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Switzerland 2006 Home kit with Official Vogel Print Small

Switzerland 2006 Home kit with Official Vogel Print Small

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Condition: ★★★★★

The size is Small, it was manufactured by Puma for their 2006 World Cup Campaign where they reached the Round of 16. Excellent condition. The Swiss flag can be seen on the front side of the shirt in an abstract  design. It also features an official Vogel ''6''' name print.

Switzerland progressed to the Round of 16. However, their journey came to an end in this stage as they faced Ukraine. The match ended 0-0 after extra time, but Switzerland was eliminated after losing 3-0 on penalties.

  • Vogel had a successful club career, primarily in Switzerland and Germany. He spent several seasons at Grasshopper Club Zürich before moving to European giants AC Milan in 2000.
  • At AC Milan, Vogel struggled to secure a regular starting position due to stiff competition in midfield. However, he still contributed to the team's success, winning the Serie A title and the UEFA Champions League during his time with the club.
  • Vogel later played for clubs such as PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands and Blackburn Rovers in England before finishing his career back in Switzerland with FC Zürich.

Several key players stood out for their contributions to the team:

  1. Alexander Frei: Frei was Switzerland's primary attacking threat during the tournament. He was the team's leading goal scorer in the qualifiers and played a crucial role in the World Cup campaign as well. Frei's goalscoring ability and leadership were vital for Switzerland.

  2. Pascal Zuberbühler: Zuberbühler was the goalkeeper for the Swiss team in the 2006 World Cup. He put in some outstanding performances, especially in the group stage matches, where he made crucial saves to keep Switzerland in contention.

  3. Johann Vogel: Vogel was an influential figure in midfield for Switzerland. As the team captain, he provided leadership and stability in the center of the park. Vogel's passing range and defensive contributions were essential for Switzerland's tactical setup.

  4. Philippe Senderos: Senderos played a key role in Switzerland's defense during the tournament. His composure and aerial prowess made him a reliable presence in the backline. Senderos played a crucial part in helping Switzerland keep clean sheets and navigate through tough matches.

  5. Tranquillo Barnetta: Barnetta was a versatile midfielder who contributed both defensively and offensively for Switzerland. His work rate and ability to create scoring opportunities made him a valuable asset for the team.

  6. Johan Djourou: Djourou was a young and promising defender who provided depth to Switzerland's backline. While he didn't feature as prominently as some other defenders, his performances when called upon were solid and contributed to the team's defensive solidity.
  7. Valon Behrami: Behrami was another versatile midfielder who showcased his defensive abilities and tireless work ethic throughout the tournament. His ability to cover ground and support both the defense and attack made him an important player for Switzerland.
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