2008-09 Zenit St. Petersburg Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Krizinac #4

2008-09 Zenit St. Petersburg Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Krizinac #4
2008-09 Zenit St. Petersburg Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Krizinac #4 2008-09 Zenit St. Petersburg Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Krizinac #4 2008-09 Zenit St. Petersburg Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Krizinac #4

2008-09 Zenit St. Petersburg Match Issue Champions League Home Shirt Krizinac #4

£249.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XL


Condition details - Bright colours, club badge is stitched, Puma logos, sponsor and print are great, nice material feel


Made by - Puma


Player - Tough tackling no-nonsense Croatian centre back Ivica Križanac #4


Player issue feautres - Correct player size UEFA Champions League print and starball professionally heat pressed, smaller sized sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, transfer material Puma logos, given to a Croatia team mate as a gift and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Ultra rare player shirt believed to have been issued to or worn by Križanac during the 2008-09 Champions League campaign. The reigning UEFA Cup Champions were placed in a tricky Group H alongside Real Madrid, Juventus and BATE Borisov. They won just one match beating the Belorussian side 2-0 at the Borisov Arena, but did earned a credible draw with Juve in St Petersburg. Križanac made 34 appearances in all competitions for the side this season, five of which came in the Champions League. The side failed to retain their Russian Premier League crown finishing a disappointing 5th, the former Sparta Prague man scored once this season in the side's 4-1 win at Terek Grozny. This was his fourth campaign in Russia after joining from Polish side Grodzisk Wielkopolski in 2005. The Croatian earned his first cap for his national side this year coming on at half time in Croatia's 3-2 comeback with over Slovenia in August 2008, he went on to earn 11 caps in total between 2008-10.