1999-00 Nottingham Forest Match Worn Home Shirt Wright #32 (v Walsall)

1999-00 Nottingham Forest Match Worn Home Shirt Wright #32 (v Walsall)
1999-00 Nottingham Forest Match Worn Home Shirt Wright #32 (v Walsall) 1999-00 Nottingham Forest Match Worn Home Shirt Wright #32 (v Walsall) 1999-00 Nottingham Forest Match Worn Home Shirt Wright #32 (v Walsall)

1999-00 Nottingham Forest Match Worn Home Shirt Wright #32 (v Walsall)

£299.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, club badge is stitched, Umbro logo, sponsor, print and patches are great, a small 3cm hole to reverse collar where stitching has come apart due to size label being removed, nice material feel


Made by - Umbro


Player - Legendary striker Ian Wright #32


Player issue features - Correct player size Football League print and patches professionally heat pressed, swapped with a Walsall player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Wright during the First Division match against Walsall played at the City Ground, Nottingham on 4th September 1999. Forest were back in the First Division, having suffered relegation from the Premiership the season before. The match ended in an emphatic win for the Tricky Trees, with a Freedman double, Chettle penalty and Wright firing home after Robins had given Walsall the lead. Wright played the full match and got his goal in the 86th minute, during his brief stint on loan from West Ham. The former England international striker only played 10 matches for the side, but scored an impressive 5 goals, before moving to Celtic in October. The deadly striker had a prestigious career, notably playing for Arsenal where he won the FA Cup twice as well as the Premier League and Cup Winners' Cup. He also scored 9 goals in 33 England caps. Forest went on to finish the season in a disappointing 14th place