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Italy 2010 WORLD CUP Training kit Small

Italy 2010 WORLD CUP Training kit Small

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The less we talk about the Italian campaign on the 2010 World Cup the better. But that doesn't mean that they didn't had insane drip. This Puma Training template is an instant classic. The size is small and also featured gold lettering on the back. The condition is outstanding. 

In the 2010 FIFA World Cup held in South Africa, Italy did not perform as well as they had in the previous tournament. The Italian national football team, also known as the Azzurri, was the defending champion from the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

In the 2010 World Cup, Italy was placed in Group F alongside Paraguay, New Zealand, and Slovakia. Italy drew 1-1 against Paraguay, drew 1-1 against New Zealand, and lost 3-2 to Slovakia in the group stage. Unfortunately, these results were not sufficient for Italy to advance to the knockout stages. Italy finished last in their group and was eliminated from the tournament in the group stage, failing to progress to the Round of 16. It was a disappointing performance for the defending champions.

Some of the key players during that tournament included:

  1. Gianluigi Buffon (Goalkeeper): Buffon was the captain of the Italian team and one of the world's top goalkeepers at that time.

  2. Fabio Cannavaro (Defender): Cannavaro, who had captained Italy to victory in the 2006 World Cup, was a central defender and an experienced leader.

  3. Andrea Pirlo (Midfielder): Pirlo was a midfield maestro known for his vision, passing ability, and playmaking skills.

  4. Gennaro Gattuso (Midfielder): Gattuso was a tough-tackling midfielder, known for his defensive prowess and work rate in the midfield.

  5. Daniele De Rossi (Midfielder): De Rossi played as a midfielder and was known for his versatility, contributing both defensively and offensively.

  6. Alessandro Del Piero (Forward): Del Piero was a veteran forward with a prolific goal-scoring record and provided experience in the attack.

  7. Mauro Camoranesi (Midfielder): Camoranesi was a skilled midfielder known for his technical ability and versatility.

  8. Antonio Di Natale (Forward): Di Natale was a forward who played a key role in the attack, known for his goal-scoring prowess.

  9. Fabio Quagliarella (Forward): Quagliarella was another forward who contributed to Italy's attacking lineup during the tournament.                                                      
  10. Giorgio Chiellini (Defender): Chiellini played as a central defender and has been a stalwart in Italy's defense for many years.

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