2004-05 Bolton Match Worn Home Shirt Pedersen #9 (v Norwich)

2004-05 Bolton Match Worn Home Shirt Pedersen #9 (v Norwich)
2004-05 Bolton Match Worn Home Shirt Pedersen #9 (v Norwich) 2004-05 Bolton Match Worn Home Shirt Pedersen #9 (v Norwich) 2004-05 Bolton Match Worn Home Shirt Pedersen #9 (v Norwich)

2004-05 Bolton Match Worn Home Shirt Pedersen #9 (v Norwich)

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£149.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, club badge is stitched, minimal fade to Reebok logo and sponsor, print and patches are great, the odd small light mark, nice material feel


Made by - Reebok


Player - Classy Danish striker Henrik 'Peacock' Pedersen #9


Player issue features - Correct player size Lextra flock Premiership print and Barclays Premiership patches professionally heat pressed, no Play Dry logo to sleeve, swapped with a Norwich 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 Pedersen during the Premiership match against Norwich City, played at Carrow Road on 11th December 2004. An exciting game saw the Trotters took the lead early on through Jay Jay Okocha's spot kick but the hosts equalised just moments later thanks to Mathias Svensson. Bolton regained their advantage before the half hour mark through Real Madrid legend Fernando Hierro and went into the break with the lead intact. However, a second half penalty from Darren Huckerby and a late Svensson strike saw Norwich turn the tables and walk away with a 3-2 win. Pedersen played the full 90 minutes, this was the Danish international's 4th season with the Whites after joining from Silkeborg in 2001. He enjoyed yet another stellar campaign at the Reebok making 33 appearances in all competitions and scoring 9 goals as the side finished an impressive 6th in the league. Highlights for the Dane this season included a brace against Southampton on the opening day, a late equaliser against Arsenal at Highbury and a winning strike over Tottenham at White Hart Lane. He was a true fan favourite amongst the Wanderers faithful who were fond of his hard work ethic and trademark Peacock goal celebration, he spent a further two seasons in the North West before joining Hull City in 2007.