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Chelsea 2012 UEFA Champions League Victory Team-Signed Jersey

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Chelsea 2012 UEFA Champions League Victory Team-Signed Jersey

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    Why Buy From A Man & His Cave

    DImensions: 880 x 1080 (mm)
    Certificate of Authenticity: Yes, AMA

    Chelsea were victorious in the 2012 UEFA Champions League, defeating Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Saturday 19 May 2012.

    Bayern took the lead late in the second half through Thomas Müller, but Didier Drogba equalised for Chelsea five minutes later to take the game to extra time, in which Arjen Robben missed an awarded penalty, Petr Cech saving the low drive. The teams stayed level at 1–1 and the match went to a penalty shoot-out, which Chelsea won 4–3 to clinch their first Champions League title. In doing so, they became the first London club to win the tournament, the fifth English club and 22nd overall.

    This jersey is personally signed by:

    Lampard
    Sturridge
    Mata
    Terry
    Newton
    Cole
    Malouda
    Meireles
    Drogba
    Piazon
    Ramires
    Mikel
    Viveash
    Romeu
    Bertrand
    Chalobah
    Lukaku
    Bosingwa
    Ivanovic
    Hilario
    Holland
    Cahill
    Cech
    Hutchinson
    Essien
    Ferreira
    McGiven
    McEachran
    Abramovich
    Di Matteo

    Full authentication and certification is provided and the piece is backed by Sports Online's 100% Authenticity Guarantee and is sold consistent with the authenticity guidelines of the Australian Memorabilia Association. Independent third party AMA authentication and certification provided with online product registration of your unique item.

    The majority of the signatures were obtained at Cobham Training Centre in Stoke d'Abernon, on 15 May 2012.


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