Condition: 9/10 Superb (match worn jerseys can include wear from being worn. Any significant wear will be stated here)
Size: Adult’s Medium (slim fitting)
Chest Measurement: 36-38 Inches / 92-97 CM
Colour: Yellow trim
Material: 91% Nylon 9% Spandex
Player: Joel Valentino Grant
Official Kappa home football shirt from the 2014 international season. Complete with #15 on the back of the shirt in official numbering.
This is a match issue jersey, purchased from the player himself. It was either worn or issued to Joel Grant during one of his 14 international fixtures. This player issue version of the jersey features nylon manufacturer logos on the lower sides, and player size numbers on the chest and rear.
A signed letter of confirmation will be provided with this jersey, including information on the origin and purchase by ourselves, from the player.
Condition of this vintage soccer jersey is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).
On 25 June 2008 Grant joined Crewe Alexandra for £130,000, signing a three-year contract. The fee represented a club record sale for Aldershot Town. Grant scored his first goal for Crewe with a marvellous run and step over in the 2–1 win over Walsall at Gresty Road. The goal was shown as the Big Skill on Big League Weekend 2 on Sky Sports due to the step over. In 2009–10, Grant had a productive second season at Crewe, contributing nine goals and several assists marshalling the left wing.
He was released from the club in May 2011, having been limited to 28 appearances in the 2010–11 campaign.
Grant signed for Wycombe Wanderers on 27 May 2011 on a free transfer.
Grant signed a two-year deal with Championship side Yeovil Town on 26 June 2013. Grant made his debut for Yeovil in their Football League Cup first round victory over Southend United, on 6 August 2013.
Grant was released at the end of the 2014–15 season following Yeovil's relegation to League Two.
On 21 August 2015, Grant joined Exeter City as the 1931 fan-funded player.
At the end of the 2016–17 season, Grant turned down the offer of a new contract with Exeter, to sign for their Devon rivals Plymouth Argyle. Grant operated as a traditional winger for most of his first season in the team. With manager Derek Adams opting for 4-2-3-1 and 4-3-3 formations for the first half of the 2017/18 season, Grant featured heavily but, once Adams switched to 4-3-2-1 and deployed Graham Carey and Ruben Lameiras as inside forwards, Grant lost favour and was only involved as a defensive substitute or a backup striker. To counteract this, he evolved tactically in the following 2018/19 season and began to exhibit traits more associated with inside forwards than traditional wingers. Consequently, the rates at which he completed dribbles, created chances and scored goals increased.
He was offered a new contract by Plymouth Argyle at the end of the 2018–19 season. He signed a new contract in June 2019. In October 2019 he scored in his third game in a row, and was praised by manager Ryan Lowe.
On 19 September 2020, Grant joined Swindon Town on a one-year deal following a successful trial. On 14 May 2021 it was announced that he would leave Swindon at the end of the season, following the expiry of his contract.
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