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A Lionel Messi Game-Issued/Unused #10 FC Barcelona Away Shirt & Bib. 2012/13 UEFA Champions League.

A Game-Issued/Unused #10 FC Barcelona Away Shirt from the 2012/13 UEFA Champions League Season.  Accompanying the garment is also a UEFA Champions League Ballboy/Staff Worn Bib from a Barcelona fixture at the Camp Nou.  This black away shirt was originally prepared to be worn in the away fixture v. Bayern Munich in the Semi-Final first leg match on 4/23/2013.  The team was originally set to wear the black away kit, but in the end chose to wear their home uniforms during the away match.  These black uniforms are left as unworn.  Upon close inspection, you will come to find the following signs of use throughout this garment:  the garment remains in superb/new condition as it was never worn.  the UEFA Champions League bib has a slight odor, but remains in superb condition.  Please take a moment to review the authentication notes provided, as well as the provided photographs.

1.  Sized appropriately for Messi, size L.

2.  Messi's name & squad number to back of garment.  Style unique to FC Barcelona squad members in 2012/13.  Unique thermal application.

3.  UEFA Champions League competition logo to player's right sleeve.  Unique felt/thermal application.

4.  UEFA Respect competition logo to player's left sleeve.  Unique felt/thermal application.

5.  Wash label printed to inside body of garment.

6.  Rubber trim throughout shoulders and sleeves.

7.  Appropriate Nike identifiers throughout.

8.  Ventilation to each body side.

9.  Additional details apply.

This is a truly unique issued example coming from the Catalan club.  A unique unworn Messi example from a memorable UEFA Champions League Semi-Final tie. 

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