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Personally signed by Gerrard!

This product is part of Icons' exclusive UEFA Champions League signed memorabilia range, officially licensed by UEFA.

This photograph shows Steven Gerrard lifting the 2005 Champions League trophy after his inspirational performance propelled Liverpool to victory over AC Milan in Istanbul.

In one of the greatest football comebacks of all time, Steven Gerrard inspired his Liverpool team to overcome AC Milan's 3-0 half-time lead and bring the European Cup back to Merseyside for the fifth time.

The photograph is 16 inches by 12 inches in size and is one of a limited number that were signed by Gerrard a private signing session carried out in Liverpool. The photograph comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Gerrard signing the photograph.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


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