Match worn shirt worn by Sunderland captain Michael Gray in the away match against Newcastle 18/11/2000. Remember that cross for Quinns winner? What a game!
Hand signed by the man himself and unwashed.
The 2nd shirt is another match worn home shirt from an unknown game again hand signed by Mickey Gray
Appearances: 407 Goals: 17
Forget his crap last couple of seasons, Mickey Gray was a cracking little player for Sunderland. Beginning his Sunderland career on the left wing, Mickey soon demonstrated his repertoire of tricks. However, during the relegation season of 96/97, Reidy moved the floppy haired youngster to left back to accommodate Chrissy Waddle. The following season, Micky formed a magic partnership down the left wing with Allan Johnston. Despite missing the crucial play-off penalty at the end of the season, Mickey's career or haircut didn't suffer either. Equipped with a new bleached blonde look, Mickey continued to frighten defenders both in Division 1 and then the Premiership. He even got on the international scene, with 3 caps won under Keegan's ill-fated reign.