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Italy 2008 Away kit XL

Italy 2008 Away kit XL

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Condition: ★★★★☆

This fanela is in great condition. It was used in their Euro 2008 campaign and the size of this one is XL.

Italy had a disappointing performance in the UEFA Euro 2008 tournament. As the defending champions from the 2006 FIFA World Cup, expectations were high for the Italian national team. However, they failed to progress past the Quarter Finals where they lost to Spain in a Penalty shoot-out.

During the UEFA Euro 2008 tournament, Italy's squad included several key players who were instrumental in their performances:

  1. Gianluigi Buffon (Goalkeeper): Buffon was the captain of the Italian national team and one of the world's top goalkeepers at the time. His presence and leadership were vital for the team's defense.

  2. Fabio Cannavaro (Defender): Cannavaro was a seasoned defender and the captain of Italy's 2006 FIFA World Cup-winning team. His experience and defensive prowess were crucial for Italy's backline.

  3. Andrea Pirlo (Midfielder): Pirlo was known for his exceptional vision, passing ability, and creativity in midfield. He played a key role in Italy's build-up play and was a crucial component of their midfield.

  4. Alessandro Del Piero (Forward): Del Piero was a talented forward who provided creativity and goal-scoring threat for Italy. He was known for his skillful dribbling and ability to score crucial goals.

  5. Francesco Totti (Forward): Totti was another influential attacking player for Italy. His vision, passing, and ability to unlock defenses were essential for creating goal-scoring opportunities.

  6. Gennaro Gattuso (Midfielder): Gattuso was known for his tenacious style of play and his ability to break up opposition attacks. He provided defensive stability and added grit to Italy's midfield.

  7. Daniele De Rossi (Midfielder): De Rossi was a versatile midfielder who could contribute both defensively and offensively. He was known for his passing range, tackling ability, and leadership on the field.

  8. Gianluca Zambrotta (Defender): Zambrotta was an experienced full-back known for his pace, defensive solidity, and ability to contribute to the attack. He provided stability in Italy's defense and was a threat going forward.

  9. Luca Toni (Forward): Toni was a powerful and prolific striker known for his aerial ability and goal-scoring prowess. He led the line for Italy during the tournament and was a constant threat in the opposition box.

  10. Marco Materazzi (Defender): Materazzi was a rugged and physical defender known for his toughness and aerial presence. He provided solidity at the back and was a key figure in Italy's defensive setup.

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