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The Reason Behind Some Strange Shirt Numbers Worn By Footballers

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The Reason Behind Some Strange Shirt Numbers Worn By Footballers

More often than not, a player’s shirt number is connected to their playing position. In any case, there were times when players wore abnormal shirt numbers because of one explanation or the other. See beneath.

David Beckham (23)

Raul Gonzalez previously had the number 7 shirt at Real Madrid, so when David Beckham showed up, he selected the number 23 shirt.

His explanation was that he was a tremendous devotee of ball legend Michael Jordan who likewise utilized that shirt number during his dynamic years.

Ronaldinho (80)

Ronaldinho shirt number 80 at AC Milan demonstrates his date of birth-1980.

Bixente Lizarazu (69)

During his second spell at Bayern, Lizarazu settled on the shirt number 69, refering to three explanations behind his choice. Right off the bat, his introduction to the world date is 1969; furthermore, his weight was 69kg and ultimately, his level was 1.69 meters.

Hicham Zerouali (0)

Maybe the most bizarre of all, Moroccan footballer Hicham Zerouali selected the shirt number 0 during his time at Aberdeen.

He was nicknamed “Zero” which was begat from “Zerouali” thus he didn’t think it was an ill-conceived notion to wear the shirt number 0.

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