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Porto 2007/08 Home kit Medium

Porto 2007/08 Home kit Medium

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Nothing looks better than a classic Porto kit with the nostalgic Portugal Telecom sponsor. Watch out though as this has a bit of visible flaking, but not enough to take the vintage and classy aesthetic out of it. The size is Medium and it was manufactured by Nike.

During the 2007/08 season, FC Porto, under the management of Jesualdo Ferreira, had a successful campaign in various competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in all competitions:

  1. Primeira Liga (Portuguese League):

    • Porto finished the season as champions of the Primeira Liga.
  2. UEFA Champions League:

    • Porto reached the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League but were eliminated by Schalke 04.
  3. Taca de Portugal (Portuguese Cup):

    • Porto reached the final but couldn't bring it home.

During the 2007/08 season, FC Porto had several key players who contributed significantly to their success:

  1. Lucho González: The Argentine midfielder was a crucial figure in Porto's midfield, providing both creativity and defensive stability. He was known for his leadership on the pitch and his ability to dictate the tempo of the game.

  2. Lisandro López: The Argentine striker was Porto's top scorer during the season, known for his clinical finishing and ability to score crucial goals. He played a vital role in Porto's attacking setup, often leading the line and creating scoring opportunities.

  3. Ricardo Quaresma: The Portuguese winger was known for his dribbling skills and ability to create chances out of nothing. Quaresma's pace and trickery made him a constant threat to opposition defenses, and he was a key creative force for Porto during the 2007/08 season.

  4. Bruno Alves: The Portuguese defender was a rock at the heart of Porto's defense, known for his physicality, aerial prowess, and ability to read the game. Alves played a crucial role in keeping Porto's defense organized and was a key player in their title-winning campaign.

  5. Helton: The Brazilian goalkeeper provided stability and assurance between the posts for Porto. His shot-stopping abilities and command of the penalty area played a significant role in Porto's defensive solidity throughout the season.

  6. Raul Meireles: The Portuguese midfielder provided energy and industry in Porto's midfield, contributing both defensively and offensively. His work rate and ability to cover ground made him an important asset in midfield battles.

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