Saturday, October 25, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
UPDATE : SOLD, as at 28Jan09
1980 - Manchester United home shirt 'Replica'
This less than memorable kit was worn by Lee Martin when he scored the winner against Crystal Palace in the 1980 FA Cup Final.
This jersey is one of United's most successful era spawned more utd shirts than ever before.
SELLING PRICE : BND55.00 (2 pcs only - L SIZE)
UPDATE : SOLD OUT, as at 25Dec08
1993-1994 - Manchester United home shirt 'Replica"
Umbro's new United strip for 1993-94 had a stiffer black collar, suiting Monsier Cantona, who always played with his collar up. There was also a bigger, bolder club badge and, best of all, a "watermark" photograph of Old Trafford to scare off the now-massive bootleg market. It was exceptionally popular amongst match-going fans in pub conversations who could point at their rib cage and say, "I sit just to the left of there!" - Eric Cantona
When did you come up with the idea of turning your collar up? We're you copying somebody else? It wasn't an idea. I put my shirt on. It was a cold day. The collar stayed up so I kept it like that. We won, so it became a habit to play with my collar up. - Eric Cantona
SELLING PRICE : BND55.00 (1 pc only - L size), as of 19Nov08
'They all wear number 7 they're forever United'. They are amongst MUFC greatest players of all times, George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona and David Beckham.
"I've been playing in a number 7 shirt for the last few seasons. I never asked for that number: it happened completely by chance. It just happened because when I first joined Manchester United, Robson was injured and his number was 7"
- Eric Cantona
Who's better as your No. 7 successor: Beckham or Ronaldo? They are different players, but the influence they have on the game is the same. Beckham can help a team win a game. Ronaldo does the same. He scores more goals than Beckham, but their influence is the same. - Eric Cantona
SELLING PRICE : BND55.00 - (1 pc - L Size)
UPDATE : SOLD as at 22Dec08