• 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)

  • 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)
  • 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)
  • 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)
  • 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)
  • 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)
  • 1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)

1996/97 Middlesbrough Away Football Shirt (XL)


£99.95 GBP

Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Small faint dot mark on the lower front

Size: Adult’s Extra Large

Chest Measurement: 44-46 Inches / 111-117 CM

Manufacturer: Errea

Colour: White, red & blue trim

Material: Polyester

Seasons: 1996/1997

Player: N/A

Patches: N/A

 

Official Errea Middlesbrough away football shirt from the 1996/97 season.

Condition of this official football jersey is 8/10 – Excellent. Small faint dot mark on the lower front (see photos).

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

The signings of Brazilian midfielder Emerson and Italian striker Fabrizio Ravanelli suggested that Middlesbrough could compete with the very best after finishing 12th the previous season, but ahead lay quite a unique season which ultimately ended in disappointment; though, on the goalscoring front, Middlesbrough's games were undeniably entertaining to watch, as in total, 111 goals were witnessed, the fourth highest total of goals for and against within Premier League clubs' matches.

The season though started brightly with a thrilling 3-3 draw against Liverpool with Ravanelli scoring a hat-trick on his debut. The next two home games were impressively won: 4-1 against West Ham United and 4-0 against Coventry City (with Ravanelli and Juninho scoring two goals each in that match). Their season's first away win at Everton saw them rise as high as fourth in the table; however, beginning from their 2-0 home defeat to title challengers Arsenal, they were not to win another match in 12 attempts until Boxing Day, winning the return fixture against the Toffees 4-2.

Middlesbrough also hit the headlines with two brilliant cup runs. As a club who had never won a major trophy or even reached a domestic cup final before, history was made in February when Middlesbrough reached the League Cup final. They drew 1-1 with Leicester City at Wembley in the first match, but lost the replay 1-0 at Hillsborough. Two months later, they took on Chelsea in the FA Cup final, but lost 2-0. Therefore, they became the first team to finish in the last two of all three major tournaments - eliminating Crystal Palace's distinction (attained in 1995) of finishing in the last four of all three major tournaments.


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