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Nottingham Forest home football shirt 1977/81

Sale price£250
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Condition: 9/10

Comments: Home shirt worn by Nottingham Forest during a highly successful period between 1977-81.

In 1978 Forest won the First Division and the League Cup after being promoted from the Second Division the season before. The 78-79 season was even more remarkable, they finished second in the league, won the League Cup again and won the European Cup, beating Malmo 1-0 in the Final.

Forest made history by signing Trevor Francis for £1.15m from Birmingham, the first player sold between English clubs for seven figures. Then in 1980, they amazingly retained the European Cup, beating Hamburg 1-0.

The squad also included Peter Shilton, Martin O'Neill, Archie Gemmill, Viv Anderson, Tony Woodcock and John McGovern.

Features special "European Cup Winners 1979, 1980" detail under emblem.

Partial loose hem on lower reverse (pictured).

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