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Chievo Verona home football shirt 2006/07

Sale price£105 Regular price£140
Size & Condition Guide


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 Size Description
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YM Youth Medium
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We operate a condition scale of 1-10 which applies to all items. You will find our condition ranking in an item's description.

Due to the nature of vintage products, some items may show signs of ageing. Anything detrimental (eg. holes or marks) will be noted.

Condition: 9/10

Player: #16 Mattia Marchesetti

Comments: Matchworn home shirt used by Chievo during the 2006/07 season as they finished 18th in Serie A.

Shirt was worn by midfielder Mattia Marchesetti who made just 5 appearances for the club, four as a substitute, before going out on loan to Triestina in January. This long-sleeved shirt was worn during the 2-2 draw away at Atalanta on 19/11/06, Marchesetti was substituted after 50 minutes.

Features heat-pressed numberset and official Lega Calcio sleeve patch.

The squad also included Andrea Mantovani, Franco Semioli, Federico Giunti, Cesar Prates, Victor Obinna, Matteo Brighi and Sergio Pellissier.

"The Flying Donkeys" nickname was originally used by fans from crosstown rivals Hellas Verona to mock Chievo. The two clubs first met in Serie B in the mid-1990s, with Hellas chanting "Donkeys will fly before Chievo are in Serie A."

However, Chievo earned promotion to Serie A at the end of the 2000–01 Serie B season, Chievo fans started to call themselves 'The Flying Donkeys'.

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