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  • February 27, 2022 1 min read

    Dimitar Berbatov took to Instagram to share some absolutely banging Newcastle United and AC Milan football shirts in his locker. The former Manchester United striker was visiting his Mum and Dad when he found two of his first ever football shirts from when he was 15. We love it when footballers share stories about their first ever football shirts (so much so we published a book of interviews about them) and Berba did not disappoint).

    The first was a Newcastle United long sleeve Adidas shirt with Berbatov on the back and #9 with Premier League numbering. The second shirt was an AC Milan with #9 on the back, signed by Van Basten. An absolute classic. 


    Here's what he had to say:

    As i told you, mothers keep everything! So i go to see my mom and what i find! The shirt she and my dad made for me when i was 15 years old and big fan of 2 people - @ashearer9 and @marcovanbasten 😁⚽️🤙🏻 I was dreaming of playing in @premierleaguewith N9 and scoring goals like Shearer! In the end i made it 🎆🤙🏻⚽️ So happy birthday to the legend @ashearer9 from me and my daughter😁🎆 And the shirt still fits me... what 😂🤔 #football#dreamscometrue #goals

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