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AC Milan primavera away football shirt 1993/94

Sale price$421.00
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Condition: 10/10

Player: #2 Massimo Oddo 

Comments: Classic away shirt matchworn by Milan's primavera team during 1993/94. Worn by fullback Massimo Oddo who went on to make 514 senior appearances and win 34 caps for Italy, including winning the World Cup in 2006.

The squad also included Francesco Coco, Stefano Lombardi, Roberto Colombo, Francesco Cozza, Roberto D'Aversa Francesco De Francesco and Fabio Moro.

Features sublimated number on reverse and AC Milan logo embroidered to the chest as opposed to the Scudetto star worn by the first team.

The senior side enjoyed a hugely successful campaign, with Rossoneri claiming a treble; defending their Scudetto title, winning the Coppa Italia, as well as defeating Barcelona 4-0 in the Champions League Final.

Carlo Ancelotti's first-team squad included Franco Baresi, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Pierre Papin, Brian Laudrup, Roberto Donadoni, Marco Van Basten and Alessandro Costacurta.

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