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This 16" x 12" print was personally signed by Gareth Bale in an exclusive signing session with the Spurs and Wales star in London on January 25, 2012.

This print shows Bale flying past Chelsea's John Terry at full speed during one of Spurs' latest duels with their London rivals.

Bale has become one of the world's deadliest wingers. The Welshman combines lightening pace and incredible power with a lethal left foot. He is a hero at White Hart Lane and a crucial player for both club and country.

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


Esta fotografía de 16” x 12” fue autografiada por Gareth Bale durante una sesión exclusiva celebrada en Londres el 25 de enero de 2012. La imagen muestra a Bale superando a John Terry, del Chelsea, durante uno de los encuentros entre ambos equipos londinen

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