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Austria Wien 2011/12 Away kit XXL

Austria Wien 2011/12 Away kit XXL

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Condition: ★★★★★

This kit is in great condition, the size is XXL and it feature's Nike's DriFit Technology.The colors violet and white have historical significance for Austria Wien, dating back to the club's formation and early years.

During the 2011/12 season, Austria Wien had a decent performance across various competitions. Here's an overview:

  1. Austrian Bundesliga: Austria Wien finished 2nd in the Austrian Bundesliga, the top tier of Austrian football. They had a strong campaign domestically but were edged out by Red Bull Salzburg for the title.

  2. ÖFB-Cup (Austrian Cup): Austria Wien reached the 3rd Round.

  3. UEFA Europa League: In the UEFA Europa League, Austria Wien competed in the group stage. They were placed in Group G along with AZ Alkmaar, Metalist Kharkiv, and Malmö FF. Austria Wien finished 3rd in the group, failing to advance to the knockout stages.

Some of the notable key players during that time included:

  1. Roland Linz: Linz was a prolific striker for Austria Wien during this period. He was known for his goal-scoring ability and played a crucial role in the team's attacking line.

  2. Zlatko Junuzović: Junuzović was a talented midfielder who had excellent vision and passing ability. He was known for his creativity in midfield and contributed both goals and assists to the team.

  3. Manuel Ortlechner: Ortlechner was a reliable defender who provided stability to Austria Wien's backline. He was strong in aerial duels and had good positioning, making him a key figure in the team's defense.

  4. Markus Suttner: Suttner was a versatile player who could operate as a left-back or left midfielder. He was known for his crossing ability and defensive contributions, playing an important role in both attack and defense.

  5. Alexander Grünwald: Grünwald was a midfielder known for his work rate and ability to control the tempo of the game. He played a vital role in linking defense to attack and was involved in orchestrating Austria Wien's midfield play.

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