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2008/09 Man Utd Away Premier League Football Shirt Berbatov #9 (L)

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Relive Dimitar Berbatov's 2008/2009 Premier League season with this original Nike Manchester United away long sleeve football shirt.

Dimitar Berbatov
8.5/10 - Excellent
Chest measurement
41-43 Inches / 105-111 CM
Shirt manufacturer
Shirt Colour
White, blue & red trim

Official Nike Man Utd away long sleeve football shirt from the 2008/2009 season. Complete with Berbatov #9 on the back of the shirt in Premier League lettering.

The condition of this vintage football shirt is 8.5/10 Excellent (see photos).

The material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing and a great piece of football memorabilia.

Berbatov moved to Manchester United on 1 September 2008, costing the club å£30.75 million and signing a four-year contract.Ì_Tottenham had also accepted a bid from Manchester City, but Berbatov claimed after signing for United that he "would not even have thought about Manchester City".Ì_ArsenalÌ_managerÌ_ArsíÂne Wenger, meanwhile, accused Tottenham of having used the complaint to the Premier League to negotiate a higher price for Berbatov from Manchester United.

Berbatov marked his Manchester United debut away at Liverpool with an assist for aÌ_Carlos TevezÌ_goal, but United lost the game 21.Ì_His first two goals for the club came in the 30 wins away toÌ_Aalborg BKÌ_in theÌ_Champions League group stageÌ_on 30 September 2008.Ì_He netted his first league goals in Manchester United colours during a 40 victory overÌ_West Bromwich Albion. Alex Ferguson defended Berbatov after he was criticized for missing a penalty during theÌ_2008-09 FA CupÌ_semi-final againstÌ_Everton, which Manchester United eventually lost by a penalty shoot-out.

Soon after, Berbatov scored the fifth of United's goals as they came back from 20 down at half-time to win 52 against his former team, Tottenham Hotspur.Ì_When Manchester United won the Premier League on 16 May 2009, Berbatov became the first Bulgarian to play in an English Premier League title-winning team.

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