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The Great Manchester United

Celebrate the career of the greatest managers in all of soccer history, Sir Alex Ferguson.

Knighted in 1999 for his services to soccer, Ferguson is the most successful manager in British soccer with 38 trophies in 26 years, including 13 Premier League championships. His Old Trafford reign will come to a close in 2013, but his contribution to Manchester United will last forever.

Forever United. Forever Sir Alex Ferguson.

Back is screened with Ferguson and the number 26, commemorating Sir Alex Ferguson's 26 years with Manchester United.

Unique mandarin collar design with two button closure. Red banded collar and cuffs.

"Forged in Industry, Striving for Glory," is screened inside the collar. There is a small Manchester United design screened on the back collar.

This official Dri-Fit jersey has the Manchester United team and Nike logo embroidered on the front along with a screened sponsor design.

100% recycled polyester.


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