Umbro - Manchester United 1995/96 Home Football Shirt 'CANTONA'
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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.
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Team - Manchester United
Player Name - CANTONA
Kit Type - Home
Sleeve Length - Short Sleeve
Condition - Pre-Loved
The 1995/96 season was a historic one for Manchester United under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson. The team clinched the Premier League title for the third time in a row, securing their third consecutive English league championship. Eric Cantona, wearing the iconic number 7 jersey, played a pivotal role in Manchester United's success. His creativity, goal-scoring ability, and leadership on the field were instrumental in the team's triumph. Cantona's contributions were vital in securing crucial points throughout the season.
This shirt comes with player name 'CANTONA' printed on the back. It's a pre-loved item in very good condition.
Eric Cantona: Cantona was undoubtedly the standout player for Manchester United that season. His creativity, goal-scoring ability, and leadership on the field were instrumental in the team's success.
Ryan Giggs: Giggs' pace, skill, and ability to create scoring opportunities made him a key player for Manchester United. He contributed with crucial assists and goals throughout the season.
David Beckham: Beckham's precise crossing and set-piece abilities added a new dimension to Manchester United's attacking play. He became known for his exceptional free-kicks and long-range shots.
Manchester United 1-0 Liverpool (FA Cup Final, May 11, 1996): Eric Cantona scored the only goal of the match with a memorable volley, securing the FA Cup for Manchester United and completing the domestic double.
Manchester United 2-0 Newcastle United (April 27, 1996): In a crucial title-deciding match, Manchester United defeated Newcastle United with Cantona scoring one of the goals, helping United take a significant step towards winning the Premier League title.
Manchester United 3-2 Juventus (UEFA Champions League Semi-final, April 21, 1996): In a thrilling Champions League semi-final, Manchester United came from behind to defeat Juventus, advancing to the final on aggregate goals, with Cantona playing a key role.