2003-04 Deportivo Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt Capdevila #15 (v PSV)

2003-04 Deportivo Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt Capdevila #15 (v PSV)
2003-04 Deportivo Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt Capdevila #15 (v PSV) 2003-04 Deportivo Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt Capdevila #15 (v PSV) 2003-04 Deportivo Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt Capdevila #15 (v PSV)

2003-04 Deportivo Match Worn Champions League Home Shirt Capdevila #15 (v PSV)

£299.99

Condition of shirt - Very Good


Size - XL


Condition details - Very bright colours, smooth material feel, patch and printing are great for age, minor colour run to right sleeve and wear to collar front stitching 


Made by - Joma


Player - Elegant Spain international left back Joan Capdevila #15


Player issue features - Correct player size print and Champions League starball professionally heat pressed, sponsor is screen printed and positioned within a white box unlike on the replica version to meet UEFA regulations, replica comes with an LFP patch already applied, swapped with a PSV player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Capdevila in the Champions League Group C match against PSV played at the Riazor on the 30th September 2003. Depor had drawn 1-1 with AEK in their opening match and picked up their first win here with a comfortable 2-0 victory against the Dutch giants. González gave the side a half-time lead and Pandiani added a second from the penalty spot. Capdevila played the full match at the back. It would go on to be a memorable campaign for the club as they progressed through the group before seeing off Italian heavyweights Juventus and AC Milan to reach the Semi Finals, eventually losing out to eventual winners Porto. The Milan tie especially was an epic as Javier Irureta's men incredibly ovetturned a 4-1 defeat in the San Siro by winning 4-0 at the Riazor. Capdevila joined the club in 2000 and spent 7 years at the Riazor, while at international level he represented Spain 60 times winning both Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup