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2010-11 HSV Hamburg Home Shirt Size 15-16 Yrs

Hamburg

  • £29.99


THE VITALS:

Team: HSV Hamburg

Brand: Adidas

Era: 2010-11 (Used for the 2010-11 Bundesliga season)

Name/Number: -

CONDITION: EXCELLENT

This rare shirt comes in near pristine condition with the sole blemishes being some very light blotches of stain that can be found on the back.

DIMENSIONS:

Size: 15-16 Years

Pit to Pit Measurement: 18.5 inches

Shirt Length: 25.5 inches

Made in the Adidas ‘ClimaCool’ template introduced ahead of the 2010-11 season; although this shirt is a size 15-16 years, the measurements are better suited to a conventional size small.

DESCRIPTION:

While the 2009-10 shirt featured very little red, Adidas went about introducing red side panels to this season’s effort, while a polo collar was also reintroduced after the previous tenures v-neck. Further nuance can be found in the form of the trim which bleeds from the collar before ghosting into the white material that the shirt is mostly comprised of.

THE SEASON:

After a rollercoaster of a season that a managerial change, the arrival of the legendary Ruud van Nistelrooy, a UEFA Europa League semi-final finish and 7th place Bundesliga outing; the powers that be at the HSH Nordbank Arena were hoping stability in the first full season of the new decade. With star defender Jerome Boateng moving on in the summer, Heiko Westermann was brought in from Schalke. After a bright start of 2 wins and 2 draws in their opening 4 league outings; inconsistency would become the flavour of the day and by the middle of March, Armin Veh would be replaced by Michael Oenning in the hotseat. In the end, he would guide Hamburg to a credible 8th place finish.

The notable players that season were:

Son Heung-Min, Tunay Torun, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Eric Maxim Chuopo-Moting, Mladen Petric, Paolo Guerrero, Gojko Kacar, Tomas Rincon, Jonathan Pitroipa, Romeo Castalen, Piotr Trochowski, David Jarolim, Eljero Elia, Muhamed Besic, Ze Roberto, Guy Demel, Marcell Jansen, Denis Aogo, Joris Mathijsen, Dennis Diekmeier, Jaroslav Drobny, Frank Rost


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