• 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)

  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)
  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)
  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)
  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)
  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)
  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)
  • 1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)

1999/00 Newcastle United Home Premier League Football Shirt Shearer #9 (L)

Condition: 9/10 Superb

Size: Adult's Large

Chest Measurement: 42-44 Inches / 106-112 CM

Manufacturer: Adidas

Colour: Black & white, blue stripes

Material: Polyester

Seasons: 1999/2000

Player: Alan Shearer

Patches: N/A

 

Official Adidas Newcastle United home football shirt from the 1999/00 season. Complete with Shearer #9 on the back of the shirt in official Lextra Premier League lettering.

Condition of this original football shirt is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).

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

On the opening day of the 1999–2000 season, Shearer received the first red card of his career in his 100th appearance for Newcastle. After dropping Shearer to the bench in a Tyne-Wear derby loss against Sunderland, the unpopular Gullit resigned to be replaced by the 66-year-old Bobby Robson. Despite Gullit giving Shearer the captain's armband, reports of a rift between club captain and manager were rife, Gullit's decision to drop Shearer proved deeply unpopular with fans and his departure capped a dismal start to the season. 

The animosity between Shearer and Gullit was later confirmed by the latter, who reported telling the striker that he was "...the most overrated player I have ever seen." Ironically, Robson had tried to sign Shearer for Barcelona in 1997, making a bid of £20million which would have seen Shearer break the world's transfer fee record for the second time in 12 months. However, then Newcastle manager Kenny Dalglish rejected the offer.

In Robson's first match in charge, Shearer scored five goals in an 8–0 defeat of Sheffield Wednesday. With Robson in charge, the team moved away from the relegation zone, finishing in mid-table and reached the FA Cup semi-finals, but a third consecutive final was beyond them as they were beaten by Chelsea. Shearer missed only one league game and notched up 23 goals.

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