Match worn or issued Real Madrid home shirt by the club’s number 10 in the season 1992-1993. This number #10 was most frequently worn by Robert Prosinečki and secondly by Martín Vázquez.
Robert Prosinečki is a former midfielder from Croatia. He was born in Germany but his parents were from Yugoslavia. When he was ten, he and his family moved back to Yugoslavia. He moved from youth academies from the German Stuttgarter Kickers to Dinamo Zagreb in the Socialist Republic of Croatia.
Former Spanish attacking midfielder Rafael Martín Vázquez was born and raised in Madrid. He played for Real Madrid (Castilla) in the youth academy. In 1983 he made his first team debut and after seven seasons he left the club in the summer of 1990 for Torino. He made this decision after the legend Hagi signed for the club from Madrid. In the summer of 1992 Vázquez joined Olympique de Marseille (OM). Already after 9 matches for OM he returned to Madrid to reach over 70 appearances in the period from October 1992 until mid-1995. He then played for Deportivo La Coruña (1995-1997), Atlético Celaya (1997-98, together with old Madrid teammate Butragueño) and Karlsruher SC (1998). Martín Vázquez played 38 international matches for the Spanish national football team.
In the season 1992-1993, Real Madrid won the Copa del Rey. They finished 2nd in the La Liga after losing to CD Tenerife on the last day of the season: 0-2.
The shirt has all the characteristics of a match shirt: first team player size Large or XL and the painted Teka sponsor logo and number 10. This shirt is bought together with other match shirts from Real Madrid.
In this period, shirts were often used in multiple competition matches by whoever started with that number (so often also by multiple players). It is almost certain that it was worn as reserve competition shirts were only very rarely made.
Condition: Very good