Original Spain Away Jersey 1994-1996 - M

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  • Away Jersey
  • Year: 1994-1996
  • Player: Pep Guardiola, Luis Enrique, Rafael Alkorta.
  • Size: M (55 cm x 69 cm)
  • Brand: Adidas
  • Sponsor: -
  • Details: Excellent condition, lovely away shirt. Just ook at those colour combinations!

Javier Clemente, a Basque, took over as the new coach of the national team, known for his emphasis on building a cohesive unit over individual stars. He bid farewell to the Butragueño/Míchel generation, showing a clear preference for Basque players. Julio Salinas, a Basque player who saw limited action at FC Barcelona, emerged as the attacking leader under Clemente's tenure. The qualifying campaign got off to a rocky start with scoreless draws against Latvia, Northern Ireland, and Ireland, along with a 1-0 defeat to Denmark. This prompted Spain to mount a comeback against Ireland and Denmark. In a crucial match on the penultimate matchday, Spain secured a 3-1 victory over Ireland, with Salinas netting two goals. Heading into the final matchday, Spain and Ireland were tied one point behind Denmark, setting the stage for a direct showdown. However, Spain suffered an early setback when goalkeeper Andoni Zubizarreta was sent off for a foul on his FC Barcelona teammate Michael Laudrup in the 10th minute. Despite being reduced to ten men, substitute goalkeeper Santiago Cañizares made several crucial saves, and Fernando Hierro's goal in the 63rd minute secured a vital victory for Spain. At the World Cup in the United States, Spain advanced to the quarter-finals following draws against South Korea and Germany, along with victories over Bolivia (3-1) and Switzerland (3-0). In the quarter-finals against Italy, José Luís Caminero leveled the score in the second half, putting Spain in a promising position. However, a missed opportunity by Salinas was costly, and Roberto Baggio's goal sealed the match for Italy. The closing moments were marred by controversy when Luis Enrique suffered a broken nose from an elbow by Mauro Tassotti, who controversially escaped punishment and later faced an eight-match suspension from FIFA.