Andres Iniesta Signed Barcelona Shirt (2013 – 2014)
Andres Iniesta came through La Masia (Barcelona youth academy) & went opn to debut for the first team aged just 18. Iniesta has gone on to win 7 La Liga’s, 4 Copa Del Rey’s & 4 Champions League. Iniesta has also won 106 caps for Spain, winning the 2010 World Cup & 2 successive European Championships. These accolades have made Andres Iniesta one of the most successful players to ever grace modern football.
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Signed Barcelona Shirt by captain & club legend Andres Iniesta.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Certification of Authenticity supplied with every purchase.
Ian Wright Signed Arsenal Shirt0 out of 5
Ian Wright joined Arsenal in 1991 after 6 years at Crystal Palace for Â£2.5 million, a record club fee at the time. Wright would go on to become Arsenals record goalscorer, scoring 186 goals in 279 games. During his time at the Gunners, Wright the Premier League (1997-98), 2 FA Cups, & 1 League Cup.
Ossie Ardiles & Ricky Villa Signed Tottenham Photo0 out of 5
Tottenham Hotspur won their 6th FA Cup in the 1980/81 season defeating Manchester City in the Final. The Final went toÂ a replay after the first game finished 1-1 after extra time. In the replayÂ Tottenham would come out victorious 3-2, thanks to 2 goals from Ricky Villa and 1 from Garth Crooks.
Celtic F.C Signed Shirt by 7 (1967 European Champions)0 out of 5
The 1967 European Cup Final was played between Internazionale & Celtic F.C. It took place at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal on 25th May 1967 in front of a crowd of 45,000. The match was Celtic’s first European final and turned out to be a triumphant debut as they won 2-1, with goals from Gemmell & Charmers.
Stuart Pearce Signed Photo0 out of 5
Stuart Pearce won 78 England Caps and played at two major tournaments for his country, the 1990 World Cup and the 1996 Euro’s where he scored an iconic penalty in front of a home crowd at Wembley to help England reach the semi-finals where they lost to Germany in a penalty shoot-out, despite Pearce successfully scoring from the spot again.
Neymar Signed Barcelona Shirt (2014 – 2015)0 out of 5
Neymar Jr first came to prominence during his time at Santos where he broke into the first team aged just 17. His performances during his 4 years at the club earnt him a big money move to Spanish giants Barcelona, for a fee of â‚¬57.1 million. Since joining the club, Neymar has gone on to score 35 goals in just 65 games, winning a treble last season that culminated with winning the Champions League in May, 2015.
Celtic F.C. Business Card Holder0 out of 5
An official Celtic F.C. business card holder, complete with a gift box.
James Rodríguez Signed Colombia Shirt0 out of 5
James Rodríguez is a centre attacking midfielder who plays for Real Madrid & the Colombian national side. Rodríguez rose to prominence during the 2014 World Cup winning the golden boot award & leading Colombia to the quarter finals. These performances on the biggest stage earnt Rodríguez a £63 million move to Real Madrid, where he scored 17 goals in his first season.
Wayne Rooney Framed Signed Manchester United Shirt (2011-2012)0 out of 5
Wayne Rooney is an English footballer who currently plays for Manchester United. Rooney has scored over 180 career goals in club football (during his time at Everton & Manchester United) as well as earning over 100 caps for his country and recently becoming the highest goalscorer of all time with 50 goals.
Steven Gerrard Framed Signed Football Boot0 out of 5
Steven Gerrard join the Liverpool academy when he was just 7 years of age, he would break into the first team in the 1998 season at the age of 18. Gerrard would go on to make over 504 appearances & score 120 goals from an attacking midfield position. Gerrard was hugely successful during his time at the club winning 2 FA Cup’s, 3 League Cup’s, 1 UEFA Cup & 1 Champions League (in which Liverpool came back to win on penalties after being 3-1 down).
Gordon Banks Framed Signed Photo – “Save of the Century”0 out of 5
There has been many iconic moments in football, but none more so than the “save of the century” regarded by many as the greatest save ever. It happened at the 1970 World Cup in Mexico, Jairzinho put in a wonderful ball at the back post which Pele superbly headed into the bottom corner of the goal only for Banks to keep it out.