Asics seemed to have a bit of a purple patch in the English Premiership in the early nineties. This is an example of their good work at the time. The design is solid and the quality, an area Asics can struggle with sometimes, is good as well. I particularly like the horizontal bands which break up a potentially boring jersey. The shirt carries the name and number of Tony Yeboah, a cult hero at Elland Road and scorer of many spectacular goals. Seriously the guy just didn't seems to know what a tap in was in his couple of seasons in Leeds. Everything seemed to be fearsome volleys, thunderbolts or diving headers.