2004 Czech Republic Match Worn Away Shirt Hübschman #17 (v Holland)

2004 Czech Republic Match Worn Away Shirt Hübschman #17 (v Holland)
2004 Czech Republic Match Worn Away Shirt Hübschman #17 (v Holland) 2004 Czech Republic Match Worn Away Shirt Hübschman #17 (v Holland) 2004 Czech Republic Match Worn Away Shirt Hübschman #17 (v Holland)

2004 Czech Republic Match Worn Away Shirt Hübschman #17 (v Holland)

£174.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent

Size - Large

Condition details - Very bright colours, pristine material feel, details and printing are great 

Made by - Puma 

Player - Shakhtar Donetsk centre back Tomáš Hübschman #17

Player issue features - Correct player size print and match details professionally heat pressed, flock material Puma logos and plastic transfer Czech flag detail, no Puma patch on lower front, made in Portugal, design not commercially available to this specification, swapped with a Holland player and come from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided

Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Hübschman in the 2006 World Cup Qualification Group 1 match against Holland played at the Amsterdam ArenA on the 8th September '04. The nation's had met in the summer at Euro 2004 in a thrilling contest which the Czech's won 3-2. This was both side's opening match of this qualifying campaign and they were the two favourites for top spot in the group and the only guaranteed automatic place at the Final's in Germany. It was first blood to the Dutch here as a Pierre van Hooijdonk brace gave the hosts a 2-0 victory. Hübschman whose impressive form saw him switch to Shakhtar from Sparta Prague in a €3M deal started the game but went off after 62 minutes for Vachoušek. In the end the Czech Republic would have to settle for runners-up in the group but did qualify for the World Cup via the play-offs. Hübschman represented his country 58 times between 2001-14