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Personally signed by Messi and Guardiola!

This product is part of Icons' exclusive UEFA Champions League signed memorabilia range, officially licensed by UEFA.

This incredible dual-signed photo was personally signed by both Leo Messi and his former manager Pep Guardiola in two exclusive signing sessions organised and carried out by Icons in Barcelona in the week beginning April 16, 2012.

This limited-edition photo shows Messi, the world's best player, being congratulated by Guardiola after scoring Barcelona's second goal in their 2009 Champions League final victory over Manchester United by 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Messi's stunning headed finish capped a man-of-the-match from the Argentinian, and handed Guardiola a Champions League trophy in his first season in charge at the club.

Guardiola won 14 out of 20 possible trophies in four incredible years as Barcelona manager, and Messi became their all-time record goalscorer in the process. This amazing photo is signed by two of the greatest Icons in modern football, and an unmissable piece of memorabilia for fans of arguably the greatest club side ever.

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


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