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  1. The 2012 EPL Champs!
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The 2012 EPL Champs!

Sergio "Kun" Aguero is an exciting rising star in the world. The young striker currently plays for Manchester City and the Argentine national team as a lethal attacking player on the wings. He also happens to be the son-in-law of Diego Maradona! Lots of teams are keeping their eyes on Aguero as he continues to improve and fans should turn around and take notice too!

In 2012, Manchester City provided us with one of the most exciting Premier League finishes in years. This official jersey, which features a fold-over collar and embroidered team badge, is what they'll be wearing as they defend their new title. Made of 100% polyester.


Apoya a Sergio “Kun” Agüero con esta camiseta oficial del Manchester City que viene con cuello plegable y escudo bordado del club. Agüero fue pieza fundamental tanto del City como de la Selección de Argentina durante 2012, conquistando el título con los Ci

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