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Personally signed by Guardiola!

This 2011-12 Barcelona jersey was personally signed by former manager and club legend Pep Guardiola in an exclusive signing session with Icons in Barcelona on 20 May 2012.

After taking over as Barcelona manager in 2008, Guardiola ushered the club through the most successful era in their history, winning 14 of 20 possible trophies in four breath-taking years, including a hat-trick of La Liga titles and two Champions Leagues.

Guardiola, who made 479 appearances for Barcelona as a player between 1990 and 2001, has created a side to rival Johan Cruyff's famous ‘Dream Team', in which he was a key player himself during the early 90s. Despite leaving his position as manager, Guardiola is loved by players and fans alike, and these fantastic limited-edition signed jerseys are unmissable for Barcelona lovers.

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


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