2003-04 Bolton Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Djorkaeff #6 (v Liverpool)

2003-04 Bolton Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Djorkaeff #6 (v Liverpool)
2003-04 Bolton Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Djorkaeff #6 (v Liverpool) 2003-04 Bolton Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Djorkaeff #6 (v Liverpool) 2003-04 Bolton Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Djorkaeff #6 (v Liverpool)

2003-04 Bolton Match Worn Home L/S Shirt Djorkaeff #6 (v Liverpool)

£199.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, crest is stitched, sponsor is great, slight fade to print and patches, a few small marks caused during use, nice material feel


Made by - Reebok


Player - Silky French international attacker Youri Djorkaeff #6


Player issue features - Correct player size Lextra flock Premiership print and Barclays Premiership patches professionally heat pressed, no Play Dry logo to sleeve, long-sleeved, swapped with a Liverpool player and comes from their personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Very rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Djorkaeff during a Premiership match against Liverpool played at Anfield on 26th December 2003. The match finished in a 3-1 defeat for the Trotters with Hyypia, Sinama-Pongolle and Šmicer sealing the win for the home side, before Henrik Pedersen grabbed a late consolation goal. Djorkaeff started the match but was replaced in the 51st minute as part of a triple change with boss Sam Allardyce hoping to change the side's fortunes shortly after they had conceded the second goal. The World Cup and Euro winning attacker moved to Bolton half way through the 2001-02 season, going on to spend a further 2 season there and score 21 goals in 85 times, including 10 in 33 this season as the side finished an impressive 8th and reached the final of the Carling Cup. He went on to very briefly play a few games for local rivals Blackburn Rovers, before seeing out the rest of his career in the US with New York Red Bulls. During a glittering career, he played for the likes of Monaco, PSG and Inter, whilst featuring 82 times for the French national team