Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Couple of light line pulls
Size: Adult’s Medium
Chest Measurement: 38-40 Inches / 97-101 CM
Colour: Light blue, navy & white trim
Player: Steve McManaman
Official Adidas Real Madrid 3rd kit football shirt from the 1999/00 season. Complete with Mcmanaman #8 on the back of the shirt in official lettering.
Condition of this original football shirt is 8/10 - Excellent. Couple of light line pulls (see photos).
All size and manufacturers labels present. Material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers and patches are all also in superb condition.
Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing. A classic player and a great piece of football memorabilia.
McManaman made his Real Madrid debut for Madrid on 22 August 1999 in the 2–1 La Liga win over RCD Mallorca at the Son Moix stadium, Mallorca, where he assisted Fernando Morientes in scoring the injury time winner. He scored his first goal for the club a week later on his home debut on the 29 August, in a 4–1 thumping of Numancia at the Bernabéu.
In December 1999 to January 2000, McManaman and the Madrid team took part in the controversial inaugural FIFA Club World Championships in Rio de Janeiro, where McManaman missed an injury time chance to win the game, and then the penalty kick against Necaxa that would have sent Madrid into 3rd place. McManaman and the team then returned to Spain and established themselves as the side that went all the way to the Champions League Final in 2000, under new coach Vicente del Bosque, who had replaced John Toshack in November.
McManaman's form in the build-up saw him receive several man of the match awards, forming a strong midfield partnership with Fernando Redondo, as Madrid beat holders Manchester United and Bayern Munich to reach the final. It was at this 2000 UEFA Champions League Final at the Stade de France in Paris that McManaman experienced his finest hour as a player – scoring a spectacular volley in a 3–0 victory over fellow Spanish side Valencia. His performance on this greatest of club football stages saw him hailed the man of the match by the English press, a view endorsed by his Madrid team-mate Ivan Helguera. His part in Madrid's eighth European Cup win saw him become the first English player ever to win Europe's premier club competition with a foreign club.
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