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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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