2010-11 Blackburn Match Worn Home Shirt J.Jones #2 (v Bolton)

2010-11 Blackburn Match Worn Home Shirt J.Jones #2 (v Bolton)
2010-11 Blackburn Match Worn Home Shirt J.Jones #2 (v Bolton) 2010-11 Blackburn Match Worn Home Shirt J.Jones #2 (v Bolton) 2010-11 Blackburn Match Worn Home Shirt J.Jones #2 (v Bolton)

2010-11 Blackburn Match Worn Home Shirt J.Jones #2 (v Bolton)

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£79.99

Condition of shirt -  Excellent


Size - Large


Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, sponsor, print and patches are great, nice material feel


Made by - Umbro


Player - Classy USA defensive midfielder Jermaine Jones #2


Player issue features - Correct player size Lextra Premier League print and Barclays Premier League patches professionally heat pressed, swapped with a Bolton player and comes from their own personal collection, a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Very rare player shirt believed to have been worn in the Premier League match against Bolton Wanderers played at Ewood  Park on 30th of April 2011. The grudge match between the two Northwest rivals was a tense affair. Rovers opened the scoring through Swedish full-back Martin Olsson midway through the first half who fired a powerful shot past Adam Bogdan in the Bolton goal to give the home side the lead. The home side should have perhaps extended their lead with Steven Nzonzi missing two good opportunities late on .Nonetheless it was still 3 important points for Blackburn in a season where the relegation battle would go right down to the wire with Rovers' Premier League status only secured with a final day 3-2 win over Wolves. Jones played the full 90 minutes, he joined the club on loan from German side Schalke in January and went straight into the starting lineup providing some much needed stability in midfield. The former Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt man made 15 appearances for Blackburn this season before returning to Schalke at the end of the campaign. The German born midfielder made his international debut for USA earlier in the season qualifying for selection through his American father and he would go on to earn 69 caps for Team USA between 2010-17.