• 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)

  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)
  • 2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)

2007/08 Sunderland Away Shirt (S)


£14.95 GBP

Relive Sunderland’s 2007/2008 season with this vintage Umbro away football shirt.

Player
N/A
Seasons
2007/2008
Size
Adults Small
Condition
7.5/10 – Very Good, couple of small light marks, one dot on the lower reverse, light cracking to the Umbro arm logo.
Chest measurement
36-38 Inches / 91-97 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Umbro
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
White, red & black trim

Official Umbro Sunderland away football shirt from the 2007/2008 season.

Condition of this classic football shirt is 7.5/10 – Very Good, couple of small light marks, one dot on the lower reverse, light cracking to the Umbro arm logo.

Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collection of your own.

After finishing 1st in the Championship during the 2006–07 season, Sunderland were promoted to the Premier League as champions. Sunderland had been relegated in the 2005–06 season with the record low points tally at the time of 15. The 2007–08 season was Roy Keane's first as a manager in the Premier League having won the Championship in his debut season.

Keane introduced 12 new signings in pre-season and allowed seven players to leave the club. They won their first game of the season, but subsequently started to struggle for points, winning just two games in their first 16. Their longest winning streak came towards the end of the season as they won three consecutive games. This late run helped Sunderland finish 15th, though they only managed to win two away games, of which the first came in late March.

The team suffered first round exits in two of the cup competitions they entered: in the second round of the League Cup and the third round of the FA Cup. Kenwyne Jones was the club's top goalscorer, recording 7 goals in the league. Left back Danny Collins was named as Sunderland's player of the season, while on loan centre back Jonny Evanswas named as the club's young player of the season for the second season running. The club's average attendance of 42,728 was the fifth highest in the division.


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