Stepan PAK, “FACTS”
Former star of “Manchester United”, 55-year-old Norman Whiteside, at the time, beating the record of the legendary Pele, was put up for auction his memorabilia and trophies to provide to itself a comfortable old age.
“I get a small pension, and in the years earned a little. So I want not worry about their old age”, — explained his decision in comments to the dailymail.co.uk two-time winner of the FA Cup Norman Whiteside.
Up for auction Ewbank’s, which will be held on July 29, former football player, put from 60 lots, from the sale of which is estimated to raise approximately 140 thousand pounds (170 thousand dollars).
Lot star — medal winner of the FA Cup 1985. Also among the items auctioned, cleats football, in which Norman scored the winning goal in that final at Wembley, a memorable t-shirt “MJ” and his first professional contract with “Manchester United”, in which he made his debut at 16 years of age.
Also, anyone can buy t-shirts of football stars — the Frenchman Michel Platini and German Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, brought Witchdom of the world Cup jerseys players in the England squad, Bryan Robson and ray Wilkins, as well as t-shirt Northern Ireland, in which the forward played his first game for the national team at the 1982 world Cup.
Note that the native of Northern Ireland, which at the time was promised the glory of George best was forced to retire at the age of 26 after a serious knee injury and 13 (!) surgeries.
On the world Cup 1982 match with Yugoslavia, he first wore the national team Jersey, becoming, at 17 years and 41 days youngest player in the history of the world Championships (surpassed the achievement of Pele, standing 24 years). The Whiteside record not broken until now.
This shirt Norman Whiteside in the 1982 world Cup broke the record of the legendary Pele
By the way, after the early end of his career Norman Whiteside graduated from the University, becoming a specialist in sports injuries of the feet.
Earlier, the “FACTS” reported that the football team of France auctioned a gold medal in 2018.
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