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Manchester United away football shirt 1995/96

Sale price£135
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Condition: 8/10

Player: #17 Andy Cole

Comments: Famous away shirt worn by Manchester United against Southampton which saw the Red Devils 3-0 down at halftime. The players claimed they could not see each other, as the shirts blended with the crowd. The shirt only lasted the first half as Sir Alex Ferguson insisted they changed to their third kit for the second half. The shirt has since become known as 'the invisible shirt'.

Features original felt print for striker Andy Cole who scored 121 goals for United in 275 appearances.

The squad also included Eric Cantona, Steve Bruce, Andriy Kanchelskis, Ryan Giggs, Lee Sharpe, Dennis Irwin and Roy Keane.

Minor friction bobbling and few tiny scuffs to lower torso (pictured).

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