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Lifesize Suarez Fathead

While still a teenager, Luis Suarez moved from his native Uruguay to play in the Dutch league with Groningen and later Ajax, where he served as team captain. Hotly sought after by big teams all across Europe, Suarez moved to Liverpool in January 2011 in what was a record signing for the club.

Life-size version of of the Liverpool forward, the Luis Suarez Fathead wall graphic is made of tough, tear and fade-resistant vinyl. It is high-resolution and 3D.

Approximately 4'3" x 6'0".

Comes with additional separate mini graphics of Arsenal's team logo. This Fathead wall graphic uses a low-tack adhesive and can be moved and removed from walls without damaging surfaces.


Apoya a Luis Suárex y al Liverpool con este afiche tamaño real del goleador del club inglés. Está hecho de vinilo resistente en alta resolución y 3D. Mide aproximadamente 4’3” por 6’ y viene con mini gráficos separados del escudo del club. Puedes pegarlo y

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