Condition: 8/10 Excellent. One tiny faint dot mark on the chest. The flag pattern has lifted a little from the shoulder
Size: Adult XXL
Chest Measurement: 47-49 Inches / 119-124 CM
Colour: Red, white & gold trim
Material: 81.5% Polyester 18.5% Nylon
Seasons: 2006/2007 & 2007/2008
Player: John Terry
Official Umbro England away football shirt from the 2006/07 international season. Complete with Terry #6 on the front & back of the shirt in official lettering.
Condition of this vintage football jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. One tiny faint dot mark on the chest. The flag pattern has lifted a little from the shoulder (see photos).
Terry cemented his place in the England squad by being selected for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. In a warm-up match for that tournament against Hungary on 30 May 2006, Terry scored his first goal for England, the team's second in a 3–1 victory. Despite an injury scare in a friendly against Jamaica, he recovered to play in England's opening fixture against Paraguay, a 1–0 victory.
In the next match against Trinidad and Tobago, Carlos Edwards beat England's Paul Robinson to a cross and as Stern John bundled a header towards the goal, Terry cleared the ball off the line with an overhead kick. In the quarter-finals match against Portugal, Terry played the entire match, but England lost on penalties and he was left in tears with his fellow players. Six days later, he was the only English player to be named in the tournament's all-star squad.
On 10 August 2006, Steve McClaren named John Terry as the England captain, succeeding David Beckham. McClaren said, "Choosing a captain is one of the most important decisions a coach has to make. I'm certain I've got the right man in John Terry. I'm convinced he will prove to be one of the best captains England has ever had." Terry scored a goal on his debut as the England captain, in a friendly international against Greece.
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