1991-92 Feyenoord Match Worn Cup Winners' Cup Home L/S Shirt #8 (Sabău) v Tottenham

1991-92 Feyenoord Match Worn Cup Winners' Cup Home L/S Shirt #8 (Sabău) v Tottenham
1991-92 Feyenoord Match Worn Cup Winners' Cup Home L/S Shirt #8 (Sabău) v Tottenham 1991-92 Feyenoord Match Worn Cup Winners' Cup Home L/S Shirt #8 (Sabău) v Tottenham 1991-92 Feyenoord Match Worn Cup Winners' Cup Home L/S Shirt #8 (Sabău) v Tottenham

1991-92 Feyenoord Match Worn Cup Winners' Cup Home L/S Shirt #8 (Sabău) v Tottenham

£599.99

Condition of shirt - Very Good


Size - XL


Condition details - Slight colour run to white material, all details are printed within the material, the odd tiny mark, nice material feel


Made by - Adidas


Player - Romanian international midfielder Ioan Sabău #8


Player issue features - Correct player size number printed within the material, small size Stad Rotterdam sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, crest and Adidas logo are printed within the material, made from 82% polyester and 18% cotton, design not commercially available to this specification, swapped with a Tottenham player and comes from the players own collection - a signed letter verifying this can be provided


Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Sabău  during the Cup Winners' Cup Quarter-Final 2nd leg match against Tottenham Hotspur played at White Hart Lane, London on 18th March 1992. De Stadion club had beaten Partizani Tirana and Sion over two legs in the previous rounds to reach this stage of the competition. They had secured a 1-0 victory in the home leg a fortnight earlier thanks to a József Kiprich goal, which was a lead they doggedly defended in London as they secured a goalless draw and secured passage to the Semi-Finals. Sabău played the full match in the first leg, but was replaced in the 75th minute in this match as Wim Jansen brought on an extra defender to help ensure his side maintained their 1-0 aggregate lead. The Romanian was in the last year of his two season spell with the side, where he made over 40 appearances before switching to Brescia Calcio. The side opted to wear their typical away kit in the home leg, whilst using the home kit for the away fixture, with Tottenham doing the same. Feyenoord went on to face Monaco in the Semi-Finals, where they narrowly lost out 3-3 on the away goals rule