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1998/99 Lazio Away Serie A Football Shirt Salas #9 (L)

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Relive Marcelo Salas 1998/1999 Serie A season with this original Puma Lazio away long sleeve football shirt.

Marcelo Salas
9/10 - Superb.
Chest measurement
42-44 Inches / 106-112 CM
Serie A / Coppa Italia winners
Shirt manufacturer
Shirt Colour
Black, white & light blue trim

Official Puma Lazio away long sleeve football shirt from the 1998/1999 season. Complete with Salas #9 on the back of the shirt, Serie A patch on the sleeve and Coppa Italia winners patch on the chest.

Condition of this vintage football shirt is 9/10 Superb (see photos).

All size and manufacturers labels present (see photos). Material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers and patches are all in superb condition.

Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.

In the same year, on the strength of his performances both in Argentina and the World Cup, he was sold toÌ_S.S. LazioÌ_in Italy for US$18Ì_million.

Salas played in Italy for five years, three withÌ_S.S. LazioÌ_(19982001), a key catalyst in helping turn around a Lazio team that hadn't won aÌ_ScudettoÌ_since the 19731974 season. His first Serie A appearance was on 4 October 1998. He scored his first goal playing for Lazio a few days later againstÌ_Inter.

With Lazio he won an Italian cup, aÌ_Cup Winners' CupÌ_and aÌ_European Super Cup, scoring the match's only goal in the latter, in a 10 win overÌ_Manchester United. In 2001 he was transferred toÌ_JuventusÌ_(for cash plusÌ_Darko Kova‰âÂ?evi‰âÂÌÊ) where Salas would endure the worst moments of his career; he was hampered by injuries, allowing him to participate in only 14 games and scoring just 2 goals.

Marcelo enjoys a cult following amongst English speaking Juventini from the United Kingdom, Ireland and the world over. This is because while suffering through the injuries a topic titled "Marcello Salas" was started by a Juventus fan to discuss the injures on the "Football Italia Foro" the topic soon became the place for Juventus fans to come and discuss all things Juve. Now, 15 years later, the Marcello Salas topic is still alive and well on the Football Italia Foro as the place to talk all things Juventus.Ì_

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