*Museum Gem* Dominique Rocheteau Paris Saint Germain - PSG #9 (France) Match Worn Shirt during 1985-86 Season.
Jersey worn BY Paris Saint-Germain at the start of the 1985-1986 season. (RARE MODEL with absence of the RMO logo on the sleeves). Player subject to be identified.
*Provenance: Gifted by Carlos Bianchi to Argentine Sportswriter*
Dominique Rocheteau (born 14 January 1955) is a French former professional footballer who played as a winger. A French international, he played in the final tournament of three World Cups, scoring at least a goal in each of them, and was part of the team that won the European Championship in 1984. At club level, he won four Division 1 titles, three Coupes de France and played in the 1976 European Champion Clubs' Cup final. Born in Saintes, Charente-Maritime, Rocheteau began his professional career with AS Saint-Étienne, when they were the most successful and popular football team in France. He was a sinuous and incisive outside right who was nicknamed l'Ange Vert ("The Green Angel"). Injured, he played only the last eight minutes of the 1976 European Champion Clubs' Cup final, which Saint-Étienne lost 1–0 to Bayern Munich. He won three Division 1 titles (1974–1976) and one Coupe de France (1977) with Saint-Étienne. He transferred to Paris Saint-Germain in 1980 with whom he won one Division 1 title (1986) and two Coupes de France (1982–1983). In 1987, he was transferred to Toulouse FC, for whom he played two seasons before retiring in 1989. Asked in 2012 about his most memorable football moment, Rocheteau cited his 107th-minute decisive goal in the second leg of the 1975-76 European Champion Clubs' Cup quarter-final against FC Dynamo Kyiv. Saint-Étienne had lost the first leg 2–0 but won the second leg 3–0 after extra-time. Dynamo Kyiv were the previous year's winners of the 1974–75 European Cup Winners' Cup. International career With the France national football team, Rocheteau won 49 caps from 1975–1986 and scored 15 goals. He played in final tournament of the 1978 World Cup, 1982 World Cup and 1986 World Cup and was part of the team that won the European Championship in 1984 (though Rocheteau missed the final due to injury). He was injury prone. Rocheteau played two matches and scored once in Argentina 1978, where France were eliminated in the group stage. Four years later in Spain 1982, he played four matches and scored twice. He started for France in their semi-final defeat against West Germany, and successfully converted his penalty in the shootout. In Mexico 1986, Rocheteau scored only one goal but made four assists; he played four matches, including the quarter-final against Brazil (he was injured and substituted during that match in extra-time and hence did not partake in the penalty shootout), but did not play in the semi-final against West Germany.
Shirt details: Le Coq Sportif trademark. Made in France. All details stamped in felt / flock material. See photos for all details!!