Eric Cantona signed shirt #7 Manchester United



2020-07-15 10:46:47

Eric Cantona signed shirt #7 Manchester United

Authentic Eric Cantona signed shirt #7 Manchester United. Professionally framed and mounted measuring 32×24″.


Born Eric Daniel Pierre Cantona (24 May 1966) is a French actor, director, producer, and former professional footballer. He played for Auxerre, Martigues, Marseille, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Nîmes; and Leeds United before ending his career at Manchester United, where he won four Premier League titles in five years and two League and FA Cup Doubles. He won the league championship in seven of his last eight full seasons as a professional. At international level, he played for the French national team.

A large, physically strong, hard-working; and tenacious forward who combined technical skill and creativity with power and goal scoring ability; Eric Cantona autographe often regarded having played a key role in the revival of Manchester United; as a footballing force in the 1990s and having an iconic status at the club. He wore the No. 7 shirt at Manchester United, and known for turning up his collar. Additionally, Cantona is affectionately nicknamed by Manchester United fans as “King Eric” and voted as the team’s greatest ever player by Inside United magazine. Set against his achievements in football was a poor disciplinary record for much of his career, including a 1995 conviction for an assault on a fan for which he received an eight-month suspension.


Following his retirement from football in 1997; he took up a career in cinema and had a role in the 1998 film Elizabeth; starring Cate Blanchett, the 2008 film French Film, and the 2009 film Looking for Eric. Also, In 2010, he debuted as a stage actor in Face au Paradis, a play directed by his wife, Rachida Brakni. Cantona signed Manchester united also took an interest in the sport of beach soccer, and as player-manager of the France national team, he won the 2005 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

Charismatic and outspoken, Cantona autographe was an inaugural inductee into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2002. Furthermore, the museum states that “the enigmatic Frenchman was one of the Premier League’s most controversial players ever”. At the Premier League 10 Seasons Awards in 2003, voted the Overseas Player of the Decade. Besides, In 2004, he was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 list of the world’s greatest living players.


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