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  1. 125 Years of great soccer
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125 Years of great soccer

A Honduran left back who's found his soccer home at Celtic; Emilio Izaguirre is gifted both defensively and on the other end of the field in attack, where he often makes the difference for his team. Izaguirre uses his lightning-quick speed to make bombing overlapping runs and play in dangerous crosses. His exceptional skill and form was recognized in 2011, his debut season with Celtic. That year he won four major awards including Player of the Year Honors from the Professional Footballers' Association Scotland and the Scottish Football Writers and Celtic Players' Player of the Year. The Hoops are lucky to count him among the ranks. Izaguirre is truly elite.

Celtic's new home jersey for the 13/14 season has a unique take on the club's classic green and white hoops. This year, each green hoop is made up of seven smaller hoops which pay tribute to famed Celtic players who have worn the number seven - Jimmy Johnstone and Henrik Larsson.

Cross-over V-neck jersey with Celtic team badge, Nike logo and sponsor design at the front. Inside the collar is screened: "This Celtic Football Club is much more than a football club. To a lot of people it's a way of life."

Dri-FIT polyester.


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