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Lot # 69: *Rare* Uri Malmilian #10 Beitar Jerusalem (Israel) Match Worn Shirt for Exhibition & Friendlies During Season 1988-89 (Israel National Team Legend)

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Uri Malmilian #10 Beitar Jerusalem (Israel) Match Worn Shirt for Season 1988-89 in friendlies and exhibition official and unofficial matches.

Additional New Info for bidders-

Uri Malmilian used shirt #8 most of the games and some #11 and #10.
During International season that cover many exhibition (those used different sponsors sometimes) for example as friendly official and un-official matches against Argentina teams. Very rare shirt and example.

Provenance: Former Argentine Israel League Player.

Uri Malmilian (born April 24, 1957) is an Israeli former football player and current manager. Born in the neighbourhood of Mamilla in Jerusalem, Israel, Malmilian had a memorable playing career in the Liga Leumit at Beitar Jerusalem. He is regarded as one of the best Israeli players ever. Malmilian joined the youth system of Beitar at an early age. At the age of sixteen(16), Malmilian had his first appearance in the senior team of Beitar. In this first match he scored a stunning goal from a corner kick. Malmilian had his big breakthrough in the 1976 season. He led the squad to the second place of the league and won Beitar's first important trophy, the Israeli Cup, after his goal in the 90th minute in the Final sealed the title. He was chosen as Player of the Season and was convoked to the National Team even before at the age of 18. This made Uri the youngest player ever to be convoked to Israel national football team. In 1979 Malmilian received a lucrative offer from French club Paris Saint-Germain but he decided to keep playing with Beitar. In the next few years he formed a devastating trio with team-mates Danny Neuman and Victor Levy. In 1986 Malmilian was the Top Scorer of the Israeli league with 14 goals in 30 matches. In 1987, he coupled with Eli Ohana to bring the club its first championship. In 1989, he won another Israeli Cup and then surprisingly announced a move to rival club Maccabi Tel Aviv. With Maccabi, Malmilian won another championship in 1992.In 1993 Malmilian retired from active play.

Shirt details: Diadora trademark. Made in Israel. Size XL. All details stamped in flock - felt material. See photos for all details!!

 

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