by Alexandra (designed by Bruce Oldfield) believed to have been issued to or worn by Milligan in the 1999-00 season Division One match against Wolves played at Molineux on the 28th December '99.

This navy design which was an adaptation of the Pony produced 98-99 kit was not released to the public as a replica shirt and was only used in the game at Wolves. The Canaries lost 1-0 and went on to finish in 12th place. This was Milligan's final season for the club where he spent 6 years.

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