Wolves matchworn shirts

                              1988/90 Home Shirts 






The iconic shirt that Bully wore in 1988-89 when he was ripping up the goalscoring records on his way to be chosen for his country.




Embroidered scoreline logo on the arms and embroidered club crest,unwashed with mud stains on chest.Worn a few times based on the fading to Manders on front but otherwise first class condition.






 Long sleeved,matchworn. Machine stitched number,embroidered badge and scoreline logo on the arms.








 Told this shirt was matchworn by Andy "Tommo" Thompson but have no proof. Definately match prepared with correct code,embroiderey and machine stitched number.

Another very rare and highly sought after shirt in pristine condition.





I often refer to a shirt as rare but this one really fits the bill ! Matchworn for most of the 1988-89 season by Mark Kendall.




He joined Wolves in January 1986. Upon joining, Wolves were languishing in the fourth tier, but Kendall became an ever-present part of the side that went on to win back-to-back promotions and lift the Sherpa Van Trophy at Wembley. His tally of 28 clean sheets during a season (set in 1987-88) was a club record until this season.He appeared in more than 175 competitive games for Wolves between 1986-90.On 1st May 2008, Kendall collapsed and died at his home, aged 49. 



Painted uhlsport number,embroidered crest,sewn on uhlsport badge.