• 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)

  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)
  • 2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)

2002/03 Australia Home Football Shirt Viduka #9 (M)


£59.95 GBP

Relive Mark Viduka’s 2002/2003 international season with this original Adidas Australia home football shirt.

Player
Mark Viduka
Seasons
2002/2003 & 2003/2004
Size
Adults Medium
Condition
9/10 - Superb.
Chest measurement
39-41 Inches / 101-107 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Adidas
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
Green, gold trim

Official Adidas Australia home football shirt from the 2002/2003 season. Complete with Viduka #9 on the front and back of the shirt.

Condition of this vintage football shirt is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).

All size and manufacturers labels present (see photos). Material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers and patches are all also in superb condition.

Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing. A classic player and a great piece of football memorabilia.

Viduka began captaining the Australian national team in September 2005, in place of the injured Craig Moore, the regular captain. Viduka thrived under Guus Hiddink's tenure as coach of the national squad and led Australia as it qualified for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany over a two-leg qualifier against Uruguay, the first time in 32 years that Australia qualified to participate in the event. On 21 May 2006, he was named as the Australian captain for the World Cup.

Viduka also led Australia's national team to their first World Cup Finals victory with a 3–1 win over Japan in June 2006, as well as guiding them through an encounter with Brazil, losing 2–0, and a controversial bout with Croatia, ending with a 2–2 draw. He then led Australia into the second round, where they lost their round of 16 match to Italy. Although a regular scorer in the Premier League, Viduka has struggled to score any significant goals for the "Socceroos," and the 2006 World Cup was no different.

Viduka considered retiring from international competition after the 2006 World Cup, citing increasing family commitments as the primary reason. However, in September 2006, he confirmed that he would continue playing for Australia and intended to compete in the 2007 Asian Cup. In a friendly against Singapore, a week before the start of the Asian Cup, Viduka scored two headed goals in a 3–0 victory for Australia; Harry Kewell scored the third. It was the second time he scored two goals in an international match, having previously done so against the Solomon Islands in 2005.


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