Condition of shirt - Excellent
Size - Large
Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, sponsor is printed within the material, some colour run to sleeve patches resulting in a few red marks to sleeves, print is great, nice material feel
Made by - Puma
Player - Hard working defender Stephen Wright #24
Player issue features - Correct player size print and Johnstone's Paint Trophy sleeve patches professionally heat pressed, 'Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final Wembley 3rd April 2011' embroidery around club badge, comes from the player's own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided
Notes - Ultra rare player shirt believed to have been issued to Wright for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final against Carlisle, played at Wembley on 3rd April 2011. The Bees had beaten the likes of Swindon, Charlton and Exeter to reach the final against a strong Carlisle side. The Cumbrians ultimately triumphed in front of 40,000 at Wembley thanks to Peter Murphy's first half goal. Jeffrey Schlupp hit the post for the Londoners in the second half but Brentford couldn't find the equaliser. Wright was an unused substitute for this match, this was the former Liverpool man's one and only season at Griffin Park after joining the club from Coventry in 2010. He made 13 appearances in all competitions as the Bees finished 11th in League 1. The ex Sunderland man joined Hartlepool at the end of the season as his career winded down.