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The post game jersey exchange is a soccer tradition. The ritual among players requires respect between the players and some finesse to be in the right place at the final whistle to get the right jersey and apparently Gerard Pique has turned fine-tuned the practice.

The Barcelona defender recently posted on his twitter page some of his collection showing off some of the top jerseys both club and international of some of the top players.

#10’s for Argentina’s Lionel Messi, Brazil’s Neymar Jr, AS Roma’s Francesco Totti, Karim Benzema while still at Lyon, and the Los Angeles Galaxy’s Landon Donovan. Donovan, who no doubt has his own impressive collection, sent his praise for the line-up.

And that is just the start of the collection with the #7 of Raul from Real Madrid, #4 of Cesc Fabregas when he was playing for Arsenal, Kun Aguero from his time at Atletico Madrid, a #32 from David Beckham’s time at AC Milan, and more.

Not enough for you?  Well the collection from the 2010 FIFA World Cup would be impressive on its own.

And possible his most prized jersey, one he did not even have to trade for post game.

What do you think about Pique’s collection?  If you could get 1 of the jerseys from Pique’s collection which one would it be?

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