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2005/06 Celtic 2005/06 SPL Away Football Shirt (S)

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Relive Stiliyan Petrov's 2005/2006 Scottish Premier League season with this original Nike Celtic away long sleeve football shirt.

Player
Stiliyan Petrov
Seasons
2005/2006
Size
Adults Small
Condition
8.5/10 Excellent. Little scuff on the rear name set. (see photos).
Chest measurement
36-38 Inches / 95-101 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Puma
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
Green, white trim

Official Nike Celtic away long sleeve football shirt from the 2005/2006 season. Complete with Petrov #19 on the back of the shirt in SPL lettering.

The condition of this vintage football shirt is 8.5/10 Excellent. Little scuff on the rear name set. (see photos).

All size and manufacturers label present (see photos). The material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers, and patches are all in superb condition.

Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.

The 200506 season was a time of great change for Celtic. Martin O'Neill the club's most successful manager in 20 years left and new managerÌ_Gordon StrachanÌ_came in. Things started badly for Celtic as they lost 50 to Slovakian minnowsÌ_Artmedia BratislavaÌ_in Strachan's first match. Celtic then managed to throw away a 31 lead over MotherwellÌ_to draw Strachan's first league match 44, re-unitedÌ_although Petrov later helped Celtic exact revenge over theÌ_Fir ParkÌ_side by scoring his first hat-trick in a 50 demolition in October that year. Celtic overcame their bad start to the campaign to win the SPL and League Cup double.

The 200506 season proved to be his last at Celtreunited with former manager Martin O'Neill at Aston Villa for a fee of å£6.5 million rising to å£8 million after clauses.This was after a long transfer saga in which Stiliyan Petrov was linked to almost every mid-table side in England. He only made 3 appearances for Celtic before leaving in the summer transfer window.

In all, Petrov made 312 appearances for Celtic over seven years, scoring 55 goals. He won the SPL four times and also won both the Scottish and Scottish League Cup 3 times each. He was the tenth most prolific goalscorer in the SPLÌ_(55 goals) when he left Celtic.



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