EUROPEAN CLUBS 2001 Anzhi Makhachkala Match Worn UEFA Cup Home L/S Shirt Tcimbalar #20 Quality Football Team VG79879 VG79879

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Condition of shirt - ExcellentSize - LargeCondition details - Very bright colours, pristine material feel with just a light bobbling, crest and printing are greatMade by - KappaPlayer - Former Russia international midfielder Ilya Tsymbalar #20 Player issue features - Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, flock crest, made from 87% nylon and 13% lycra in Italy, design not commercially available, swapped with a Rangers player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be providedNotes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Tsymbalar in the UEFA Cup 1st Round match against Glasgow Rangers played at the Polish Army Stadium, Warsaw on the 27th September 2001. This controversial tie had to be moved to Warsaw from Dagestan due to security issues in neighbouring Chechnya and was played as a one-off fixture rather than a two legged tie. After a long wait for the game to be arranged and played there was a long wait too for a goal, unfortunately for Anzhi it was Rangers who got it with Bert Konterman sealing a 1-0 win with an 84th minute effort. The former Chornomorets Odessa and Spartak Moscow star Tsymbalar played the full match wearing this superb Kappa Kombat shirt and had only recently moved to the club this year, the veteran hung up his boots in 2002. The 1995 Russian Footballer of the Year who had gone to USA '94 and Euro '96 sadly passed away in 2013 aged only 44