EREDIVISIE 2001-02 Feyenoord Match Worn UEFA Cup Away Shirt Rzasa #3 2018 short sleeve soccer jerseys RJ64935 RJ64935

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Condition of shirt - Excellent
Condition details - Very bright colours, pristine material feel, printing is great, some mud marks on back
Made by - Kappa
Player - Reliable Poland international left back Tomasz Rząsa #3
Player issue features - Correct player size print professionally heat pressed, small size sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, made from 90% polyester and 10% lycra in Italy, no Feyenoord/Kappa patch on lower front, not commercially available to this specification, swapped with a PSV player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided
Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Rząsa in the UEFA Cup Quarter Final 1st leg against PSV played at Philips Stadion on the 14th March 2002. The longstanding Eredivisie rivals went head to head in European competition for the first time ever here and the ties did not disappoint. Rząsa played the full match as Feyenoord left Eindhoven with a draw and away goal. van Hooijdonk gave the vistors the lead on the stroke of half-time but it was short lived with Kezman equalising just two minutes into the second half and the match ended in a 1-1 draw. The second leg at de Kuip was a classic and also finished 1-1 going to be a penalty shoot-out where De Trots van Zuid triumphed. Bert van Marwijk's men knew the Final was being held at their stadium and it proved inspirational as they went on to win the trophy and claim their first European title since 1974. Rząsa joined the club in '99 and spent 4 years as a regular of the side before moving to Partizan Belgrade. The full back represented his country 36 times and his fine form earned him a place in the 2002 World Cup squad this year