Condition: 7/10 Good. Wear to the sponsor and rear name & number
Chest Measurement: 34-36 Inches / 87-91 CM
Colour: Blue, black & white trim
Official Umbro Everton home football shirt from the 1996/1997 season.
This was the last season before standardised Premier League lettering was introduced at the beginning of the 1997/98 season.
Condition of this vintage football jersey is 7/10 – Good. Wear to the sponsor and rear name & number (see photos).
In his first season at the club, Barmby and his new team found themselves in a Premier League relegation battle. However, they survived with a 15th-place finish as Barmby made 25 league appearances and scored four goals. He managed just two goals from 30 appearances the following season as Everton finished just one place above relegation. Injuries restricted him to appearing in just 24 out of 38 league appearances in 1998–99, as he scored three goals.
His final season at Goodison Park saw him miss just one league game and find the net nine times, though Everton finished only in 13th place. On 26 February 2000, Barmby scored a hat-trick in a 4–0 win against West Ham United.
After nearly four years at Everton, during which Barmby played 114 league games and scored 18 goals, he headed across Stanley Park to Liverpool for a fee of £6 million on 19 July 2000. It was the first time since striker Dave Hickson in 1959 that Everton had sold a player to Liverpool – although six players had moved in the opposite direction in the 41 years between Barmby's transfer and that of Hickson.
Manchester United also expressed an interest in signing Barmby to cover for their missing players at the start of the 2000–01 season, but they were eventually outbid.
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