More often then not, he wore the no. 5 shirt. During the FA Cup Semi's, v. Liverpool, he wore the number five. He spent the majority, if not all his career as a central defender, including his Welsh caps, and with his other clubs.
Liverpool enjoyed their first ever season on the European Cup in 1964 and were drawn against a brilliant Anderlecht team that mostly contained the Belgian National Team. In those days, players weren't issued fixed shirt numbers, they wore the shirt corresponding to their position. When Liverpool manager Bill Shankly read out the team before the game, they were all surprised when defender Tommy Smith was giving the No.10 shirt - the normal number for a striker. As Smith tells it, one of the Anderlecht defenders tried to mark him for the first 20-minutes of the game, bamboozled by the wrong shirt number. Whether that contributed to Liverpool's 3-nil victory or not is a matter of conjecture, but it is surely an example of Shankly's genius. Smith retained the No.10 shirt number for the rest of his Liverpool career.
The past tense of wear is wore. Eg. "I wore this shirt yesterday too, but it's all I had."
What is Joerococo, number on the All black t shirt
all ny gaint players who wore number 72
Jim essian wore that number
Yes, during the 1996/97 Champions League campaign, not sure why as in all other competitions that season he wore 18
he wore a pinkt-shirt to work and had to do a survey and Bart answered all the auestions wrong
Brain Mitchell wore #30
Women wore dresses or skirts and just a shirt with a sweater over top of it. Men wore pants, a regular shirt, a tie, and a sweater over top of it all. Kids wore pretty much the same thing but boys, depending on their age, didn't wear a tie.
Andre FrazierClick on the link to see all the players that wore number 54 on the Steelers.