Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Few tiny light dots near collar. Couple of tiny wear dots on the chest
Size: Adults Large
Chest Measurement: 41-43 Inches / 103-109 CM
Colour: Orange, white - red - blue trim
Seasons: 1991/1992 & 1992/1993 & 1993/1994
Player: Ruud Gullit (#10 squad number)
Official Lotto Netherlands home long sleeve player issue football shirt from the 1991/92 international season. Complete with #10 on the back of the shirt.
This player issue jersey features the correct size number printed in to the material on the rear, a more durable and flexible material mix of Polyester & Tactel, and a different collar label compared with commercial replica versions.
Condition of this original football jersey is 8/10 – Excellent. Few tiny light dots near collar. Couple of tiny wear dots on the chest (see photos).
All size and manufacturers labels present. Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking jersey, ideal for a collector or for framing.
1992 saw the Netherlands again among the favourites for silverware in Sweden at Euro 1992. Gullit appeared in imperious form against Scotland in their opening game of the tournament as he supplied Dennis Bergkamp with an easy goal. But after drawing with Russia and beating Germany, the Netherlands suffered a shock exit on penalties to Denmark, who ended up winning the championship's Henri Delaunay Trophy.
In 1993, Gullit and Netherlands manager Dick Advocaat began what was to be a long-running dispute which ultimately ended Gullit's international career. Advocaat's decision to play Gullit on the right side of midfield in a game against England at Wembley, rather than his usual central position, upset Gullit and this was exacerbated by his substitution for Marc Overmars. Gullit refused to play for the national team following this but later changed his mind and agreed to return, facing Scotland in May 1994. Shortly before the 1994 World Cup, Gullit walked out of the pre-tournament training camp and would never play international football again. In December 2013, while appearing on Dutch television program Studio Voetbal, Gullit and Advocaat stated they were both at fault in the matter and regretted it.
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