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Red Bull Salzburg 2008/09 Training kit Large

Red Bull Salzburg 2008/09 Training kit Large

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Training top in fantastic condition. Manufactured by Adidas and a size Large. The club was originally founded in 1933 as SV Austria Salzburg. However, in 2005, Red Bull GmbH, the Austrian energy drink company, purchased the club and rebranded it as Red Bull Salzburg. This move brought significant investment and transformed the club into a powerhouse in Austrian and European football.

The club's rebranding and close association with Red Bull have stirred controversy among traditional football fans in Austria and beyond. Critics argue that the commercialization of football undermines the sport's traditional values and local identity.

Since the takeover by Red Bull, the club has been a dominant force in Austrian football, winning numerous league titles and domestic cups. They have established themselves as the most successful club in the Austrian Bundesliga in recent years.

Here's a breakdown of Red Bull Salzburg's performance in all competitions during the 2008/09 season in bullet points:

Austrian Bundesliga:

  • Total Points: 76
  • Wins: 23
  • Draws: 7
  • Losses: 6
  • Finished as league champions with a significant lead over other teams.

Austrian Cup:

  • Reached the Round of 16.


  • Reached the First Round.

During the 2008/09 season, Red Bull Salzburg had several key players who contributed significantly to their success:

  1. Marc Janko: The Austrian striker was the team's top scorer and played a pivotal role in their attacking lineup, providing crucial goals throughout the season.

  2. Alexander Zickler: The experienced forward brought leadership and experience to the team, contributing with both goals and assists.

  3. Somen Tchoyi: The Cameroonian midfielder was a dynamic presence in the midfield, known for his creativity and ability to dictate the tempo of the game.

  4. Sasa Ilic: Ilic was known for his excellent shot-stopping abilities, commanding presence in goal, and leadership on the field. He represented Partizan Belgrade in numerous domestic and international competitions, achieving success and earning accolades along the way. He also joined AE Larissa.

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