*Historic* Tom Forsyth #5 Scotland National Team Match Worn Shirt vs Argentina for Scotland South American Tour Match played at Argentina, June 18, 1977.
Rangers and Motherwell Legend!!
*Provenance: *ARGENTINE PLAYER COLLECTION with PICS*
Please Read: Jersey has minor holes at the bottom due to game auction and longevity (See close up pictures and size!!!)
Thomas Forsyth (23 January 1949 – 14 August 2020) was a Scottish football player and coach. Forsyth played as a defender for Motherwell, Rangers and Scotland. Forsyth started his career at junior club Stonehouse Violet, then spent five years at Motherwell, playing over 200 times for the club before being signed by Rangers in October 1972. Perhaps most famously he scored the winning goal in the 1973 Scottish Cup Final against Old Firm rivals Celtic from six inches; Forsyth's goal is still referred to when players score from close range in Scottish football. During his Rangers career Forsyth made 332 appearances in all competitions and won three league championships, four Scottish Cups and two League Cups; these successes included two domestic trebles, in 1975–76 and 1977–78.International Forsyth played 22 times for Scotland, including at the 1978 World Cup. He captained Scotland once, against Switzerland in 1976.
Shirt details: Umbro trademark. Made in England. Size 97/102cm (to fit size). Umbro logo embroidery. Scotland shield embroidery. Number stitched on the shirt. See photos for all details!!