Condition of shirt - Excellent
Size - XL
Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, print is printed within the material, some mud marks to front, reverse and sleeves - caused during use, nice material feel
Made by - Lotto
Player - Experienced Feyenoord midfield engine Robert Witschge #15
Player issue features - Correct player size number printed within the material, different collar label compared to replica version, made from 70% polyester and 30% nylon, embroidered KNVB crest and Lotto logo,comes from the player's own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided
Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Witschge during the period 1993-95. The midfielder was often a key player in the side's starting 11 at this time rarely coming as a substitute apart from in a friendly against Canada in June 1994 just before the World Cup. The Feynoord star then went on feature in 4 of Holland's 5 match at USA 94' as Dick Advocaat's men reached the Quarter-Finals before narrowly losing out to eventual winners Brazil. He had made his first first team appearance back in 1989 against Israel after previously starring for the Under-21 side and the former Ajax and Saint-Étienne man earned 30 caps in total for his country between 1989-95 appearing at Euro 92' as well as the USA 94'.