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Olympiacos 2014/15 Third kit Longsleeve Large BNWT

Olympiacos 2014/15 Third kit Longsleeve Large BNWT

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Condition: ★★★★★

This kit is in fantastic condition as it's Brand New With Tags. The size is Large and it was Manufactured by Puma, adding to the rarity it's also a Longsleeve.

The 2014/15 season was significant for Olympiacos FC, a Greek football club based in Piraeus, Athens. Here's an overview of their performance during that season:

  1. Super League Greece: Olympiacos dominated the domestic league, winning the Greek Super League title for the 42nd time in their history. They finished the season with an impressive record, showcasing their dominance in Greek football.

  2. Greek Cup: They won the Greek Cup.

  3. UEFA Champions League: In the UEFA Champions League, Olympiacos made it to the group stage. However, they faced tough competition and couldn't progress to the knockout stages. They finished third in their group, which included teams like Atletico Madrid, Juventus, and Malmo FF.

  4. Europa League: Olympiacos was eliminated from the UEFA Champions League group stage and subsequently entered the UEFA Europa League for the knockout rounds. In the Round of 32, they faced Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (now known as SC Dnipro-1) from Ukraine. After two legs, Olympiacos was defeated on aggregate, and Dnipro progressed to the Round of 16.

Some of the standout players during that period included:

  1. Kostas Mitroglou: Mitroglou, a Greek striker, was a prolific goalscorer for Olympiacos during his time with the club. He played a crucial role in their domestic dominance, often leading the line and finding the back of the net with consistency.

  2. Alejandro Domínguez: The Argentine midfielder was a creative force in Olympiacos' midfield. Known for his vision, passing ability, and playmaking skills, Domínguez provided assists and contributed to the team's attacking prowess.

  3. Esteban Cambiasso: The experienced Argentine midfielder joined Olympiacos in 2014 and brought leadership and tactical intelligence to the team. His vast experience from playing at top clubs like Inter Milan and Real Madrid was invaluable for Olympiacos in both domestic and European competitions.

  4. Roberto: The Spanish goalkeeper played a crucial role in providing stability at the back for Olympiacos. His shot-stopping abilities and command of the penalty area helped the team maintain defensive solidity throughout the season.

  5. Pajtim Kasami: The Swiss midfielder was another key player for Olympiacos during the 2014/15 season. Known for his versatility and technical skills, Kasami contributed both defensively and offensively, often making key interceptions and providing an attacking threat.

  6. Alberto Botía: The Spanish defender was a stalwart in Olympiacos' backline. Known for his physicality and defensive prowess, Botía provided stability and leadership in defense, helping the team maintain solidity at the back.

  7. David Fuster: The Spanish midfielder was a reliable presence in Olympiacos' midfield. Known for his work rate, passing ability, and tactical awareness, Fuster played a vital role in dictating the tempo of the game and linking defense with attack.

  8. Arthur Masuaku: The French left-back was known for his pace, energy, and attacking flair. Masuaku provided width down the left flank and often contributed with overlapping runs and crosses into the box, adding an additional dimension to Olympiacos' attacking play.

  9. Giannis Maniatis: The Greek midfielder was a tenacious presence in midfield, known for his work ethic, tackling ability, and leadership qualities. Maniatis played an important role in breaking up opposition attacks and providing defensive cover for the team.

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