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1992 Holland Match Issue Home Shirt #6 (Wouters) v Wales

1992 Holland Match Issue Home Shirt #6 (Wouters) v Wales
1992 Holland Match Issue Home Shirt #6 (Wouters) v Wales 1992 Holland Match Issue Home Shirt #6 (Wouters) v Wales 1992 Holland Match Issue Home Shirt #6 (Wouters) v Wales

1992 Holland Match Issue Home Shirt #6 (Wouters) v Wales

£299.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, printing is screen printed, nice material feel


Made by - Lotto


Player - Tough tackling combative defensive midfielder Jan Wouters #6


Player issue features - Correct player size print professionally screen printed, embroidered KNVB crest and Lotto logo, made from 70% polyester and 30% tactel, swapped with a Wales player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes -  Very rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Wouters for the friendly match against Wales, played at Stadion Galgenwaard in Utrecht on 30 May 1992. This was the first meeting between the sides since a 2-1 win for the Oranje in 1989. Bryan Roy and Marco van Basten gave the hosts a commanding lead at the break and then substitute Aron Winter and Wim Jonk added tallies in a superb 4-0 win for the hosts. This was one of Holland's final warm-ups before Euro 92' where this design would be worn as Rinus Michels' side looked to retain their title and reached the Semi-Finals before losing out to Denmark. Wouters played 66 minutes against Wales before coming off for Wim Jonk. The midfielder had earned his first full cap back in 1982 and had been part of that infamous 1988 Championship winning squad. He went on to earn 70 caps in total for his country featuring at Italia 90', Euro 92' and USA 94' as well. At club level he enjoyed lengthy spells with Utrecht, Ajax, Bayern Munich and PSV. This was Holland's first Lotto shirt after years with Adidas and this classy cross-hatch design was worn by a whole host of other teams including the likes of Switzerland, Malta, Estonia and Serie A titans Fiorentina.