Jean Djorkaeff #2 France National Team Match Worn Shirt-Maillot against Argentina National Team for International Friendly Match played at France, June 3, 1965.
Museum Piece. Special jersey with match date. Provenance: Argentina National Team 1965 player, José Ramos Delgado.
Jean Djorkaeff (born 27 October 1939) is a French former football player and manager who played as a defender.
Djorkaeff was born in the French commune of Charvieu, located in the département of Isère. He was born to a Kalmyk father and Polish mother. Djorkaeff made his debut as a professional footballer playing for Lyon in a match against Limoges on 28 December 1958. Though he started out as a striker, he was famous for his work as central defender and appeared in over 500 matches in the French football league. He spent a total of 16 seasons with the league, during which he played with only three clubs (eight seasons with Lyon, four with Marseille, and four with Paris FC). He won the Coupe de France (French Cup) twice, the first time with Lyons in 1964 and the second with Marseille in 1969. At international level, Djorkaeff also played for France on 48 occasions between 1964 and 1972, scoring 3 goals. He represented his nation at the 1966 FIFA World Cup.
Shirt details: Allen Sports Paris trademark. Made in France. France shield stitched with match date. Number stitched in leather material. See more details in pictures!