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Dutch wonder-child Robin van Persie is undoubtedly one of the most effective strikers in the Premier League. He shocked Arsenal fans and thrilled Manchester United supporters when he made the move to Manchester United signing a four-year deal. Van Persie is a brilliant set-piece specialist and demonstrates excellent dribbling skill on the ball as he continues to threaten the goal from the front line.

Cool action figure of your favorite Manchester United star.

7 inch fully movable action figure with movable/rotatable head, arms shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, knees and ankles. There is even a unique spring loaded kicking leg. By adjusting the pose, you can make van Persie take multiple types of shots and make passes too.

van Persie is in the official kit of the 2012/2013 season, complete with all club sponsors and Premier League numbering and shoulder patches.

Official merchandise.


Apoya a Robin van Persie y al Manchester United con esta figurilla de 7 pulgadas. Puedes mover/rotar la cabeza, brazos, hombros, codos, muñecas, cintura, rodillas y tobillos; incluso viene con una pierna que dispara. Ajustando la pose, puedes colocarla en

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