Umbro - Ajax 1999/00 Away Football Shirt
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9/10 - Very good condition, almost new. Few signs of wear.
8/10 - Good condition, used but maintained well. Signs of wear.
7/10 - Used with love, clear signs of wear such as scratches, star loss etc.
6/10 - The last dance, looks for a new owner for the last time.
We call our used items "Pre-Loved" as they have been worn with care and love.
Team - Ajax
Kit Type - Away
Sleeve Length - Short Sleeve
Condition - Pre-Loved
The 1999/00 season was a transitional period for AFC Ajax, the historically successful Dutch football club. Here's a breakdown of that season for Ajax:
Eredivisie: Ajax finished in the fifth position in the Eredivisie. This meant they didn't secure a spot in the Champions League for the following season, which was a disappointment given the club's stature and ambitions.
KNVB Cup: Ajax had a successful run in the KNVB Cup, reaching the final. However, they were defeated by Roda JC, which meant they ended the season without domestic silverware.
UEFA Champions League: Ajax's Champions League campaign was short-lived. They were knocked out in the third qualifying round by Grazer AK of Austria. This meant they didn't progress to the group stages of the competition.
UEFA Cup: Following their exit from the Champions League, Ajax entered the UEFA Cup. However, they were knocked out in the third round by Spanish club Celta Vigo.
Manager: Jan Wouters started the season as the head coach of Ajax. However, due to unsatisfactory results and performances, he was replaced by Hans Westerhof as the interim manager during the latter part of the season.
Key Players: Some of the standout players for Ajax during this period included Shota Arveladze, Richard Knopper, and Cristian Chivu. However, it's worth noting that this was a period when many of the stars of the mid-'90s had left the club, and Ajax was in a phase of rebuilding.
Notable Moments: The season was marked by inconsistency in performances. While Ajax showcased their potential in some matches, they also had a fair share of setbacks. The managerial change from Wouters to Westerhof indicated the club's desire to get back on track, but it was clear that the team was in a transition phase.
Off the pitch: The late 1990s and early 2000s marked a period of transformation for Ajax. They were adapting to the departures of some key players from their golden mid-'90s era and were trying to integrate new talents into the team.
This is a pre-loved shirt in very good condition.