Original Manchester United FC Away Jersey 1993-1995 - XL

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  • Away Jersey
  • Year: 1993-1995
  • Player: Eric Cantona, Paul Ince, Gary Neville
  • Size: XL (59 cm x 72 cm)
  • Brand: Umbro
  • Sponsor: Sharp
  • Details: Excellent condition

Manchester United achieved a remarkable feat by winning both the Premier League and the FA Cup, becoming only the fourth club in the 20th century to secure the Double. Their only setback was a 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa in the League Cup final, which prevented a domestic treble. United led the Premier League from the fourth game onward, eventually winning the league by eight points over Blackburn Rovers, having peaked with a 16-point lead mid-season. Eric Cantona was instrumental, scoring 25 goals in all competitions and earning the PFA Player of the Year award. Ryan Giggs, Lee Sharpe, and Andrei Kanchelskis also stood out with their impressive performances. In the FA Cup final, United dominated Chelsea with a 4-0 victory, featuring two penalties from Cantona and goals from Mark Hughes and Brian McClair. Roy Keane proved his worth as England's most expensive footballer by becoming a regular central midfielder alongside Paul Ince. Despite their advancing years, veterans Mark Hughes, Brian McClair, and Steve Bruce continued to excel. The season's end saw the departure of Bryan Robson, United's longest-serving player and joint captain, who left to become Middlesbrough's player-manager. Other departures included Les Sealey, Clayton Blackmore, Mike Phelan, Colin McKee, and Giuliano Maiorana. Dion Dublin, linked with a move to Everton that fell through, remained at the club by season's end. With arguably the finest squad in England, manager Alex Ferguson made only one significant signing in the off-season, acquiring David May from Blackburn Rovers as a potential long-term successor to Steve Bruce. Promising teenagers David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, and Paul Scholes were also on the verge of breaking into the first team, highlighting the depth and future potential of the squad.