Football Shirt Culture

Chelsea 1981-83 home shirt byLe Coq Sportif with great vintage design, as worn when the side were struggling in Division Two under boss John Neal and Ken Bates bought the club for £1

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Juventus 1990-91 home shirt by Kappa sponsored by supermarket chain UPIM, as worn in a disappointing campaign for the club as they finished in 7th place, this plus a UEFA Cup Winners Cup Semi-Final exit to Barcelona cost boss Luigi Maifredi his job after only one season.

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Inter Milan 1989-90 home shirt by Uhlsport with classic Misura sponsor as worn 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.

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United States 1994 home shirt by adidas as worn by the hosts at the 1994 World Cup. The USA exited at the round of 16 stage - suffering a 1-0 defeat to eventual champions Brazil. This was the furthest the side had progressed in the competition in 64 years.

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England 1988-89 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to Hateley during the period 1987-89. The former Coventry man had earned his first cap back in 1984 against the USSR and had been a regular in the Three-Lions lineup until 1988 when after the side's dismal performance at the European Championships in Germany he faded from the starting XI. This away design was worn six times by the senior team with five of those games ending in draws and the other a victory over Greece.

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Newcastle United 1999-00 player shirt by adidas believed to have been issued to Gallacher during the 1999-00 season. The Scottish international joined the Toon this season after a 6-year stint in Lancashire with Blackburn and made 25 appearances in all competitions as Bobby Robson took the reigns at St James' and guided the side to an 11th placed finish.

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Netherlands 1987 player shirt by adidas believed to have been match worn by van't Schip in the friendly match against Spain played at the Nou Camp, Barcelona on the 21st January 1987.

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Ajax 1991-93 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #19 during the 1991-93 period. The Dutch side finished 2nd and 3rd in the Eredivisie respectively over the two seasons, but did enjoy great success in Europe. They won the 1992 UEFA Cup Final defeating Torino on the away goals rule after a 2-2 draw in Italy followed by a goalless stalemate in Amsterdam.

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