2001-03 Liverpool Match Issue Away Shirt Owen #10

2001-03 Liverpool Match Issue Away Shirt Owen #10
2001-03 Liverpool Match Issue Away Shirt Owen #10 2001-03 Liverpool Match Issue Away Shirt Owen #10 2001-03 Liverpool Match Issue Away Shirt Owen #10

2001-03 Liverpool Match Issue Away Shirt Owen #10

£599.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL 


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


Made by - Reebok


Player - 2001 Ballon d'Or winner and star striker Michael Owen #10


Player issue features - Correct player size Lextra flock Premier League print and sleeve patches professionally heat pressed, no Hydromove detail to right sleeve, large size Carlsberg sponsor compared to replica version, comes from players own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Ultra rare player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Owen between 2001-03. Owen was fresh of superb season after helping the side to a treble as they won the League Cup, FA Cup and UEFA Cup to end a six-year trophy drought. Once again the deadly front-man was crucial upfront as he made 44 appearances as his partnership with fellow Englishman Emile Hesky continued to impress. The Reds finished runners-up in the Premier League whilst also reaching the Quarter Finals of the Champions League with Owen scoring 21 goals across the two competitions. The golden boy of English football was recognised for his performances and achievements when we was awarded with the 2001 Ballon d'Or in December 2001, at the tender age of just 22, becoming the first Englishman to win it since Kevin Keegan in 1979. This white design was kept on as a third choice kit for 02-03 when Owen made a staggering 54 appearances across all competitions in which Liverpool won the League Cup by beating rivals Man Utd in Cardiff, with a goal from Owen in the 90th minute putting the game to bed and adding to his 28 goals for the season. Owen spent 8 years at Anfield playing nearly 300 times, whilst becoming a firm Kop favourite after bursting onto the scene as a teenage sensation before a move to Real Madrid. He was also capped 89 times by England, scoring 40 goals in total