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Udinese 2009/10 Home kit Small

Udinese 2009/10 Home kit Small

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Condition: ★★★★★

This fanela has some very interesting features. It has some of the best Serie A patches we've seen as the material is thick and you can feel the brushes on the design. Also it has an official number #17 print.

It's in excellent condition and a size Small. Produced by Italian manufacturers Lotto.

Udinese Calcio had a relatively successful 2009/10 season, competing in multiple competitions. Here is a summary of their performance in various competitions during that season:

  1. Serie A (Italian top division): Udinese finished in 15th place in the Serie A during the 2009/10 season. They earned 42 points from 38 matches, securing their position in the top-flight league for the following season.

  2. Coppa Italia (Italian domestic cup): In the Coppa Italia, Udinese reached the Semi-Finals before being eliminated from the competition. They were knocked out by Roma.

During the 2009/10 season, Udinese Calcio had several notable players who made significant contributions to the team. Some of these players included:

  1. Antonio Di Natale: Di Natale was Udinese's talismanic striker and captain during that season. He had an outstanding campaign, scoring numerous goals in Serie A. He was one of the top goal-scorers in the league and a key figure for the team.

  2. Alexis Sánchez: The young Chilean forward, Alexis Sánchez, had a breakout season with Udinese in 2009/10. He showcased his talent and versatility, attracting attention from top European clubs. His performances earned him a move to FC Barcelona after the season.

  3. Gökhan İnler: The Swiss midfielder, Gökhan İnler, was an important presence in Udinese's midfield. He played a crucial role in controlling the tempo of the game and contributing to both defense and attack.

  4. Mauricio Isla: The versatile Chilean player, Mauricio Isla, was an integral part of Udinese's squad. He was known for his ability to play in various positions, including right-back and midfield.

  5. Cristián Zapata: The Colombian defender, Cristián Zapata, provided stability in Udinese's defense. His solid performances helped the team maintain their position in Serie A and compete in European competitions.

  6. Samir Handanović: The Slovenian goalkeeper, Samir Handanović, was a crucial presence in goal for Udinese. He established himself as one of the top shot-stoppers in Serie A during that season.                                                                       
  7. Kwadwo Asamoah: The Ghanaian midfielder, Kwadwo Asamoah, was known for his energy and work rate in the midfield, contributing both defensively and in attack.
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