|The Liverpool Shirts Museum
2005 UEFA Champions League Final Player Shirt
|Every Liverpool support will never forget the Champions League Final match played between us and AC Milan on 25 May 2005. This is a real illustration of what is meant by "Impossible is Nothing". Liverpool was three-nil down at the end of first half but we came back a draw in ninety minutes. We strived through the extra time and won the silverware in the penalty shoot out.|
|Milan continued to dominate the match and the player celebrated after Maldini scored.|
|The match has a bad start by all account.|
|Milan Baros struggled with Jaap Stam.||Chin up mates, it could get even worse.|
|Crespo made us 3-0 down.|
|Oh it has...|
|3-0 down in the half-time.
Is it the end of match?
|It's a Chelsea revenge?|
|When you walk through the storm,
hold your head up high.
|And don't be afraid of the dark.
Walk on through the wind,
Walk on through the rain.
|And the sweet silver song of a lark.|
|At the end of the storm,
there is a golden sky
|Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart, and you'll never walk alone!|
|2005 UEFA Champions League Final Player Shirt - Stephen Warnock was first selected by Rafa Benitez in the final squad to travel to Istanbul, but later on his place was taken over by Josemi.
Note that I will NOT show any close up or authentication details so as to deter fakers from cloning up fakes.
|This is the typical example of a "replica-converted" counterfeit. The so-called player shirt seller only knows about the absence of play-dry tag on the sleeve and knows NONE of otherwise details should be found on a genuine player shirt.
Beware this kind of fakes come up from time to time at ebay for the price of GBP89.99 to GBP119.99
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