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Leeds 2000/01 Match Worn Shirt - Molenaar v 1860 Munich! Champions League qualifier - where the European adventure began! Squad Signed.

 

  

Season: The 00/01 season was one of the most entertaining campaigns in recent history. Leeds battled it out with Europe's giants such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan before being eliminated in the Champions League semi-final to Valencia. Europe aside, Leeds fought hard in the Premier League and finished 4th, narrowly missing out on 3rd (and therefore Champions League qualification) by one point.

 

Player: Robert Molenaar. Signed by George Graham to shore up the defence he made some outstanding performances in his early days leading to his nickname of 'Terminator' amongst the Leeds faithful. However as the club progressed with the likes of Woodgate, Radebe and Matteo then Molenaar found his game time restricted. He was later sold to Bradford in 2000 making this one of his last shirts ever used for Leeds. Molenaar made a total of 51 appearances for Leeds and found the net 5 times. He is number 89 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), long sleeves, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only), long sleeves. An incredible rare shirt that was issued for the UEFA Champions League qualifier (vs 1860 Munich) and therefore does not have the Champions League star ball on the sleeve. Molenaar was an unused substitute for this game and therefore this shirt is bench worn.

 

 

2000/01 Robert Molenaar Leeds Match Worn/Issued Shirt. From the Champions League Qualifier v 1860 Munich. Squad signed.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2000/01 Match Worn Shirt - Bakke v AC Milan at The San Siro. Signed.

 

 

Season: The 00/01 season was one of the most entertaining campaigns in recent history. Leeds battled it out with Europe's giants such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan before being eliminated in the Champions League semi-final to Valencia. Europe aside, Leeds fought hard in the Premier League and finished 4th, narrowly missing out on 3rd (and therefore Champions League qualification) by one point.

 

Player: Eirik Bakke. Bakke made an impressive start to his Leeds career and was announced Young Player of the Season in his first season with the whites. An award that acknowledged his tremendous touch, passing ability and eye for goal. Bakke made a total of 169 appearances for the club with 49 appearances (3 goals) coming in the 2000/01 season. He is number 60 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), play size Champions League star ball (silver) on sleeve, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Bakke v AC Milan at the San Siro. This was a very significant match that ended in a 1-1 draw meaning that Leeds progressed from the famous 'group of death'. This shirt was chucked into the crowd after the final whistle and later auctioned to raise funds for Shamrock Rovers (by the fan who caught it).

 

 2000/01 Eirik Bakke Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn v AC Milan at the San Siro during the Champions League campaign. Signed by the player!

 

 


 

 

 Leeds 2000-01 Match Worn Shirt - Smithy V AC Milan at Elland Road.

 

 

Season: The 00/01 season was one of the most entertaining campaigns in recent history. Leeds battled it out with Europe's giants such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan before being eliminated in the Champions League semi-final to Valencia. Europe aside, Leeds fought hard in the Premier League and finished 4th, narrowly missing out on 3rd (and therefore Champions League qualification) by one point.

 

Player: Alan Smith. Alan made an immediate impact when he scored with his first touch in senior football as Leeds beat Liverpool in November 1998. With his eye for goal and real aggression (giving him a poor disciplinary record), Alan became one of Leeds' favourite sons. The 2000/01 season was one of Alan's best as he made a total of 54 appearances and scored 17 times (a personal best). Many fans will have fond memories of Smithy during the 2003/04 relegation season as he remained a shining light in a dismal Leeds team and was an inspiration. Alan was voted Leeds' player of year in 2004. He is number 38 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), play size Champions League star ball (silver) on sleeve, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Smithy v AC Milan at Elland Road. The game was carried out in torrential conditions which left the shirt VERY wet causing the signatures on the shirt have 'smudged'. A fantastic shirt that was given to a ball boy.

 

 

2000/01 Alan Smith Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn v AC Milan at Elland Road during the Champions League campaign. Squad signed!

 

  


  

Leeds 2001-02 Match Worn Shirt - Nigel Martyn.

 

 

Season: The 2000/01 season saw a return to the UEFA Cup for Leeds United, a little disappointing following the Champions League adventures the previous season. The Premier League campaign started very strong and on New Years Day they were sat proudly top of the league. However a poor run of form saw Leeds finish 5th and part ways with David O'Leary.

 

Player: Nigel Martyn. Arguably Leeds' greatest ever goalkeeper. Signed in 1996 for a record fee for a goalkeeper of £2.75 million from Crystal Palace. A fine goalkeeper that was Leeds' most consistent player for a period of 6 seasons. An alteration with new manager Terry Venable saw Martyn drop to the bench in the 2002/03 season but, as he was too good to be back-up, signed for Everton at the start of the 2003/04 season. He is number 10 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time and was voted as part of Leeds' greatest ever team - the only non-revie player to make the team!

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), play size Champions League star ball (silver) on sleeve, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Smithy v Troyes. This shirt is very unique as it does not have the 'Strongbow' sponsor on the front. This is because France regulations do not allow alcohol sponsorship on football shirts. Therefore Leeds were required to produce a sponsorless version for the game, the only match this shirt was ever used.

 

2001/02 Nigel Martyn Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Leeds' greatest ever goalkeeper!

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2001-02 Match Worn Shirt - Oliver Dacourt. No sponsor - used v Troyes! Squad Signed

 

 

Season: The 2000/01 season saw a return to the UEFA Cup for Leeds United, a little disappointing following the Champions League adventures the previous season. The Premier League campaign started very strong and on New Years Day they were sat proudly top of the league. However a poor run of form saw Leeds finish 5th and part ways with David O'Leary.

 

Player: Olivier Dacourt. Olivier arrived at Elland Road to add steel and quality to a youthful midfield as Leeds prepared for life in the Champions League. A class act during his short time at Elland Road where he made a total of 78 appearances and scored 3 goals. He is number 39 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), play size Champions League star ball (silver) on sleeve, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Smithy v Troyes. This shirt is very unique as it does not have the 'Strongbow' sponsor on the front. This is because France regulations do not allow alcohol sponsorship on football shirts. Therefore Leeds were required to produce a sponsorless version for the game, the only match this shirt was ever used.

 

2001/02 Olivier Dacourt Leeds Match Worn Shirt - from the UEFA Cup v Troyes. No Strongbow sponsor on the front - one-off! Squad signed.

 

   


 

 

Leeds 2001-02 Match Worn Shirt - Robbie Fowler. Signed by Robbie!

 

 

Season: The 2000/01 season saw a return to the UEFA Cup for Leeds United, a little disappointing following the Champions League adventures the previous season. The Premier League campaign started very strong and on New Years Day they were sat proudly top of the league. However a poor run of form saw Leeds finish 5th and part ways with David O'Leary.

 

Player: Robbie Fowler. Robbie arrived at Elland Road for a transfer fee of £12 million after falling out of favour at Liverpool despite the fans referring to him as 'God'. Fowler made an immediate impact at Leeds and scored 12 goals in 23 appearance in the 2001/02 season which led to him making 2002 England World Cup squad. However during the 2002-03 pre-season Fowler suffered an aggravation of a pre-existing hip injury and never managed to hit the same heights upon his return. Sold to Manchester City to ease financial difficulties Robbie signed off his Leeds career with an impressive strike rate of 15 goals in 31 league appearances.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), play size Premier League badges on sleeves, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Robbie and is also beautifully signed on the front. Although this style of shirt was also used in both the 2000/01 and 2001/02  seasons, this shirt comes from the latter as Robbie was signed during this season.

 

 

2001/02 Robbie Fowler Leeds Match Worn Shirt - signed by player!

 

 

 


 

   

Leeds 2000-01 Match Worn Shirt - Viduka v Valencia. Champions League Semi-Final.

 

 Season: The 00/01 season was one of the most entertaining campaigns in recent history. Leeds battled it out with Europe's giants such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan before being eliminated in the Champions League semi-final to Valencia. Europe aside, Leeds fought hard in the Premier League and finished 4th, narrowly missing out on 3rd (and therefore Champions League qualification) by one point.

 

Player: Mark Viduka. Signed by O'Leary to add much needed firepower as Leeds prepared for a Champions League campaign. In his first season, Viduka finished top goal scorer with 22 goals including 4 in the memorable 4-3 victory against Liverpool. Viduka enjoyed a successful career at Leeds scoring a total of 72 goals in 166 appearances before being sold to Middlesborough following relegation from the Premiership. He is number 19 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), play size Champions League star ball (white) on sleeve, no dri-fit label on sleeve (player shirts only), long sleeves. A stunning shirt that was worn by Mark Viduka against Valencia in the Champions League semi-final. The shirt was swapped with an opposition player and obtained via this source.

 

 2000/01 Mark Viduka Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn in the Champions League Semi-Final v Valencia!

 

    


 

 

 Leeds 2001-02 Match Worn Shirt - Rio Ferdinand! LUFC record signing! Squad Signed

 

 

Season: The 2000/01 season saw a return to the UEFA Cup for Leeds United, a little disappointing following the Champions League adventures the previous season. The Premier League campaign started very strong and on New Years Day they were sat proudly top of the league. However a poor run of form saw Leeds finish 5th and part ways with David O'Leary.

 

Player: Rio Ferdinand. A very elegant central defender who defends with intelligence and guile and uses the ball when possession is gained. Leeds set a club record when they paid $18 million, the world record fee for a defender. Rio made a total of 73 appearances for Leeds (scoring 3 goals) before departing for Manchester United in a £29.3 million deal. Rio was voted Leeds' player of year in 2002. He is number 30 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, no dri-fit label (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Ferdinand and is also squad signed on the front. Although this style of shirt was also used in both the 2001/02 and 2002/03  seasons, this shirt comes from 01/02 as Rio departed for Manchester United in the summer of 2002.

 

 

 

2001/02 Rio Ferdinand Leeds Match Worn Shirt - squad signed! Leeds' record transfer signing!

 

 

  


 

 

Leeds 2002-03 Match Worn Shirt - Paul Robinson! worn versus Sheffield United.

 

Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: Paul Robinson. Paul Robinson. Another player to come through the Academy and learnt his trade as understudy to Nigel Martyn. An injury to Nigel Martyn during the 2000/01 season gave 'Robbo' the opportunity to make some stunning performances during the Champions League campaign. It wasn't until the 2002/03 season where Robinson was given his first real chance by manager Terry Venables. He was able to cement Leeds' number 1 position right until the club were relegated in 2003/04, only missing one game in the process. He made 95 appearances in total for the club and later became 'England's No.1'. He is number 69 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Paul against Sheffield United in the FA Cup and sapped with Paddy Kenny after the match.

 

2002/03 Paul Robinson Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn v Sheffield Utd.

 

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2002-03 Match Worn Shirt - Robbie Keane! Signed by Robbie.

 

Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: Robbie Keane. Robbie Keane. The Irish international was signed from Inter Milan for £12 Million pounds and often used as an impact substitute from the whites. A very talented striker that had ball skills in abundance. Keane went onto make 66 appearances in total scoring 19 times. He is number 58 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Robbie and is also 'Best Wishes' by Robbie on the front. Robbie only made 2 appearances in this shirt; v Manchester City (he scored) and Sunderland.

 

 

2002/03 Robbie Keane Leeds Match Worn Shirt - signed by player!

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Leeds 2002-03 Match Worn Shirt - Dom Matteo! Signed by Dom.

 

Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: Dom Matteo. Dom was a key member of the squad as his versatility saw him fill in numerous roles including midfield, central defence and left-back. Dom arrived from Liverpool for £4.25 million and will always be a fans favourite for his vital goal scored in the San Siro which saw Leeds escape the infamous 'group of death'. Dom went on to captain the side in the 2002/03 season and made 115 appearances for the club before leaving for Blackburn Rovers. He is number 34 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Dom and is also 'Best Wishes' by Dom on the back.

  

2002/03 Dom Matteo Leeds Match Worn Shirt - signed by player!

 

 

 


 

  

Leeds 2002-03 Match Worn Shirt - Bridges. Signed and dedicated to Jack Hixon (the scout who discovered him).

 

 Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: Michael Bridges. Michael enjoyed a stunning first season with Leeds as he finished top goal scorer with 22 goals, helping the club qualify for the Champions League. Unfortunately Michael suffered many injuries during his Leeds career which prevented him hitting the high standards set in his first season. Michael made a total of 82 appearances (22 goals) with 9 of these appearances coming in the 2002/03 season. He is number 55 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only), long sleeves. A stunning shirt that was worn by Michael and then given to Jack Hixon. Jack Hixon was the scout that discovered Michael and gave him his opportunity in football. The shirt has been signed and dedicated to Jack and reads 'Thanks for keeping faith in me. Take care.' on the back of the shirt.

 

2002/03 Michael Bridges Leeds Match Worn Shirt - signed by player!

 

 

 


 

Leeds 2002-03 Match Issued UEFA Cup Shirt - Jason Wilcox. Squad signed.

 

 Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: Jason Wilcox. A useful squad player that predominately played on the left side of midfield to allow Harry Kewell to take a more central-advanced role. Wilcox helped the squad reach the semi-finals of the UEFA cup in 2000 and semi-finals of the Champions League in 2001. Wilcox left the club in 2004 when Leeds ere relegated making a total of 106 appearances and scoring 6 goals.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only), long sleeves. A stunning shirt that was issued to Jason during UEFA Cup matches (Jason preferred to wear short sleeves). The shirt is also signed by members of the squad including Wilcox.

 

 

2002/03 Jason Wilcox Leeds Match Worn Shirt - squad signed!

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2002-03 Match Worn Shirt - Jonathan Woodgate!

 

 Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: Jonathan Woodgate. Woody joined the club at the age of 13 and came through the academy to become a first team regular in 1998. Woodgate was a fans favourite for his aerial ability, combative nature and calmness on the ball. His form dipped as the infamous court case took place which found Woodgate guilty of affray. Woodgate went on to make a total of 104 appearances (scoring 5 goals) before making moves to Newcastle and Real Madrid. He is number 32 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Woodgate during his last season with the club.

 

  

 2002/03 Jonathan Woodgate Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

  


 

 

Leeds 2002-03 Match Worn Shirt - Batty!

 

 Season: The 2002/03 season was when Leeds United's financial concerns started to appear and as a consequence many of its star players were sold. The season saw a change of management as Terry Venables took over as Leeds competed again in the UEFA cup. A season of struggle, Leeds were grateful of their 15th position in the end as it meant that they would contest in the Premiership for one more season.

 

Player: David Batty. Born in Leeds, a tireless and sometimes ruthless forager of the ball, he was very popular with the Leeds United faithful. But there was more to his game than simply breaking up opposition attacks; having won the ball, his distribution was excellent, making him the springboard for many counterattacks. He is number 14 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, dual layer with full inner-lining meshing inside (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn issued to David during his latter days with the club. The shirt was purchased from one of David's best friends (who is also mentioned in his autobiography).

 

 2002/03 David Batty Leeds Match Worn/Issued Shirt.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2003-04 Match Worn Shirt - Gary Kelly. Signed and from KNOWN game. From the horrid relegation season!

 

 

 Season: The 2003/04 season was horrendous as Leeds were relegated from the Premier League. The season saw Peter Reid at the helm but after a poor start to the season then Eddie Gray was installed as manager to try and beat the drop. Unfortunately relegation was inevitable as Leeds had sold almost all their star players and replaced them with many loan players who didn't have the ability, fight or experience to keep Leeds in the Premiership.

 

Player: Gary Kelly. A fans favourite for his loyalty and consistent performances for Leeds over the years which saw him start and finish his career with the club. Kelly, the only Whites player of the post Don Revie era to join the exclusive 500 appearances club, was at Elland Road for 16 years after first coming over from Home Farm in July 1991. He made 531 appearances for United, making him the eighth highest-ever club appearance maker and was awarded a Testimonial match in 2002. He is number 44 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, single layer meshing (player shirts only), larger more-breathable meshing (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Gary Kelly during several matches including Charlton and Arsenal. The shirt has had the meshing cut from the collar which makes the shirt easily recognisable to the games it was worn in. The shirt has also been signed by Gary on the front.

 

2003/04 Gary Kelly Leeds Match Worn Shirt. Worn v Charlton and Arsenal. Signed by player.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2003-04 Match Worn Shirt - Ian Harte!

 

 Season: The 2003/04 season was horrendous as Leeds were relegated from the Premier League. The season saw Peter Reid at the helm but after a poor start to the season then Eddie Gray was installed as manager to try and beat the drop. Unfortunately relegation was inevitable as Leeds had sold almost all their star players and replaced them with many loan players who didn't have the ability, fight or experience to keep Leeds in the Premiership.

 

Player: Ian Harte. Nephew of Gary Kelly, Harte became Leeds' regular left back in 1998. Harte was a dead ball specialist becoming the free kick and penalty taker which lead to him scoring 39 goals in 288 appearances. A very impressive strike rate considering he was a defender. He is number 68 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, single layer meshing (player shirts only), larger more-breathable meshing (player shirts only). A stunning shirt that was worn by Ian Harte during his last season with the club.

 

 

 2003/04 Ian Harte Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

 


  

 

Leeds 2003-04 Match Shirt - Brazilian World Cup Winner Roque Junior!

 

Season: The 2003/04 season was horrendous as Leeds were relegated from the Premier League. The season saw Peter Reid at the helm but after a poor start to the season then Eddie Gray was installed as manager to try and beat the drop. Unfortunately relegation was inevitable as Leeds had sold almost all their star players and replaced them with many loan players who didn't have the ability, fight or experience to keep Leeds in the Premiership.

 

Player: Roque Junior. There was much excitement at Elland Road when Peter Reid brought Roque to Leeds. Signed on-loan from AC Milan, the former World Cup winner was expected to make the defence 'solid as a roque' however that expectation soon disappeared as Leeds conceded 24 times in his 7 appearances and was also sent off on his debut. He best performance was undoubtedly against Manchester United where he scored 2 goals in a 3-2 defeat.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, single layer meshing (player shirts only), larger more-breathable meshing (player shirts only), long sleeves. A stunning shirt that was issued to Roque Junior. The shirt is long sleeves and Roque always wore short sleeves in the yellow kit (to my knowledge). Therefore this means that the shirt is likely to be match issued rather than match worn.

 

2003/04 Roque Junior Leeds Match Worn/Issued Shirt.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2003-04 Match Worn Shirt - Paul Robinson! Signed!

 

Season: The 2003/04 season was horrendous as Leeds were relegated from the Premier League. The season saw Peter Reid at the helm but after a poor start to the season then Eddie Gray was installed as manager to try and beat the drop. Unfortunately relegation was inevitable as Leeds had sold almost all their star players and replaced them with many loan players who didn't have the ability, fight or experience to keep Leeds in the Premiership.

 

Player: Paul Robinson. Another player to come through the Academy and learnt his trade as understudy to Nigel Martyn. An injury to Nigel Martyn during the 2000/01 season gave 'Robbo' the opportunity to make some stunning performances during the Champions League campaign. It wasn't until the 2002/03 season where Robinson was given his first real chance by manager Terry Venables. He was able to cement Leeds' number 1 position right until the club were relegated in 2003/04, only missing one game in the process. He made 95 appearances in total for the club and later became 'England's No.1'. He is number 69 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters, play size Premier League badges on sleeve, shirt never released as a replica (player shirt only), long sleeves. A stunning shirt that was worn by Paul Robison in his last season for the club. This being his only season where he wore No. 1.