Condition: 8/10 Excellent. One small faint dot mark on the upper chest. Slight fading to the 'Climcool' motif near the lower hem. Size details faded inside the collar
Size: Adult’s Small
Chest Measurement: 36-38 Inches / 92-97 CM
Colour: Blue, neon red & white trim
Seasons: 2013/2014 & 2014/2015
Official Adidas Japan home football shirt from the 2013/14 international season.
Condition of this vintage football jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. One small faint dot mark on the upper chest. Slight fading to the 'Climcool' motif near the lower hem. Size details faded inside the collar (see photos).
Japan was placed into Group C at the 2014 World Cup alongside the Ivory Coast, Greece and Colombia. They fell in their first match to Ivory Coast 2–1 despite initially taking the lead, allowing two goals in a two-minute span. They drew their second game to Greece 0–0.
To qualify for the second round, they needed a victory against Colombia and needed Greece to beat Ivory Coast. Greece beat Ivory Coast 2–1, but Japan could not perform well against Colombia and were beaten 4–1, eliminating them from the World Cup. Alberto Zaccheroni resigned as head coach after the World Cup. In July 2014, former Mexico and Espanyol manager Javier Aguirre took over and Japan lost 0–2 to Uruguay in the first game he managed.
Aguirre would begin a strong revamp of the team, switching out Zaccheroni's long-used 4–2–3–1 formation for his own 4–3–3 and applied this with a roster of the J.League's finest, dropping many regulars. A 2–2 draw against Venezuela was followed by a 1–0 victory over Jamaica. However, they lost their following match to Brazil 4–0, with Neymar scoring all four goals. Japan's sights turned to January and their title defense at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.
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