Condition: 8/10 Excellent. A couple of small light pulls on the lower front. One tiny hole near the lower front hem
Size: Adult’s XXL
Chest Measurement: 48-50 Inches / 122-127 CM
Colour: White, red & green trim
Seasons: 1993/1994 & 1994/1995
Official Umbro Wales away football shirt from the 1993/94 international season.
Condition of this classic football jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. A couple of small light pulls on the lower front. One tiny hole near the lower front hem (see photos).
Under Terry Yorath Wales attained their highest FIFA ranking until then of 27th in August 1993. Wales came close, once again, to qualifying for a major championship when they came within a whisker of reaching the 1994 World Cup. Needing to win the final game of the group at home to Romania, Paul Bodin missed a penalty when the scores were level 1–1; the miss was immediately followed by Romania taking the lead and going on to win 2–1.
Following the failure to qualify Yorath's contract as manager of the national side was not renewed by the FAW and John Toshack, then manager of Real Sociedad, was appointed as a part-time manager. However, Toshack resigned after just one game – a 3–1 defeat to Norway – citing problems with the FAW as his reason for leaving, although he was sure to have been shocked at being booed off the pitch at Ninian Park by the Welsh fans still reeling from the dismissal of Yorath.
Mike Smith took the Wales manager role for the second time at the start of the Euro 96 qualifiers but Wales slipped to embarrassing defeats against Moldova and Georgia before Bobby Gould was appointed in June 1995.
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