1990 England U-21 Match Issue Home Shirt #15 (Robins)

1990 England U-21 Match Issue Home Shirt #15 (Robins)
1990 England U-21 Match Issue Home Shirt #15 (Robins) 1990 England U-21 Match Issue Home Shirt #15 (Robins) 1990 England U-21 Match Issue Home Shirt #15 (Robins)

1990 England U-21 Match Issue Home Shirt #15 (Robins)

£299.99

Condition of shirt - Very Good


Size - Large


Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, a few light marks caused during use, nice material feel, print is great


Made by - Umbro


Player - Young Manchester United prospect Mark Robins #15


Player issue features - Correct player size and style print professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered crest and Umbro logo, comes from the players own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Ultra rare player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Robins during the 1990 period. The young Manchester United prospect featured for England U-21’s on 6 occasions, with the majority coming in the Toulon Tournament. This tournament was specifically for U-21 national teams, although is not an official competition as it is not associated with FIFA or an individual national association.  England won the competition in 1990, for the first time in the country’s history, with Robins in inspired form as he scored 6 goals in Group B, with 5 of them coming in a crazy 7-3 victory over France including 3 in 8 minutes. The side then defeated Czechoslovakia 2-1 in the final to become champions. Robins went on to feature twice more for The Young Lions after the tournament, scoring once more in a 3-1 win over Hungary. The striker never made the step up to the senior side though, and after 4 years with Manchester United, he moved to Norwich City in 1992 in search of more regular football