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Personally signed by Suarez!

This adidas F50 cleat was personally signed by Liverpool and Uruguay star Luis Suarez.. The cleat was signed in a private signing session conducted by Icons with Suarez in Liverpool on 29 November 2011.

Suarez's career in England has been a whirlwind of dazzling performances and controversy since his 23m transfer to Liverpool from Ajax in January 2011. With breath-taking skill and a fiery temperamant, Suarez has become one of the most in-demand and talked-about strikers in Europe.

The cleat is signed in black ink and comes with a certificate of authenticity showing Luis at the signing session.

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


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