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Jan Banas. Poland


Jan Banas  Match Worn Poland Shirt
Jan Banas  Match Worn Poland Shirt
Jan Banas  Match Worn Poland Shirt

Jan Banas Poland No.13 Substitute's jersey,colour now faded to a shade of pink, Match Worn from the international match versus England played at Goodison Park, Everton’s home ground on January 5th 1966.

Jan Banas came on as a subsitute for Jan Wilim II in 39th minute and exchanged this jersey on the pitch with Roger Hunt.

Between his first call-up for Poland in 1964 and his last in 1973, Jan Banaƛ earned 31 caps, scoring nine goals or ten, if the ambiguous goal in the 1973 win over England is credited to him.

In 1966, together with Jan Liberda and Norbert Pogrzeba, Banas decided to illegally migrate to Western Europe, they all escaped before the game Polonia Bytom vs. IFK Norrköping and half a year later he returned and was pardoned by the Polish Football Association

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All of the match worn shirts have been authenticated by both Christie's and Sotheby's of London.

For an additional fee, a certificate can be signed by Graham Budd, Sotheby's consultant and associate auctioneer for sales of sporting memorabilia in London.