Football shirts are great.
Honestly, who doesn’t love a good old replica? You can slip it on to do anything, really, can’t you? Wedding? Tick. Funeral? Tick. Birth of your firstborn? Tick, and bring one for them as well. Afternoon nap? Tick. Work? If you’re angling for a p45, tick.
The humble jersey is a fan’s family crest, a way of saying, ‘yeah, I support this rabble, and what?’ It instills a sense of pride and camararderie one can rarely source from anywhere else other than uniform. And, of course, it’s a hipster’s best friend. And so on, and so on…
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Third kits might not emerge as often as their home and away counterparts but that doesn’t mean they should receive any less attention. England’s light blue 1990 Umbro number was a thing of beauty, after all. And Chelsea’s latest release isn’t half bad either, modelled by midfield whizz Mason Mount…
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A nice little nod to the 1990s there – we can all get behind that.