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Landon Donovan is a brilliant midfielder and attacking player with impeccable distribution and finishing, from the LA Galaxy to the U.S. Men's National Team to Everton FC. During his first stint with Everton in January 2010, he was named Player of the Month after scoring two goals and assisting on four others over a 13-game stretch. In his second stint with Everton in 2012 from January 4 to February 11, Landon again displayed his playmaking skills with six assists over nine games.

This Nike Everton soccer ball is signed in black paint pen by Landon Donovan. His autograph has been authenticated by virtue of UDA's Five-Step Authentication Process.

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


El mediocampista de la Selección de Estados Unidos, del LA Galaxy y del Everton FC, Landon Donovan, ha sido pieza fundamental de sus escuadras. En su debut con el Everton en enero de 2010, Donovan fue nombrado Jugador del Mes tras anotar dos goles y dar el

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