1997-98 Roda JC Match Issue UEFA Cup Winners Cup Home L/S Shirt Ooijer #6

1997-98 Roda JC Match Issue UEFA Cup Winners Cup Home L/S Shirt Ooijer #6
1997-98 Roda JC Match Issue UEFA Cup Winners Cup Home L/S Shirt Ooijer #6 1997-98 Roda JC Match Issue UEFA Cup Winners Cup Home L/S Shirt Ooijer #6 1997-98 Roda JC Match Issue UEFA Cup Winners Cup Home L/S Shirt Ooijer #6

1997-98 Roda JC Match Issue UEFA Cup Winners Cup Home L/S Shirt Ooijer #6

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£119.99

Condition of shirt - Mint 

Size - XXL

Condition details - Superb material look and feel, sponsor and printing are great

Made by - Masita

Player - Star centre back Andre Ooijer #6

Player issue features - Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, small size flock Daewoo sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, also no back sponsor like on the domestic and replica versions, player names only worn in this competition, long sleeved version not commercially available, comes from the players own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided

Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been issued to Ooijer for the 1997-98 UEFA Cup Winners Cup campaign. Roda went into the competition thanks to their KNVB Beker triumph over Heerenveen in the previous season. De Koempels absolutely smashed Israeli outfit Hapoël Be'er-Sheva in the 1st Round winning 14-1 on aggregate which included an outrageous 10-0 victory at the Sportpark Kaalheide. In the 2nd Round the side also made light work of NK Primorje winning 6-0 on aggregate before running into fancied Serie A outfit Vicenza who gave them a taste of their own medicine with a heavy 9-1 aggregate thrashing. It could be argued that if they had Ooijer for the tie with the Italians maybe the result would have been different with the strong centre back being snapped up by PSV in January '98. Ooijer played in all four of the matches in the competition prior to his departure chipping in with two goals. The defender went on to have a successful career in Eindhoven and establish himself as a regular for the Dutch national team winning 55 caps and being part of the side that reached the 2010 World Cup Final