1995 France Match Worn Home L/S Shirt #17 (Ouédec) v Holland

1995 France Match Worn Home L/S Shirt #17 (Ouédec) v Holland
1995 France Match Worn Home L/S Shirt #17 (Ouédec) v Holland 1995 France Match Worn Home L/S Shirt #17 (Ouédec) v Holland 1995 France Match Worn Home L/S Shirt #17 (Ouédec) v Holland

1995 France Match Worn Home L/S Shirt #17 (Ouédec) v Holland

£649.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent

Size - Large (42-44")

Condition details - Pristine material look and feel, Adidas logo and printing are great 

Made by - Adidas

Player - Prolific Nantes striker Nicolas Ouédec #17

Player issue features - Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, Pays Bas France 18 01 95 detail to machine stitched crest, transfer material Adidas logo which is embroidered on the replica version, long sleeved version not commercially available, swapped with a Holland player and comes from their personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided

Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Ouédec in the friendly match against Holland played at Galgenwaard, Utrecht on the 18th January 1995. In their first match of the year Les Bleus got off to a great start beating the Dutch on their own soil 1-0 thanks to a Patrice Loko goal on the stroke of half-time. The rising hot-shot Ouédec came on as a 67th minute substitute for veteran striker Jean-Pierre Papin. It was bad tempered game with a spitting incident involving Reynald Pedros but the side withheld the pressure and stood firm as they gathered momentum under new boss Aime Jacquet who was restoring belief following the failure to qualify for the 1994 World Cup. This design was worn in the successful campaign to reach Euro 96. Ouédec had been joint topscorer in Division 1 in '94 and represented France 7 times in total between then and '97