Monthly Archives: September 2013

  1. Villas-Boas And Team In Tottenham Home Kits Take on His Old Mentor!

    Villas-Boas is a Portuguese football manager; unusually for a football manager he has never played professional football. Â He started his career by chance after meeting Sir Bobby Robson who arranged for him to undertake a professional coaching qualification. After several roles under Jose Mourinho, he became manager of Academica. He also managed at Porto and Chelsea before taking his current role of manager to the players that wear the Tottenham Hotspur home football shirt.

    The Tottenham Hotspur home football shirt is manufactured by Under Armour. Under Armour are an American sportswear company, the deal with Spurs is worth £50m over five years, this is Under Armour's largest European soccer deal to date.

    On behalf of the club they will produce the home and away kits, along with the teams training wear range.

    The Tottenham home kit

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  2. Nike Launch The New Manchester City Range.

    Nike have launched the new and official Manchester City third football shirt, this is a great simple but classic design. Nike are the new manufacturers of all Manchester City soccer kit and training wear, they have done a great job so far. This is Nike's first season of designing Manchester City shirts; they have taken over from English brand Umbro, who styled City's shirts for many seasons before. The club signed a new deal with Nike said to be worth up to £12 million pound a year. This certainly pays off changing from Umbro to Nike as the sales of the Manchester City soccer jerseys have soared since tmanchester city third football shirthe new season; this could also be down to their excellent form this season though.

    We are yet to see the third kit in action but the pictures that have been revealed by the club look very nice. The kit contains the Manchester City third football shirt, Manchester City third football shorts and the matching socks.

    Manchester City's form so

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  3. Ireland Away Kits are Ideal for Any Loyal Irish Fan!

    In comparison to some national teams such as England and Scotland who played their first international match in 1872 the Irish national team are relatively new. They played their first matches during the Olympic Games of 1924. The Republic of Ireland is a proud country with a rich heritage and a loyal fan base for their football team. Jerseys such as the Ireland away football shirt are popular amongst Irish fans. 

    Traditionally the Ireland away kits have featured a white shirt with green shorts. The home kit is always a green jersey, with white shorts.

    Occasionally the second strip colours deviate to feature an orange colour scheme. These green, white and orange colours are traditional of the country and feature in the three stripe design of its flag.

    A brand new Ireland away football jersey has been released

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  4. Why Ireland Home Kits are Popular with Irish Americans

    There are a significant number of American citizens who have an ancestral link to Ireland. During the 1800s a large number of Irish people immigrated to America, a recent census reports nearly 12% of the American population to have a link with Ireland. With Irish heritage being very patriotic and a significant increase in the popularity of soccer within the USA the Ireland football jersey is becoming a frequent sight on American streets. 

    Since 1994 Umbro have produced the Ireland football jersey, in 2009 a new deal was signed securing an on-going agreement until 2020.

    The Ireland home kits are traditionally a green shirt with white shorts.  A stylish new away kit has recently been released. The shirt features a subtle charcoal and black vertical striped design.

    The polo neck collar and white logos create an understated design

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  5. Martin O'Neill Is Favourite to be the New Manager of the Ireland.

    The Irish national football team has had little success in international tournaments and competitions. Recently the team has parted company with manager Giovanni Trapattoni, he led them to qualify for Euro 2012 for the first time in 24 years. Recently the team has not been on top form leading to the mutual decision for a replacement to be found.  Despite the ups and downs fan loyalty remains high and products such as the Ireland Jacquard Scarf remain popular. 

    Ireland football shirts and jerseysThe Ireland jacquard scarf is a great product perfect for showing support during the upcoming World Cup qualifier matches. The double sided design features a large central green block featuring an 'Ireland'

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  6. Great Start Boosts Sales Of Liverpool Football Shirts

    However they seem to have started this season well and it has gone great for them, they have put in 100% and they have had 3 wins, one draw and one loss. Before last weekend's games they were top of the table which was a very unusual site.

    There is no doubting that the Reds have some quality players and a great managers and we are all left wondering if Liverpool could make the top four at LEAST this year.

    The squad have definitely started off well first beating Stoke and home and then Villa away where they won 0-1 in the Liverpool away football jersey. They then surprised us all with a 1-0 home victory over Manchester United at home, then they drew with Swansea before losing 0-1 at home in a game against Southampton which shocked us all.

    They have made a very good start and if they carry on with this great form and do not get distracted by the 0-1

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  7. Moyes Still Struggling With The Shadow Of Sir Alex

    The emotion to describe the feeling of Sir Alex Ferguson leaving Manchester United to the fans would have probably been disbelief. It came as a real shock to everybody when the 71 year old announced his retirement after many years in charge of the soccer team from 1986 to 2013.

    The Scotsman announced his news at the end of the 2012-13 season. Supporters were so used to him managing the Manchester United football shirts. Many described his retirement as 'the end of an era' and many labelled him as irreplaceable, this may just be true after the start of the 13-14 season.

    The team just do not seem to have the momentum and skill that they showed last season. It was early May when David Moyes was unveiled as the new manager of Manchester United, holding up the Manchester United home football top. Many people suspected him, online betting companies had

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  8. Manchester United Souvenirs Make Great Gifts for all Occasions

    Manchester United were founded in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR Football Club. They are now one of the biggest football clubs in the world, with supporters in all corners of the globe. American sportswear manufacturer Nike design the clubs soccer jerseys, and training wear in addition to items such as the Manchester United Nike prestige football that is designed specifically for supporters.

    Manchester United SouvenirsThe Manchester United Nike prestige football is a high quality soccer ball. It is designed in the clubs famous home team colours of black, red, and white.

    The famous club crest is featured centrally in the design along with a large Nike logo. The traditional style ball design features 32 hexagonal,

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  9. Why Are Barcelona so Popular?

    Barcelona is an extremely successful Spanish soccer team. They are based in the Catalonia region and have a strong founding in the regions culture. The club is owned by its supporters, and has so far resisted the billionaire take over acquisitions that other European teams have succumbed too. The Barcelona home shirt has been blue and red since 1900 when the colours were worn during a game against Hispania.

    The new Barcelona home shirt for the 2013 - 2014 season features the traditional style of red and blue vertical stripes. The sleeves mimic last year's transitional effect whereby the colours merge into one another. The neckline is V shaped, designed in yellow creating a bold modern look.

    The Barcelona football shirts have traditionally not been adorned with a corporate sponsor. In 2006 the club made

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  10. Get Ready For The 2014 World Cup.

    The World Cup 2014 is edging ever closer, the tournament will officially start on the 12th June 2014 and will end of 13th July 2014. It will be interesting to see who makes it through to the World Cup and who does not qualify. Our last World Cup took place in South Africa, in the end it was Spain who were crowned champions, and will we have new champions next year? The 2014 World Cup will be hosted by Brazil, the country have one 5 World Cup titles out of 19 themselves and will be looking to regain that title next year. Italy also won four times, German three times, Argentina and Uruguay with two each and England, France and Spain hold one title each. Show your support next year with the Brazil Green Training Top.

    There are many ways of showing support for your national team; most people tune in to watch their national side even if they are not overly keen on soccer. You will still get that buzz from your own country
    winning a match this important. The World Cup

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