- Officially licensed retro Scotland shirt signed by Denis Law. No numbering, long sleeves. In standard silver frame, preframed and ready for dispatch.
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Publisher: Exclusive Memorabilia
Details: This Scotland jersey was personally signed by Denis Law in Manchester on February 12, 2016. It is a remake of the jerseys worn by Scotland when they beat England 3-2 at Wembley on April 15, 1967. It was less than a year after England had become world champions, making Scotland unofficially the best side in the world! Man United won the league that season, but true Scot that he is, Law said the victory over England felt even better. The commemorative stitching reads England 2 Scotland 3, Wembley Stadium, 15 April 1967.