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  • A.S. Roma 2001 - 2002  Third Shirt ' Montella'. Sought after Kappa Long Sleeve Shirt in Size XL (Fits more like Medium / Large). Good condition with no noticeable pulls or marks, however the both sponsor and player name-sets are showing slight signs of wear. Worn by Italian striker and top scorer, Vincenzo Montella in a another successful season for Roma who finished second in Serie A, having won it the previous year hence the scudetto crest on the shirt. In addition to this 'I Giallorossi' emerged as winners in the Supercoppa Italiana defeating Fiorentina 3-0.  
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    • AC Milan 2012 - 2013 Home Shirt
    Adidas shirt in size XL. Excellent condition with no marks, pulls or bobbles whatsoever. This shirt, worn by such luminaries as Mario Balotelli and top scorer Stephan El Sharaawy saw the Rossoneri finish 3rd in Serie A, reach the Quarter Finals of the Coppa Italia and the last sixteen of The Champions League under the leadership of Massimiliano Allegri.
  • Frosinone 2009 - 2010 Home Shirt. Stunning Legea Shirt in Size Large. Number 88 was worn by Primavera Centre Back Pietro Del Duca . Excellent condition with no noticeable pulls or marks, this shirt incorporates the wonderful Serie B logo on its sleeve. Frosinone from the Lazio region finished this Serie B season in 11th position.
  • Genoa 1998 - 1999 Home Shirt. Kappa Gara Shirt in size XL, Very Good condition with no pulls, bobbles or marks. Genoa finished in 12th place in Serie B during this season in a relatively under whelming season .
  • Palermo F.C Walkout Top. Distinctive Joma walkout top in size XL, fits more like Medium / Large. Good condition with no pulls, just a very small light stain shown within an image. Thought to be from season 2014 -2015 when the Sicilian team finished in a highly creditable 11th place in Serie A. and featuring players such as Paolo Dybala, Sol Bamba, Andrea Belotti and Emerson Palmieri.  
  • Parma A.C. 2001-2003 Third Shirt. Rare third shirt manufactured by Champion in size XL. Very Good condition for its age,there is very light vertical pull running next to and slightly above the letter 'P' on the chest, along with some bobbling on the same side lower down, otherwise no noticeable marks. This shirt was worn during Parma's successful Coppa Italia winning season 0f 2001/02.
  • SSC Napoli 2017-2018 'Milik' Champions League Shirt. Kappa Combat shirt in size XL (fit more like medium / large) with the name of  polish striker Arkadiusz Milik from Napoli's 2017/18 European campaign in both the Group stages of The Champions League where they finished third in a difficult group which saw their exit and subsequent dropping into the last 32 of the Europa League, where they were eliminated on away goals by RB Leipzig. On the domestic front this was a very successful season under Maurizio Sarri with The Partenopei finishing as runner-up to Juventus, Dries Merten's finishing as top scorer.
  • SSC Napoli 2019 -2020 'Insigne' Home Shirt BNWT. New Kappa Combat shirt in XL (fits more medium /large), paying homage to the son of Naples, Lorenzo Insigne. A  reasonable season for The Partenopei who finished seventh in Serie A and won the Coppa Italia under Carlo Ancelotti.  
  • Ternana Unicusano Calcio 2017 -2018 Third Shirt BNWT. Beautiful Italian made Zeus shirt in size XL. Ternana Calcio from Terni in the southern region of Umbria finished Serie B in a disappointing 21st position at the culmination of this season, there-bye being relegated to Serie C with one of the worst performances in the Club's history! This takes nothing away from the quality of both their home and away kits however, which were simply stunning!
  • U.S. Grosseto 1912 2012 - 2013 Home Shirt Errea shirt in size Large. Good Condition with no marks or pulls. There is some light bobbling on the lower front and lower back of the shirt. Sponsor logo's form part of the shirt material. This shirt is from the club's time in Serie B, however despite wearing this delightfully stylish shirt they were relegated to Serie C at the end of this season.

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