After the departure of Muzzy Izzet in the summer of 2004, Matt became the longest serving player at the club. He was Leicester’s record signing at the time when Martin O’Neill paid Oxford £1.6m in January 1997. He scored the goal that secured the club’s Premiership status that season and missed just three league matches in the next three years. His career hit a peak in the early part of 2000 with his match-winning, goalscoring efforts in the semi-final and Final of the Worthington Cup – a trio of headers that quite rightly led to him lifting the trophy on his fifth visit to Wembley.
Here is a great opportunity to own a piece of Leicester City history, a 16×12 inch photo, commemorating the the 2000 League Cup Final, signed by Captain & goalscorer. Matt Elliott.
The photo was personally signed by Matt in a signing session carried out and attended by Allstarsignings.
The item comes with an Allstarsignings certificate of authenticity which will have photographic proof inserted into it and our tamper-proof hologram.
Please note,signature positions may vary