Condition: - 7.5/10 – Very good. Little light wear on the lower front. Small light mark on the main sponsor (see photos).
Shirt Size: - Adults Medium
Chest Measurement: - 38-40 Inches / 99-106 CM
Shirt Manufacturer: - Adidas
Shirt Colour: - Green, white trim
Shirt Material: - Polyester
Seasons: - 1991/1992
Player: - N/A
Patches: - N/A
Official Adidas Liverpool away football shirt from the 1991/1992 season.
Condition of this vintage football shirt is 7.5/10 – Very good. Little light wear on the lower front. Small light mark on the main sponsor (see photos).
Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing and a great piece of football memorabilia.
1991-92 was the first full season as manager of Liverpool F.C. for Graeme Souness. The manager needed heart surgery in April, only to be present at Liverpool won the final of the FA Cup the following month. However, it was a disappointing season in the league for Liverpool, whose sixth place finish was their first outside the top two since 1981.
Souness reshaped his side substantially over the close season. Out went older players including Peter Beardsley, David Speedie and Gary Gillespie as well as the young Steve Staunton, and in came £2.9million national record signing Dean Saunders from Derby County along with his Derby colleague, defender Mark Wright. He also forked out for Rangers midfielder Mark Walters and blooded in young talent in midfield in the shape of Steve McManaman and Jamie Redknapp, and just after the season began he drafted in Rob Jones from Fourth Division Crewe Alexandra, and within a few months the player, barely in his twenties, was representing England at senior level.
On his way out of Anfield halfway through the season was winger Steve McMahon to Manchester City, followed by defender Barry Venison to Newcastle United at the end of it. Mid season also saw the arrival of midfielder Michael Thomas from Arsenal, two and a half years after the player's goal for his former club had denied Liverpool the league title. Thomas ended the season by scoring one of Liverpool's two goals in the FA Cup final against Sunderland, the other coming from Ian Rush.