EUROPEAN CLUBS 2004-05 Shelbourne Match Issue UEFA Cup Away Shirt Moore #16 famous personal jersey GD59563 GD59563

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Condition of shirt - ExcellentSize - XLCondition details - Pristine material look and feel, patch, sponsor and printing are great Made by - UmbroPlayer - Former Ireland international left wing wizard Alan Moore #16 Player issue features - Correct player size print and UEFA Cup patch professionally heat pressed, comes from the players own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be providedNotes - Very rare player shirt believed to have been issued to Moore for the 2004-05 UEFA Cup 1st Round 2nd leg against Lille played at Stadium Nord on the 30th September '04.This was an historic campaign for Shels as they became the first Irish team to make it to the 3rd Qualifying Round after seeing off KR Reykjavik and enjoying a thrilling victory over Hajduk Split at Tolka Park. This set up a mouthwatering tie with Spanish giants Deportivo La Coruña. The Reds managed to hold the La Liga outfit to a 0-0 draw on home soil before finally succumbing to the pressure in the Riazor. That defeat meant Shelbourne moved into the UEFA Cup and were drawn against Lille and yet again there was more magic as they came from 2-0 down at home to draw 2-2 so they travelled to France with hope. Claude Puel's men were able to win 2-0 though at the Métropole and end the sides European adventure. Moore was an integral member of this famous team scoring home and away against Hajduk Split and played for 66 minutes of this match with Lille. The former Middlesbrough star who won 8 caps for Ireland in the mid 90's spent three seasons with the club with this being his first