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Sven Roeder 3:40 Wed Apr 6
Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
https://www.theguardian.com/football/2022/apr/06/maradonas-shirt-from-hand-of-god-england-match-estimated-to-sell-for-4m

Price estimate .... £4 million

Bet the other players regret being slow off the mark in claiming it on the pitch that day

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White Pony 4:25 Thu May 5
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Stop bumping your own thread, Sven. Hatred’s was much better.

RBshorty 4:05 Thu May 5
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Penners. Maybe Moore’s 66 shirt.?

Sven Roeder 4:04 Thu May 5
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Understand Hodge swapped shirts when they were all back in the tunnel so imagine virtually every England player had the chance to get it off him before that.
Its a pretty shitty shirt but he did score the greatest goal in World Cup history in it.
Plus the one where 5ft 5 Maradona was able to outjump stumpy Shilton

penners28 3:34 Thu May 5
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
It's the story behind the shirt which makes it so rare. Argies turned up with no away shirt, so had to got to a local sport shop to buy a kit. all the badges were sewn on, and some were wonky.

Iconic goal/game, and kit worn once. wont be beaten i dont reckon

Manuel 5:18 Thu May 5
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Just proves his greatness doesn't it.

Northern Sold 11:50 Wed May 4
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
So the shirt worn by the greatest player of all time in which he scored one of the greatest goals ever seen in the QF of the world cup when for 7m?? I'd say cheap...

, 8:59 Wed May 4
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Just been on the Maradonna family website and bid 1,000 pesos for Steve Hodge’s 1986 shirt.

Mace66 8:52 Wed May 4
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Colchester Sid 2:19 Sat Apr 16
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge


A ticket for Bobby Moore's debut in 1958 v Manchester United is on eBay at the moment, £167 with three days to go.

Peanuts really when you consider a ticket at home to ManU nowadays will probably set
You back nearly half that

Syd Puddefoot 7:48 Wed May 4
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
7.1 Million!

FOMB

Colchester Sid 2:19 Sat Apr 16
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
I've got my ticket for this game safely tucked away - bit of a dilemma as to whether to start selling or keep hold

Tickets from "significant" games are going for crazy money at the moment, especially anything Messi, Ronaldo, Maradona or Beckham related

A ticket for Bobby Moore's debut in 1958 v Manchester United is on eBay at the moment, £167 with three days to go

the coming of gary 1:50 Sat Apr 16
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
.. An unused ticket for this match has just sold at auction for £.4,300. Auction guide price was just £.45
.

joe royal 8:13 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
The 2nd goal looks like an own goal.

lowlife 8:03 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Zico - Robson was asked that question in the Robbo documentary (which is a really good watch btw). He said, IIRC, something along the lines of “yeah, I’d have taken him out before he got into his stride”

, 8:02 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Cannot believe that Hodge beat “Huffers” to it.

Manuel 7:19 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
4 fucking mil? I remember reading some time ago that it valued at approx 250k. It's been on display at some museum in Manchester in recent years.

Lato 7:19 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
The best use for that would be to wipe your arse with it!

Texas Iron 7:18 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
The HAND…Cheat…

https://www.google.com/search?q=video+maradona+hand+of+god&rlz=1C9BKJA_enUS955US955&oq=video+maradona+ha&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0i22i30l3.15830j0j7&hl=en-US&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8

southbankbornnbred 7:15 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
I love the fact that the English media still refer to it as the 'Hand of God' match, rather than the 'Greatest goal ever scored at a World Cup' game...

The first was a cheating wankstain of an act.
The second was absolute fucking genius.

And I still think Lineker was fouled for what would have been the penalty after Barnes' cross. Shoved under the ball as he was about to head the equaliser.

What a game.

southbankbornnbred 7:09 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Hodge in his (rather dull) autobiography:

"It’s not for sale. I am not trying to sell it."

Hodge after he's told how much it would fetch:

"Get fookin' Southeby's on't phone...I were reet mates with Madonna..."

southbankbornnbred 7:06 Wed Apr 6
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Catching Maradona to ask for his shirt was probably the fastest Steve Hodge ever moved. The cunt.

zico 7:01 Wed Apr 6
Re: Maradona's 'Hand of God' shirt to be sold by Steve Hodge
Still to this day don't know why Robson replaced Alvin after a 3-0 win over Paraguay with Terry Fenwick! Pity Bryan Robson was injured, I suspect he would have just fouled him rather than jog behind like Peter Reid!

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