Platini Match-Issued/Worn Shirt, Serie A 1984/85
Win this black/white Juventus FC home shirt, issued/worn by the phenomenol French midfielder Michel Platini for a 1984/85 Serie A championship match.
"Le Roi" wore the black/white team jersey from 1982 to 1987, when he ended his career at the age of 32 after winning numerous trophies. He is the only midfielder to have won the title of top scorer of the Serie A championship uninterruptedly from 1983 to 1985.
He was also the only footballer in history to have won three Palloni d'oro consecutively, recognition that was awarded by the French magazine France Football until 2009. He has also been recognized by several experts as one of the top ten footballers, as well as one of the most representative French footballers, of the 20th century.
- Long-sleeve, black/white home shirt
- Light wool material
- Juventus emblem sewn on chest
- Sponsored by Kappa
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