Bernard Lacombe #9 France National Team Match Worn Shirt-Maillot against Argentina National Team for International Friendly Match played at France, May 18th 1974. Museum Piece. Special jersey with match date. Provenance: Argentina National Team 1974 player.
Camiseta de la Selección Nacional de Francia #9 usada por Bernard Lacombe en partido frente a la Selección Nacional de Argentina por un amistoso Internacional jugado en Francia el 18 de Mayo de 1974. Pieza de Museo. Camiseta especial con fecha del partido en el escudo! Procedencia: Jugador de la Selección Argentina durante 1974.
Bernard Lacombe (born 15 August 1952) is a retired French footballer. He played as a striker, mainly with Lyon, Bordeaux and Saint-Étienne and the France national team. Career Lacombe began his professional career with hometown club Lyon in 1969. One of his teammates, Aimé Jacquet, would be later his team manager (and the manager of the France national team which won the 1998 FIFA World Cup). Lacombe earned his first cap for France in 1973. He went on to represent his nation at the 1978 World Cup, scoring after only 30 seconds against Italy, the fastest goal ever for a French player, and also the first goal of that tournament. Lacombe also played at the 1982 World Cup and won UEFA Euro 1984. After a brief stay with Saint-Étienne, Lacombe joined Bordeaux, where he was re-united with Aimé Jacquet. He won three French Ligue 1 championships. With 255 goals scored in Ligue 1, he is the second-best striker of all-time in the French championship, after Delio Onnis. After his playing career ended, Lacombe joined the technical staff of former club Lyon, first as technical manager (from 1988 to 1996), then as trainer (1996 to 2000) and manager. He was instrumental in the successes of the club in Ligue 1 and also on the European scene, helping lead his side to seven-straight UEFA Champions League appearances. He currently does not have official responsibilities, though serves as a "special adviser" to team president Jean-Michel Aulas. He also has significant influence on choices made; for example, he helped retain several Brazilian players who would join Lyon during the 2000s, including Juninho, Edmílson, Cris, Caçapa and Fred).
Shirt details: Adidas trademark. Made in France. Size 4-5. France shield stitched with match date. See more details in pictures!