2008-09 Nancy Match Issue UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Zerka #11 (v Feyenoord)

2008-09 Nancy Match Issue UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Zerka #11 (v Feyenoord)
2008-09 Nancy Match Issue UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Zerka #11 (v Feyenoord) 2008-09 Nancy Match Issue UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Zerka #11 (v Feyenoord) 2008-09 Nancy Match Issue UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Zerka #11 (v Feyenoord)

2008-09 Nancy Match Issue UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Zerka #11 (v Feyenoord)

£174.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent

Size - Large

Condition details - Pristine material look and feel, detail, logos and printing are great

Made by - Baliston

Player - Pacey forward Monsef Zerka #11

Player issue features - Correct player size print and UEFA Cup patch professionally heat pressed, match detail transferred to chest, small size Clairefontaine sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, long sleeved version not commercially available, swapped with a Feyenoord player and comes from their personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided

Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been issued to Zerka for the UEFA Cup Group H match against Feyenoord played at Stade Marcel Picot, Tomblaine on the 23rd October 2008. The side had beaten Motherwell to reach the group stage and this was their opening group match. ASNL did not let the pressure of the occasion get to them on the pitch though stunning the Dutch giants with a superb performance and cruising to an emphatic 3-0 victory. Zerka himself opened the scoring after 47 minutes with Féret and Hélder Maurílio adding the others. The Morocco international forward wore a short sleeve shirt in the game and put his feet up after 85 minutes as Pablo Correa looked to shore things up by bringing on defender Andre Luiz. Despite the superb win against here Les Chardons found the groups other opponents tougher than Feyenoord and were edged out by a defeat in Spain to Deportivo La Coruna. Zerka came through the club's youth academy back in 2000 and spent the best of the decade with Nancy. Odalys Vacances was the main sponsor on the shirts the side wore in Ligue 1 with the Clairefontaine logo seen on the chest instead