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# 22 Game Issued and team signed Ronaldo farewell jersey 2011 signatures include Ronaldo, Robinho and Neymar

This is very rare jersey was issued for #22 during the Ronaldo farewell, on June 7th 2011 for a match against Romania. Made by Nike. Made in Brazil. Size M. The jersey has black authenticity tag on the front of the shirt: "Authentic, designed to the exact specifications of championship athletes" and includes the number. This jersey does not have any hanging wash tags and instead comes with printed tag inside the shirt. The numbers, Nike logo, and Brazil badge comes in the correct size and made from special rubber material. In addition, this stunning jersey has been signed by 16 members of Brazilian team, including Ronaldo, Robinho, Dani Alves, Elano, Julio Cesar, David Luiz, Thiago Neves, and Neymar. The signatures come on the front of the shirt in an excellent condition.


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