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  • February 25, 2022 1 min read

    Illustrator and creative Scott McRoy has launched Club 99 paying tribute to the world's greatest footballers. All part of a secret club and united by one common attribute: their ability on Pro Evo.

    Juventus leads the way with 2 superstars getting the Club 99 treatment. Edgar Davids and Alessandro Del Piero. Here's how the illustrations looked.

    Alessandro Del Piero

     Poetry in motion. Those iconic white boots zipping past defenders before gracefully slotting the ball into the net, Alessandro Del Piero was a player everyone remembers enjoying using time and time again. Regular moments of magic came from both feet, with ball control so subtle it often needed replays accompanied by classical music to do it justice.

    Edgar Davids

    Sporting a truly unique look consisting of dreadlocks and protective eyewear, the Dutch midfielder's blend of tenacity and the dribbling technique of a street footballer made him a solid option in any midfield.


    Keep an eye on the Club 99 project through their Instagram and if you're in the market for a Juventus shirt pick it up in our marketplace.

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