Torino 1975-1976 Retro Football Shirt

Torino 1975-1976 Retro Football Shirt
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Torino 1975-1976 Retro Football Shirt. Francesco Gaziani joined the granata in 1973, and soon became a key player for the team, winning the Serie A in 1976. In 1977, he was the Serie A top-scorer with 21 goals. From 2004 to 2006, he coached Cervia, an amateur team of Emilia-Romagna from Eccellenza league which was subject of an Italian reality show, Campioni – Il Sogno. He led the team to an immediate promotion to Serie D, becoming popular with the public because of his hot-blooded attitudes.

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Airdrieonians 1920s Retro Football Shirt

Airdrieonians 1920s Retro Football Shirt
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Airdrie 1920s Retro Football Shirt.The club enjoyed its most successful era in the 1920s following the signing of Hughie Gallacher from Queen of the South in 1921.Airdrie finished in second place in the Scottish League Championship four years in a row in between 1923 and 1926 as well as winning the Scottish Cup in 1924. Following this victory, in early summer 1925, the club visited Norway and Sweden, and made a big impression.

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France 1958 World Cup Retro Football Shirt

France 1958 World Cup Retro Football Shirt
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France 1958 World Cup Retro Football Shirt. In the 35th minute of the 1958 World Cup semi-final against Brazil, Robert Jonquet got injured and France were forced to play the rest of the game with just 10 men. The challenge proved too great for the French and they ended up losing the game 5-2 woth Pelé scoring a hat-trick. Just Fontaine scored an incredible 13 goals for the French and ended up as top scorer.

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Italy 1940-1950s Retro Football Shirt

Italy 1940-1950s Retro Football Shirt
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Italy 1940-1950s Retro Football Shirt. Alcides Edgardo Ghiggia (born 22 December 1926 in Montevideo, Uruguay) an excellent dribbler on the right wing, 1,69 m short and 62 kg light, is considered one of the best wingers of the 1950s. The World Cup winner of 1950 played for the national sides of Uruguay and Italy. Ghiggia became a naturalized Italian citizen in 1957 he played between 1957-1959 for the national side of his adopted country. Three matches he played in the course of the ill-fated qualification for the World Cup 1958 in Sweden when Italy failed for the first time to make it to the final tournament of a World Cup. In his altogether five matches for Italy he scored one goal.

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