Condition of shirt - Excellent
Size - XL
Condition details - Bright colours, Lotto logos are stitched, national badge and print are great, a few light marks, nice material feel
Made by - Lotto
Player - Clinical Shakhtar Donetsk striker Andriy Vorobey #16
Player issue features - Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, flock crest and embroidered Lotto logo, long sleeved version not commercially available, given to a Denmark official as a gift and comes from their personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided
Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Vorobey in the friendly match against Denmark, played at Idraetsparken in Copenhagen on 30th April 2003. It was the Danish who were victorious in the first ever meeting between the sides. Claus Jensen looped in a peach of corner kick and Everton midfielder Thomas Gravesen headed home to give the Danes the lead shortly before half time. Ukraine couldn't find and equaliser and the inaugural match between the sides ended 1-0 to the hosts. Vorobey started the match bofore coming off for Olexandr Melaschenko with 20 minutes left on the clock as boss Leonid Buryak urged his side on to level the scores. The 3 time Ukrainian Premier League winner earned 68 caps for his country between 2000-08 bagging 9 international goals. This was the first kit produced for the Жовто-Сині by Lotto and was only worn during the 2002-03 campaign.