Leeds United home football shirt 1997/98


Condition: 9/10

Comments: Marching on Together. George Graham's white army wore this shirt in the 97/98 Premier League season in which Leeds finished 5th and reached the Quarter Finals of the FA Cup. They spent £2m on a striker from Boavista who went on to score 22 goals in his first campaign with the club - his name was Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. This shirt also brought us the debuts of youth stars Jonathan Woodgate and Alan Smith.


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