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Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL
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Newcastle United 95/97 • Home Shirt • XL

Vendor
Adidas
Regular price
€95,00
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€95,00
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Team: Newcastle United

Season: 95/97 (95/96, 96/97)

Brand: Adidas

Size: XL

Measurements: pit to pit: 64cm, length: 73cm

Kit: Home

Condition: 9/10 (almost as new, impeccable)

Players: Shearer, Asprilla, Ginola, Beardsley, Ferdinand, Batty, Gillespie, Lee

Story of the shirt:

Probably the most classic Newcastle shirt ever, this legendary Adidas effort was worn by the club across two seasons, one of which – 95/96 – has remained infamous on Tyneside ever since. With Kevin Keegan as manager, the Magpies stormed to a 12 point lead by January, and looked odds on for the title with 15 games to go. However a collection of poor performances and dropped points allowed Man United to play an unprobable game of catch up, and somehow Newcastle were eventually pipped to the title by just 4 points on the final day of the season, robbing them of what would have been their first league win since 1927.