The 1990–91 season was Manchester United's 89th season in the Football League, and their 16th consecutive season in the top division of English football.
After winning the FA Cup the previous year to end a five-year trophy drought and claim their first major trophy under the management of Alex Ferguson, United went on to achieve more success by lifting the European Cup Winners' Cup – their first European trophy since their European Cup triumph 23 years earlier – by beating Barcelona 2–1 in Rotterdam, with Mark Hughes scoring both goals. It was the first season back in European competitions for English clubs following the lifting of the ban which had been imposed back in 1985 due to the Heysel Stadium disaster.
Manchester United 90-92 Home Shirt
Brand New Shirt with tags attatched.
The shirt is 100% polyester.
It is a Replica shirt, remake of the official one with the exact same materials to fit and look like today's football shirts.
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