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  1. Lifesize Podolski Fathead
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Lifesize Podolski Fathead

Forward Lukas Podolski, known for his strong and persistent attacking style, signed with Arsenal in April 2012. Before making the move to the Gunners, Podolski spent eight years with 1. FC Koln (2002-2004, 2006-2009, 2009-2012). He has also been a consistent force for the German national teams since his days as a U-17 player, beginning in 2001.

Life-size version of of the Arsenal forward. The Lukas Podolski Fathead wall graphic is made of tough, tear and fade-resistant vinyl. It is high-resolution and 3D.

Approximately 5'3" x 5'9". Comes with additional separate mini graphics of Arsenal's team logo. This Fathead wall graphic uses a low-tack adhesive and can be moved and removed from walls without damaging surfaces.


El delantero Lukas Podolski, conocido por su estilo de ataque fuerte y persistente, firmó con el Arsenal en abril de 2012. Antes de llegar a los Gunners, Podolski jugó ocho años con el FC Koln (2002-2004, 2006-2009, 2009-2012). También ha sido titular con

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