2001-02 Eintracht Frankfurt Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Skela #7 (v Werder)

2001-02 Eintracht Frankfurt Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Skela #7 (v Werder)
2001-02 Eintracht Frankfurt Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Skela #7 (v Werder) 2001-02 Eintracht Frankfurt Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Skela #7 (v Werder) 2001-02 Eintracht Frankfurt Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Skela #7 (v Werder)

2001-02 Eintracht Frankfurt Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Skela #7 (v Werder)

£119.99

Condition of shirt - Very Good


Size - Medium


Condition details - Bright colours, crest is stitched, some fade to Fila logo, sponsor, patch and print, the odd small faint mark, nice material feel


Made by - Fila


Player - Albanian international midfielder Ervin Skela #7


Player issue features - Correct player size felt print and Bundesliga patch professionally heat pressed, long-sleeved version not commercially available, swapped with a Werder Bremen played and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Ultra rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Skela during a friendly match against Werder Bremen played Brinkum, Germany on 19th January 2002. This match was organised during the winter break and finished in an entertaining 2-2 draw with Frankfurt rallying from 2 nil down to earn a draw. Ernst and Lisztes put Bremen in control going into the interval, before Skela and Kryszałowicz got Die Adler back into the game in the second half. Frankfurt were competing the 2. Bundesliga this season after having been relegated the year before, but could not win promotion at the first time of asking, as they had to settle for a 7th place finish this season. This was Skela's debut year with the club, after transferring from Waldhof Mannheim, as he went on to feature 32 times and score 8 goals. The Albanian spent 2 more seasons with Die Adler, helping them win promotion the season after this, whilst making close to 100 appearances for the side. He also earned 74 caps for his country, scoring 13 times over an 11 year career