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  1. A Piece of One of the Greatest Comebacks!
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A Piece of One of the Greatest Comebacks!

Personally signed by Xabi Alonso!

Xabi Alonso is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders playing the game today. He was also a key component to one of the exciting moments for Liverpool FC in recent history!

In 2005 Liverpool made one of the greatest comebacks in the Champions League when Xabi Alonso's final goal gave the Reds the points they needed to secure victory!

Now you can relive the moment and share a piece of Liverpool history with this limited edition 16" x 12" photo showing Alonso hoisting the trophy with his team and signed by Xabi Alonso himself!

Item comes with an official certificate of authenticity and features an image of Xabi Alonso signing the picture.

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


Personalmente autografiada por Xabi Alonso. El mediocampista español ha sido parte fundamental del Liverpool FC, especialmente en 2005, cuando el club conquistó el título de la Champions League gracias al gol de Alonso. La imagen captura el momento en el q

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