Phil Neal #2 England National Team Match Worn Shirt vs Argentina National Team for official friendly Pre World Cup 1978 match played at Argentina, June 12, 1977.
Unique rare red away ADMIRAL model used just 3 matches Air-tech designed by Admiral (See pictures)!!!
Provenance: *Player Collection* swap after the match.
Philip George Neal (born 20 February 1951) is an English retired footballer who played for Northampton Town, Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers as a full back. He is one of the most successful English players of all time, having won eight First Divisions, four League Cups, five FA Charity Shields, four European Cups, one UEFA Cup and one UEFA Super Cup during his eleven years at Liverpool. He later returned to Bolton Wanderers as manager, leading them to victory in the Football League Trophy before spells managing Coventry City, Cardiff City and Manchester City. Neal also had a long career with the England national team, winning 50 caps and playing in the 1982 World Cup. He would go on to be England's assistant manager under Graham Taylor. Phil Neal's nickname whilst at Liverpool was Zico – a reference to the Brazilian play maker and a compliment to Neal, who was known for scoring important goals throughout the club's history. Phil's son, Ashley Neal, also became a footballer.
Shirt details: Admiral trademark. Admiral logo stitched on the shirt. England shield stitched on the shirt. Number stitched on the shirt. See photos for all details!!