Wednesday, February 25, 2009

1972-73, Manchester United Third Kit

For the 1972-73 season United wore a third choice kit against the likes of Southampton, Stoke City, Sunderland and Sheffield United. A yellow jersey with a blue floppy collar, blue shorts and yellow socks. This shirt printed 'BEST' with No. 7

Born May 22, 1946 in Belfast, he was, in some eyes, the greatest talent the game of Football has ever seen. He was football's first superstar and his fans considered it a tragedy when he walked out on Manchester United in 1972 at the age of 27. Best had it all, superb balance, two good feet, brilliant dribbling skills, a powerful shot, he was even good in the air.

The sixties were Best's heyday, he won a Championship medal twice, a European Cup medal and in 1968 was the European Footballer of the Year. Best's decline is well documented, but ultimately he should be remembered for what he was - a footballing genius.

Size available : M, L & XL (Limited Stock)

1978-79, Manchester United Home Shirt

The 1978-79 season marked 100 years of Manchester United. To commemorate the landmark, Admiral produced a special kit with thicker white stripes on the sleeves. The club badge was adjusted to include the dates 1878 and 1978 and was reproduced without the white background. The words 'Manchester United Football Club' were also replaced with 'Manchester United Centenary'.

Selling Price : BND55.00
Size Available : M, L & XL with limited stock

Monday, February 16, 2009

1997-MUFC Collectors Card Series

This Limited Edition of MUFC Collectors Card Series is exclusively recorded the MUFC 1997's first team, reserve players inclusive MUFC's Legends i.e. Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best, Dennis Law and many more...