2011-12 Dijon FCO Match Issue Home L/S Shirt Varrault #27 (v Bordeaux)

2011-12 Dijon FCO Match Issue Home L/S Shirt Varrault #27 (v Bordeaux)
2011-12 Dijon FCO Match Issue Home L/S Shirt Varrault #27 (v Bordeaux) 2011-12 Dijon FCO Match Issue Home L/S Shirt Varrault #27 (v Bordeaux) 2011-12 Dijon FCO Match Issue Home L/S Shirt Varrault #27 (v Bordeaux)

2011-12 Dijon FCO Match Issue Home L/S Shirt Varrault #27 (v Bordeaux)

£119.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - Large


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


Made by - Nike


Player - Experienced left-back and new summer signing Cédric Varrault #27


Player issue features - Correct player size print and Ligue sleeve patch professionally heat pressed, additional sponsors to front, reverse and sleeves, swapped with a Bordeaux 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 issued to Varrault for the Ligue 1 match against Bordeaux, played at Stade Gaston Gérard on 19th November 2011. The first meeting between the sides this season resulted in an historic win for Les Moutardes. Brice Jovial opened the scoring for the hosts midway through the second half with a nice header from Éric Bauthéac's long ball and they doubled their lead just minutes later through a close range Benjamin Corgnet goal. A second yellow card for Damien Marcq did make for a nervy finish as the side played with 10 men for the last 6 minutes but they held on for a big 2-0 win. Varrault was an unused substitute for this match, the former Nice and Saint-Étienne man was in his first season with the club after joining from Greek outfit Panionios in the summer of 2011, he made 27 appearances in all competitions for the side as they couldn't survive their first ever season in Ligue 1 slumping to a 19th place finish. The left-back went on to enjoy a lengthy spell with the club staying with them until 2018 and helping them return to the top flight in 2016.