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Personally autographed by Xabi Alonso.

This cool photo was signed by Xabi Alonso in permanent black ink at a private signing in Madrid on January 28, 2010.

It shows Alonso celebrating after scoring against Argentina during Spain's friendly match at the Vicente Calderon stadium in Madrid on November 14, 2009. Alonso is a fixture in the Spain team and was a key player as Spain won Euro 2008.

The photo, which is 16x12 inches in size, comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Alonso signing.


Autografiada por Xabi Alonso. Esta imagen muestra a Xabi celebrando un gol contra Argentina en el Vicente Calderón de Madrid. Mide 16 x 12 pulgadas y es una de las pocas firmadas por Alonso en Madrid el 28 de enero de 2010. Viene en un empaque especial con

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