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2007 Denmark Match Issue Home L/S Shirt #8 (Grønkjær) v Sweden

2007 Denmark Match Issue Home L/S Shirt #8 (Grønkjær) v Sweden
2007 Denmark Match Issue Home L/S Shirt #8 (Grønkjær) v Sweden 2007 Denmark Match Issue Home L/S Shirt #8 (Grønkjær) v Sweden 2007 Denmark Match Issue Home L/S Shirt #8 (Grønkjær) v Sweden

2007 Denmark Match Issue Home L/S Shirt #8 (Grønkjær) v Sweden

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Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, printing and match details are great, nice material feel 


Made by - Adidas


Player - Veteran Copenhagen winger Jesper Grønkjær #8


Player issue features - Correct player size print, Euro 2008 sleeve patch and match details professionally heat pressed, Formotion version with transfer material stripes on sleeves and some parts of the design are heat bonded, long-sleeve version - not commercially available, given to a Denmark official as a gift and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been issued to Grønkjær for the Euro 2008 Qualification Group F match against Sweden played at Råsunda Stadium in Stockholm 8th September 2007. The Danes had forfeited the first match against their Scandinavian neighbours in June after a fan attack on the referee in ugly scenes in Copenhagen. The game then had been tied at 3-3 but Sweden were awarded a 3-0 victory following the event. This was a decidedly less fiery affair with the sides cancelling each other out in 0-0 stalemate. Grønkjær played the full match despite picking up a yellow card as Denmark went on to finish a disappointing 4th in Group F and missed out on Euro 2008. The former Ajax and Chelsea man featured in 7 of the side's 12 qualifiers and earned a superb 80 caps in total for his country between 1999-2010 appearing at 4 major tournaments. The 4 time Danish Superliga champion wore short-sleeves in this one and this shirt is believed to have been a spare prepared to match specifications ahead of the fixture.