Aston Villa player shirt by Hummel believed to have been issued to or worn by a #10 between 1987-89. This great vintage design with classic Mita Copiers sponsor was worn when the side won promotion back to the First Division followed by a second place finish under boss Graham Taylor.

The regular #10 was Tony Daley in 87-88 and Gordon Cowans in 88-89. Correct player size cloth material print and Football League sleeve patch professionally machine stitched, fully embroidered club badge, long sleeved.

Coventry City player shirt by Asics believed to have been issued to #12 during the period the side finished 12th and 16th respectively in Division 1, with Terry Butcher replacing John Sillett to become the youngest manager in the league. Very collectable.

Correct player size printing professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered club badge and Asics logo, professionally machine stitched sleeve patches and Peugeot sponsor.

Middlesbrough player shirt by Errea believed to have been issued to or worn by a #7 in a friendly or reserve team match in the 2000-01 season when the side finished 14th in the Premiership in Bryan Robson's last season in charge.

Correct player size print professionally heat pressed, long sleeved version not commercially available.

 

Fiorentina Fila player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Cois during 1997-98 campaign. During the season the side earned UEFA Cup qualification with a 5th place Serie A finish.

Correct size and style Fila number printed within the material, machine stitched Fila logo, no Fila patch to lower front.

Real Madrid Hummel player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by a #2 during the 1988-89 season when Real won a La Liga and Copa del Rey double under Dutch boss Leo Beenhakker.

Correct player size Hummel number screen printed within the material, paint material Parmalat sponsor heat pressed.

Sampdoria Asics player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by #20 in the pre season Ibrox tournament fixture against Rangers which the Scottish side won 2-0.

The design was worn during pre-season before the club agreed a sponsorship deal with Nuova Tirrena. Enrico Chiesa scored a stunning 22 goals in 28 games as the side finished 8th place in Serie A under boss Sven-Goran Eriksson.

 

FC Sion Adidas player shirt with classic design and Tamoil sponsor believed to have been issued to or worn by a #7 when the side finished 3rd place in the Nationalliga A.

Correct player size print professionally heat pressed.

Adidas player shirt believed to have been worn by Corrales in the MLS All-Star Game played against Chelsea at PPL Park, Chester on the 25th July 2012.

The All-Stars led by Dwayne De Rosario and featuring legends David Beckham and Thierry Henry defeated the reigning Champions League holders 3-2, coming from behind in a thrilling second half. San Jose Earthquakes defender Corrales, fresh from winning the Supporters Shield played 56 minutes before being substituted for club team mate Justin Morroa.

Valencia player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Roberto in the 1990-92 seasons. Roberto re-joined the club in 1990 from Barcelona and proved a great signing. He scored 8 goals in 91-92 to help the side to an impressive 4th place finish. In total he was with the club for 10 years and won 29 caps for Spain.

Correct size and style paint material Puma print professionally heat pressed, embroidered Puma logo, machine stitched club badge, paint material sponsor.

 

Racing Santander Meyba player shirt believed to have been issued a #10 during the mid 1980's when the side were promoted to La Liga in 1983-84 after finishing 4th in the Segunda Division, but were relegated in 1986-87 all under boss José María Maguregui.

Correct size and style #10 printing professionally heat pressed, paint material Teka sponsor, long-sleeved.

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