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Personally signed by Cantona!

This iconic 1993-94 Manchester United away shirt will forever be associated with ‘The King', Eric Cantona. It is an extremely rare official replica shirt, and was personally signed by Cantona in an exclusive signing session in Paris on 4 June 2012. Cantona was named PFA Player of the Year for the 1993-94 season as United secured a historic League and FA Cup double. The legendary Frenchman top scored with 25 goals, including two penalties in United's 4-0 FA Cup final victory over Chelsea.

This highly collectable piece of memorabilia comes in presentation packaging with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Cantona signing. It is one of a very limited number.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


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