• 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)

  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)
  • 1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)

1993/94 Newcastle United Away Football Shirt Cole #9 (XL)


£119.95 GBP

Relive Andy Cole’s 1993/1994 season with this original Asics Newcastle United away football shirt.

Player
Andy Cole
Seasons
1993/1994 & 1994/1995
Size
Adults Extra Large
Condition
9.5/10 - Superb, unworn.
Chest measurement
44-46 Inches / 111-117 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Asics
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
Blue, black & white trim

Official Asics Newcastle United away football shirt from the 1993/1994 season. Complete with Cole #9 on the back of the shirt.

Condition of this vintage football shirt is 9.5/10 – Superb, unworn.

All size and manufacturers labels present (see photos). Material is bright, vivid and smooth.

Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing. A classic player and a great piece of football memorabilia.

In February 1993, Division One leaders Newcastle United splashed out a then club record £1.75 million for his services. He then scored 12 goals in as many league games as the Magpies cruised to the Division One title and won promotion to the Premier League. His 12 goals included two hat-tricks, the first against Barnsley on 7 April, the second on the final day of the season in a 7–1 hammering of Leicester City. He also scored the first of the club's two goals in their 2–0 promotion clinching win over Grimsby Town at Blundell Park on 4 May.

After David Kelly was sold to Wolverhampton Wanderers, manager Kevin Keegan brought in Peter Beardsley as Cole's strike partner for the 1993–94 Premier League campaign.

Cole scored 34 goals in 40 games during Newcastle's first Premier League season as they finished third and qualified for the UEFA Cup. Cole scored a total of 41 goals in all competitions – breaking the club's goalscoring record which had been set by Hughie Gallacher nearly 70 years earlier (Gallacher still holds the record for the highest number of league goals in a season with 36). His first top division goal was in a 1–1 draw against defending league champions Manchester United (who went on to win the double) at Old Trafford on 21 August. This was Newcastle's first goal in the Premier League.

Exactly three months later, he scored all three goals as the Magpies crushed Liverpool 3–0 at home. Another hat-trick followed against Coventry City in late February and with Peter Beardsley almost as lethal as his strike partner, the Magpies finished third in the league and qualified for the UEFA Cup for the first time since the 1970s. Cole was subsequently voted PFA Young Player of the Year for that season.

Cole then scored nine Premier League goals in 18 games for Newcastle after the start of the 1994–95 season, and also scored a hat-trick against Royal Antwerp in the UEFA Cup.

In all, Cole hit 68 goals in 84 games for Newcastle giving him a strike rate of 81%. In terms of goals per game for Newcastle, only Hughie Gallacher has a better record. His last goal for the Magpies came in the 1–1 home draw with Ipswich Town on 26 November 1994.


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£119.95 GBP