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The Perfect Kaka Collectible

Personally signed by Kaka.

This stunning photograph shows Brazilian maestro Kaka hoisting the Champions League trophy after AC Milan's win in 2007. Along with his World Cup win with Brazil in 2002 Kaka has already achieved the two highest honors for club and country.

Commemorate this brilliant player with this personally autographed photo of Kaka celebrating the moment. The 16" x 12" photograph was personally signed by Kaka in an exclusive session in Madrid on April, 29 2010. This limited edition item comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Kaka signing the picture.

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


Autografiada personalmente por Kaká.

Esta impresionante fotografía muestra a Kaká levantando la copa tras la victoria del AC Milán en la final de la Champions League de la UEFA en 2007. Kaká además fue parte de la selección brasileña que conquistó el Mundi

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