Eric Cantona Signed Manchester United Shirt Display With COA
Eric Cantona Signed Manchester United Shirt Display With COA COA
SLIM JIM DISPLAY
These are our a new range of Slim Jim flat displays. Named after our master framer Jim (who also is slim) These are not in a 3D box frame but however are framed in a slimline frame with dimensions of approx 600 x 800 mm with a depth of just 20mm.
On 6 November 1991, after Liverpool's 3–0 victory over Auxerre in a UEFA Cup Second Round second leg tie at Anfield, Liverpool manager Graeme Souness was met by Frenchman Michel Platini at the end of the game, who told him that Cantona was available for sale to Liverpool. Souness thanked Platini, but declined the offer, citing dressing room harmony as his reason. He also had a strong selection of forwards available to him at the time, including Ian Rush, John Barnes, Dean Saunders and Ronny Rosenthal, and would be joined by Paul Stewart and Nigel Clough in the following years.
After being turned down by Liverpool, Cantona was given a trial at Sheffield Wednesday when Wednesday manager Trevor Francis was approached by Platini and Francis' former agent, Dennis Roach. In a 2012 interview Francis explained that he had agreed to take Cantona on as a favour to Roach and Platini, who he knew from his time playing in Italy, and that it was intended as an opportunity for Cantona to put himself in the "shop window": Wednesday had only recently been promoted back to the top flight, with most of the squad still being on Second Division-level wages, and the club could not afford to sign him. Cantona spent two days with Wednesday, training and playing in an indoor tournament at Sheffield Arena.
Delivery is 10 working days
You will receive everything you see in the picture. Ie: a finished complete display..
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Reading the terms and conditions of sale is advised prior to checkout. This display contains an example of a genuine signature, all our displays are mechanically signed in pen and are not hand signed. Furthermore our displays are not official club merchandise.