........player exklusiv worn / issued boots

 Christian Karembeu's Adidas match worn boots. This boots were worn during
the season 1998/1999 and the FIFA WOLRD CUP 1998. Both boots are special
made to measure and personalized with "KAREMBEU". Born in the French territory
of New Caledonia, he was a member of the French team that won the 1998 World
Cup. Karembeu was also part of the victorious French team at Euro 2000. He
compiled 53 caps in his career, earning his first one on 14 November 1992
against Finland in a 2–1 victory. During his career Karembeu played for Nantes
(1990–95), Sampdoria (1995–97), Real Madrid (1997–2000), Middlesbrough
(2000–01), Olympiakos (2001–04), Servette Genθve (2004–05), Bastia (2005–06). With Real Madrid, he won the Champions League in 1998 and 2000, starting in
the former but remaining on the bench for the latter. He also played for the Real
Madrid Veterans against Barcelona in Qatar, on 13 November 2012. He last
played midfield for Bastia in the French Ligue 1. He announced his retirement on
13 October 2006, although he added that he would "be having a kickabout from
time to time". He also took part in a friendly competition for Kettering Town FC
with Gianfranco Zola, Les Ferdinand and Gus Poyet.