soccer jersey – Rigel Group LLC http://rigelgroupllc.com/ Thu, 03 Mar 2022 10:58:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://rigelgroupllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-13-150x150.png soccer jersey – Rigel Group LLC http://rigelgroupllc.com/ 32 32 ‘Mr. England’ last wish for a signed football shirt https://rigelgroupllc.com/mr-england-last-wish-for-a-signed-football-shirt/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/mr-england-last-wish-for-a-signed-football-shirt/ [ad_1] Plymouth man who once called himself ‘Mr England’ at his local pub in Honicknowle, seeks an England soccer player signed shirt as his last wish since being diagnosed with terminal cancer . All his adult life Mark Bresland has always been a huge fan of English football including Manchester United and as a person […]]]>


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Plymouth man who once called himself ‘Mr England’ at his local pub in Honicknowle, seeks an England soccer player signed shirt as his last wish since being diagnosed with terminal cancer .

All his adult life Mark Bresland has always been a huge fan of English football including Manchester United and as a person who never asks for anything his best friend is determined to make his last wish come true.

The 55-year-old man is unable to eat due to cancer of his tongue, radiation therapy to his lymph nodes and has been on morphine all the time.

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Best friend for thirty-five years, Darren McGuire goes out of his way to help Mark at PlymouthLive in 1998, Mark has attended every England game in France and has said the team are “one of his greatest. great loves in life “.

In his local pub in Honicknowle, at the Victory Inn, he was nicknamed “Mr England” due to his dedication and passion for the England football team every time they played. Darren wants to make his “last dying wish” a reality.

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He told PlymouthLive: “Mark has followed the England team at home and away his entire life since adulthood and the England football team are one of the greatest loves of his life.”

“He went to France in 1998 and watched every England game there.”

Darren added, “He doesn’t ask for much in life, he’s never done it, and I just really want to help him do it. He said he wanted him to be placed on his coffin when he died.

“No matter what is going on in his life, he never complains about anything, his favorite song is ‘I love my life’ by Robbie Williams which says it all.”

Darren is ideally looking to get a shirt signed by an English player and has said he’s more than happy to buy it for him, but at best to find one that sells one or is willing to give it up.




Being a Manchester United fan as well, if he can get a player from that team to play for England that would mean everything to Mark.

“We’ve been friends for about thirty-five years,” Darren said, “and when I bring him home from his hospice, I come home and break my heart because I don’t want to do it in front of him.

“On the weekends he dressed in a suit and we went to the Mount Edgcumbe cafe for coffee because at the moment he can’t eat anything.”

As the England team are one of his greatest loves, although Darren said he was not very good at emailing, he did manage to email the English Football Association to get a signed shirt and felt disappointed with the response.

But they responded by saying that they couldn’t due to having already chosen charity for this year and that they weren’t able to help more. However, Darren is working hard to get a signed soccer jersey for his best friend for his last wish.

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Wycombe Wanderers fans get involved with Football Shirt Friday https://rigelgroupllc.com/wycombe-wanderers-fans-get-involved-with-football-shirt-friday/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/wycombe-wanderers-fans-get-involved-with-football-shirt-friday/ Last Friday (November 19), football fans around the world took part in Football Shirt Friday, an annual event that sees supporters of the sport don their favorite shirts. The purpose of the day is to raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund, to help those battling bowel cancer in memory of England’s World Cup-winning captain. […]]]>

Last Friday (November 19), football fans around the world took part in Football Shirt Friday, an annual event that sees supporters of the sport don their favorite shirts.

The purpose of the day is to raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund, to help those battling bowel cancer in memory of England’s World Cup-winning captain.

Fans of teams around the world took part and shared their snaps on social media, with some Wycombe fans also involved.

Stephen Burnett and Chris Driver outside the Etihad Stadium in their Wycombe shirts

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One of the images is of Stephen Burnett and his fiancée, Chris Driver.

The engaged couple, who have supported the Chairboys for several years, regularly visit Adams Park, with Stephen also having links with one of the county’s non-league clubs, Risborough Rangers.

Their photo is from September this year, when Wycombe lost 6-1 to Manchester City in the League Cup third round.

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It was Wycombe’s first-ever visit to the stadium.

Two photos were also submitted by Sue Williams, the images showing a friend donning the 2014/15 home shirt.

Sue Williams posted this photo on Football Shirt Friday

Sue Williams posted this photo on Football Shirt Friday

Fans don their outfits on the Adams Park pitch

Fans don their outfits on the Adams Park pitch

Damian Plested Atkins in his 1990s shirt

Damian Plested Atkins in his 1990s shirt

Damian Plested Atkins showed off an image of himself wearing a mid-1990s Wanderers shirt, while Anthony Honey shared a photo of himself on duty while donning this season’s home kit.

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Anthony Honey (centre) in this season's Wycombe home shirt

Anthony Honey (centre) in this season’s Wycombe home shirt

Anthony, who is currently based in Kenya, also shared several other snaps of his team wearing their favorite shirts on Football Shirt Friday.

Several fans wearing their favorite shirts

Several fans wearing their favorite shirts

He said on Facebook: “Thank you to everyone who has donated so far to raise money for cancer research, for bowel cancer (Bobby Moore fund), let’s keep giving!”

To donate to Anthony’s page, visit www.fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/anthonys-giving-page-2021.

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Oasis memorabilia set to win thousands at auction – including football shirt and tambourine rescued from Skip https://rigelgroupllc.com/oasis-memorabilia-set-to-win-thousands-at-auction-including-football-shirt-and-tambourine-rescued-from-skip/ Fri, 08 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/oasis-memorabilia-set-to-win-thousands-at-auction-including-football-shirt-and-tambourine-rescued-from-skip/ [ad_1] Memorabilia belonging to Oasis stars Noel and Liam Gallagher are expected to sell for thousands of pounds at auction. A football shirt worn by Noel and an iconic tambourine used by Liam were rescued from a skip. The custom jersey was one of two specially designed in the 90s. READ MORE: Read more Related […]]]>


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Memorabilia belonging to Oasis stars Noel and Liam Gallagher are expected to sell for thousands of pounds at auction.

A football shirt worn by Noel and an iconic tambourine used by Liam were rescued from a skip.

The custom jersey was one of two specially designed in the 90s.

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Noel wore the jersey during a charity football game. He made an appearance for Bolt Makers Arms FC in 1996.

Although the brothers are known to be staunch supporters of Manchester City, the personalized jersey is a deep magenta red with “Oasis” and “N.Gallagher 7” on the back.

The beaten tambourine was used by Liam during the recording of “What’s The Story Morning Glory” – one of the best-selling albums of all time.

The instrument is often associated with the leader of Oasis and was dropped at the end of the recording session by Nick Brine.

Nick, an independent producer and sound engineer who worked on the album, now sells Oasis memorabilia he collected during his 28-year career in the music business.



Front and back of the soccer jersey

The Noel Gallagher shirt is expected to cost between £ 1,000 and £ 1,500.

Tambourine could make between £ 300 and £ 500 when it goes under the hammer next month.

Nick is also parting with another football shirt from the charity match, designed for Oasis co-founder Paul Arthurs, which is estimated to be worth between £ 800 and £ 1,000.

Nick, 44, from Monmouth, Wales, but now living in Alicante, Spain, said: “The tambourine was used during the recording of ‘What’s The Story Morning Glory’.

“It was pretty messed up by the end of the session and was going to be thrown out. But I claimed it.

“It has been used on numerous recordings since by bands such as Teenage Fanclub, The Darkness, Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys, Seasick Steve, Steve Harley, Supergrass and The Verve.”



Tambourine used by Liam Gallagher
Tambourine used by Liam Gallagher, estimate £ 300- £ 500.

The football shirts also came into Nick’s possession during a recording session for Oasis’ third album, “Be Here Now”, released in 1997.

He added: “In 1996, Oasis decided to sponsor one of its local advertising teams.

“Adidas made a bespoke kit for the team and unique shirts for the band members, each with their name on the back.

“Bonehead (Paul Arthurs) and Noel kindly gave me their shirts at Abbey Road Studios in London while recording their album Be Here Now.

“I was the engineer for the session.”



Noel Gallagher football shirt
Noel Gallagher football shirt

Nick is also selling part of a Danelectro sitar, estimated at £ 150-200, which was smashed on stage by The Darkness lead singer Justin Hawkins.

Nick added, “It was owned by Justin Hawkins, singer of The Darkness, and was used on several of his recordings.

“He broke it on stage. The top half ends up in the crowd, I believe at the Reading Festival.

“I got the bottom half back. It still works! “

Nick started his career at Rockfield Studios in Monmouthshire, Wales in 1993 at the age of 16.



Part of a Danelectro sitar used and broken on stage by Justin Hawkins of The Darkness, estimated between £ 150-200.
Part of a Danelectro sitar used and broken on stage by Justin Hawkins of The Darkness, estimated between £ 150-200.

The studios are renowned in the music world for hosting the crème de la crème of British pop and rock talent.

Over a 12 month period in 1996-97, the Rockfield sessions resulted in five UK number one albums from Oasis, Black Grape, The Charlatans and The Boo Radleys.

Other famous groups have recorded Manic Street Preachers, Robert Plant and Coldplay there.

He is best known for recording Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody in 1973.

The iconic rock memorabilia pieces will be sold by Hansons Auctioneers in Etwall, Derbys. On November 2.

Josh McCarthy, Music Memorabilia Appraiser at Hansons, said: “I am absolutely delighted to be able to put these rock treasures up for auction.

“These are iconic items by iconic musicians who remind us that Britain is a melting pot of immense talent.

“Thanks to Nick, the provenance is second to none and I expect worldwide interest in these lots.

“They deserve to do well. This is an opportunity to own a slice of British rock history.”

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Radamel Falcao added to soccer jersey number crime list with Rayo Vallecano move https://rigelgroupllc.com/radamel-falcao-added-to-soccer-jersey-number-crime-list-with-rayo-vallecano-move/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/radamel-falcao-added-to-soccer-jersey-number-crime-list-with-rayo-vallecano-move/#respond Tue, 14 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/radamel-falcao-added-to-soccer-jersey-number-crime-list-with-rayo-vallecano-move/ [ad_1] The Colombian forward secured an eye-catching transfer to La Liga minnows Rayo Vallecano, but his choice of shirt number will raise a few eyebrows and remind us of similar quirks. Video upload Video unavailable The video will play automatically soon8to cancel Play now Champions League power ranking: who’s better Radamel Falcao has completed his […]]]>


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The Colombian forward secured an eye-catching transfer to La Liga minnows Rayo Vallecano, but his choice of shirt number will raise a few eyebrows and remind us of similar quirks.

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Radamel Falcao has completed his transfer to Rayo Vallecano after leaving Turkish giants Galatasaray.

The Colombian forward will join the newly-promoted La Liga for this campaign as he looks to build on the 331 goals he has scored during his senior career.

Falcao has already enjoyed two extremely successful seasons in the Spanish capital, when he scored 70 goals in two campaigns at Atletico Madrid between 2011 and 2013.

His late entry with Rayo means the forward who has been synonymous with the number 9 shirt throughout his career will instead wear the Spanish club’s number 3 – the shirt usually reserved for left-backs.

It is a jersey crime in the eyes of football traditionalists who believe this number looks wrong and is unnatural for a striker.

In this spirit, Football Mirror takes a look at some of the most eye-catching soccer jersey numbers.







Radamel Falcao to wear number 3 jersey at Rayo Vallecano after leaving Galatasaray



Ivan Zamorano

Chilean forward Ivan ‘Bam Bam’ Zamorano was one of the greatest strikers of the 1990s but had to step aside when he was joined at Inter by Brazilian phenomenon Ronaldo.

The two forged a gripping and exciting partnership, but Ronaldo was given the number 9, previously Zamorano’s, who instead had an innovative solution.

Rather than wearing a different number, Zamorano instead wore 1 + 8 – meaning he technically always had the same number… after some basic math.

Aboubakar Kamara








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When Fulham signed Aboubakar Kamara from Amiens in 2017, they were surprised when he asked for jersey number 47.

This was immediately explained by the fact that the attacker wanted to be called AK-47 – an assault rifle officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikova.

Developed in the Soviet Union by Russian small arms designer Mikhail Kalashnikov, it is today one of the most recognized gun models in the world.

NBA player Andrei Kirilenko – who, as you’ll see, had the same initials – had previously adopted this number, so it wasn’t entirely Kamara’s initiative.





Hisha m Zerouali

Aberdeen secured the signing of Moroccan international Hicham Zerouali (pronounced zero-alley) and has been affectionately dubbed Zero by Pittodrie fans.

This earned him the club’s number 0 in the following campaign – the first player to be given the shirt number – in 2000.

Zerouali was tragically killed in a car crash in 2004, aged just 27.

Derek riordan








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Remaining in Scotland, Hibs forward Derek Riordan returned to the club in 2008 after a brief stint at Celtic.

The forward was not happy that his number 10 jersey was not available as it was occupied by his teammate and fellow striker Colin Nish.

As an alternative, Riordan decided to wear the 01 jersey as a solution – although he inherited the number 10 again the following year.

What examples of unusual jersey numbers have we missed? Let us know in the comments below

Milanese signatures








Mathieu Flamini wore the number 84 jersey in Milan
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In the 2008/09 season, Italian giant Milan decided to adapt an unusual strategy when assigning shirt numbers to their new players.

They signed the trio of Ronaldinho from Barcelona, ​​Mathieu Flamini from Arsenal and Andriy Shevchenko from Chelsea – all giving them unusual shirt numbers.

Ronaldinho took 80, Flamini received the 84 jersey and Shevchenko had 76 – while the subsequent signings of Robinho (83) and Stephan El Shaarawy (92) were similar.

This was due to the year of birth of each of the players – although this policy was quickly discontinued.

Bixente Lizarazu








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One of the most notable full-backs of the 1990s and early 2000s, Lizarazu took the jersey number policy to a different level.

He wore the number 69 on his second stint at Bayern Munich in 2005, and was quick to call it an obscene move.

Not only was he born in 1969, but his height was 1.69m and – whether by design or by accident – his weight was exactly 69kg rather thin.





Argentina teams for the 1978 and 1982 World Cups

Argentina numbered their players in alphabetical order during the 1978 and 1982 World Cups, which allowed Tottenham’s cult hero Ossie Ardilles to have the number 1 jersey in this last edition.

Goalkeeper Hector Balley wore jersey number 2 with forwards Daniel Bertoni, Gabriel Calderon and Ramon Diaz occupying shirts 4, 5 and 6 respectively.

There was of course an exception to this rule, with the number 10 worn by Diego Maradona – who was 12 years old e alphabetically!

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Ukraine’s new football shirt infuriates Russia https://rigelgroupllc.com/ukraines-new-football-shirt-infuriates-russia/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/ukraines-new-football-shirt-infuriates-russia/#respond Mon, 07 Jun 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/ukraines-new-football-shirt-infuriates-russia/ [ad_1] The new Ukrainian national team jersey with a map of Ukraine including Crimea pictured during an international friendly against Cyprus in Kharkiv on June 7, 2021. (REUTERS / Gleb Garanich) Russia expressed outrage over the new jersey for the Ukrainian national football team, which features a prominent blank map of Ukraine. The Kremlin’s anger […]]]>


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The new Ukrainian national team jersey with a map of Ukraine including Crimea pictured during an international friendly against Cyprus in Kharkiv on June 7, 2021. (REUTERS / Gleb Garanich)

Russia expressed outrage over the new jersey for the Ukrainian national football team, which features a prominent blank map of Ukraine. The Kremlin’s anger centers on the inclusion of Crimea. The peninsula is internationally recognized as part of Ukraine but has been under Russian occupation since 2014.

The new soccer jersey was unveiled on June 6 by the president of the Ukrainian Football Association Andriy Pavelko. “We believe that the silhouette of Ukraine will give strength to the players, as they will fight for the whole of Ukraine,” Pavelko commented on Facebook. “All of Ukraine, from Sevastopol and Simferopol to Kiev, and from Donetsk and Luhansk to Uzhhorod, will support them. Notably, four of the six cities mentioned in Pavelko’s message (Sevastopol, Simferopol, Donetsk and Luhansk) are currently under Russian occupation.

As might be expected, Ukraine’s new soccer jersey caused a wave of outrage in Moscow and quickly became one of the headlines in Russia’s Kremlin-controlled mainstream media. spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria zakharova accused Kiev of “reuniting the territory of Ukraine with Russian Crimea” and claimed that the design of the new jersey “created the illusion of the impossible”. Meanwhile, Russian MP Dmitry Svishchev marked the design of the shirt “a political provocation“and argued that it was illegal to show a map of Ukraine” which includes Russian territory “.

Russian calls for legality are unlikely to convince the international public, especially in the context of Crimea. The Kremlin took control of the Ukrainian Crimean Peninsula in the spring of 2014 using troops without identifying badges who were later confirmed as Russian military. Russian President Vladimir Putin initially denied any involvement in the takeover, but finally admitted to having personally ordered the whole operation.

While Russia continues to control Crimea, Moscow has been unable to gain international recognition for its claims to the peninsula. More than seven years after Putin triumphantly declared Crimea’s “reunion” with the Russian Federation, it remains under sanctions and is largely cut off from the outside world.

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The geopolitical scandal over Ukraine’s new shirts threatens to hamper preparations for the delayed Euro 2020 football championship, which will begin later this week after the postponement linked to last year’s pandemic.

At this point, Ukraine looks poised for a symbolic victory over its giant neighbor. Despite Russian objections to the design of the shirt, officials from European football’s governing body, UEFA, confirmed in a June 7 statement that the Ukrainian jersey has received official approval for use in the championship.

This is not the first time that the undeclared seven-year war between Russia and Ukraine has spilled over onto the international stage. The two countries clashed in a memorable way at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, with Ukraine eventually edging Russia to victory thanks to a bewitching ballad by Ukrainian diva Jamala who told the story of the Soviet deportation of the Crimean Tatars in 1944.

Two years later, during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, members of the Croatian team made international headlines by posting a video featuring patriotic Ukrainian slogans as they celebrated the elimination of the host country, Russia, of the competition.

The map depicting Crimea was not the only design element of the new Ukrainian soccer jersey that ruffled the Kremlin’s feathers. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zakharova also opposed the inclusion of Ukraine’s official military greetings, “Glory to Ukraine! and “Glory to the heroes!”, which she called copies of Nazi German slogans, while emphasizing their links with Ukrainian nationalist organizations of WWII.

Claims of this nature are not new and have traditionally played a key role in the Kremlin’s efforts to discredit Ukraine’s national liberation movement by associating it with Nazi collaboration. In fact, the modern struggle for an independent Ukraine predates the totalitarian era by over a hundred years and has its roots in the first half of the 19th century.

The origins of “Glory to Ukraine!” chorus can also be traced back to this period. It had already emerged as a popular slogan among Ukrainian patriots when Ukraine’s candidacy for statehood failed in the early 20th century, decades before the outbreak of World War II.

In recent years, “Glory to Ukraine! Was used as a popular rallying cry during the 2013-14 Euromaidan revolution in Ukraine. He gained unprecedented popularity among protesters as millions took to the streets of Kiev and other Ukrainian cities to prevent the country from sliding into Kremlin-style authoritarianism.

In 2018, the slogan gained official status when it was adopted as the standard greeting of the Ukrainian armed forces. It is now commonly used by Ukrainian officials, including President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, as well as by vdignitaries and heads of state like Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

None of this convinced Russia to abandon its campaign of disinformation on the origins and contemporary context of “Glory to Ukraine!” slogan. Indeed, Moscow has in fact doubled in recent years, stubbornly clinging to its portrayal of Ukraine as a hotbed of Nazism despite the massive rejection of nationalist political parties in every Ukrainian presidential and parliamentary election since 2014. Even the landslide victory Russian-speakers Jewish presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelenskyy in 2019 failed to shake Moscow’s resolve.

This is perhaps less surprising than it seems at first glance. As a revisionist power seeking to overturn the 1991 verdict, the Putin regime had good reason to rekindle Soviet-era propaganda accounts of “fascist Ukraine” as a means to justify further Russian aggression and to demonize Ukrainian national identity. Dating from the early years of the Cold War, this distorted view of Ukraine continues to resonate in the post-Soviet world, where the USSR’s staggering losses during WWII mean that the fight against Hitler remains a particularly moving subject. .

From a Ukrainian perspective, demystifying such distortions is a national security priority. Ukraine’s low profile and relative obscurity over the past seven years has made the country highly vulnerable to the strategies of disinformation that are at the heart of Putin’s hybrid warfare doctrine. However, the tide could gradually turn. The militarization of the Euro 2020 national football team jerseys is an indication that Ukraine is learning to defend itself and is able to do so with increasing confidence and creativity.

Peter Dickinson is editor-in-chief of the UkraineAlert service at the Atlantic Council.

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Goalinton? Dummaldini? When the printing of football shirts goes wrong! https://rigelgroupllc.com/goalinton-dummaldini-when-the-printing-of-football-shirts-goes-wrong/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/goalinton-dummaldini-when-the-printing-of-football-shirts-goes-wrong/#respond Tue, 09 Feb 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/goalinton-dummaldini-when-the-printing-of-football-shirts-goes-wrong/ [ad_1] This is the finishing touch that can make a replica soccer jersey very special, but be careful not to overthink it and ALWAYS check your spelling. A Twitter account highlight fan shirt failures detected many Toon related failures! A scroll through their hilarious timeline has uncovered some incredible and newsworthy cases. From hilarious misspellings, […]]]>


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This is the finishing touch that can make a replica soccer jersey very special, but be careful not to overthink it and ALWAYS check your spelling. A Twitter account highlight fan shirt failures detected many Toon related failures!

A scroll through their hilarious timeline has uncovered some incredible and newsworthy cases.

From hilarious misspellings, to big bans like getting the manager’s name on a shirt or (even worse) the name of a goalkeeper on an outfield replica.

Then there are the puns kings, who try to be smart but fail. Paul Dummett is on the verge of becoming a cult Newcastle United player, but even he could have his head in his hands on the “Dummaldini” shirt that we have discovered.

How about the ‘Goalinton’ shirt which was almost certainly printed before Brazilian striker Joelinton made his Newcastle debut.

We even found a replica of Newcastle’s holy grail: the 1995-97 grandfather collar shirt. An object that sells for almost £ 200 among collectors. Mint condition, iconic Ginola number 14 on the back, but wait until you see the lettering that appears above.

Perhaps the most incredible example is the most recent. It has to be seen to be believed, so scroll down and drink it.


SHOLA AMOEBA



An amoeba is a type of cell that has the ability to change shape, not a lanky striker who likes to score against Sunderland.

CHANCEL MBMEMBA



Thug M ruined this rarely seen 2015-16 shirt.

PAUL DUMMALDINI



As much as Paul Dummett enjoyed by Newcastle fans, we can’t see this one spreading.

FABRICIO CURLYCINI



It could be a tribute to Coloccini’s Ashington Fan Club, but it’s more likely a hair reference. It won’t make much money on eBay anyway.

WORLD KRUL



It could be Tim Krul’s dad, or maybe the guy’s family didn’t realize Krul was playing in the goal until they ordered it as a birthday present.

STEVIE G FROM NEWCASTLE



This was discovered on American eBay. Really unhappy. Good luck with the starting price of $ 35.

SPECIAL K



Getting coach names on the back of shirts never feels good, and it doesn’t help when it comes to a random third kit with a goalie number.

HOW DO YOU SPELL THAT?



A Latin version of the Saunders last name or a red E on the printing machine?

THIS FAMOUS NO.9



You have to ask someone serious questions who would get famous NUFC fan John McCririck’s name on the back. They must have been a big fan because the late horse racing expert even signed it!

GUARDIAN



It’s unfortunate, and it’s a big reminder that it’s often best to wait until new hires have at least settled in before committing to having their name and number printed.

GOD GOD



You have found a Newcastle Hold Grail shirt. Your size. Mint condition. You scroll through the images as you enter your auction on eBay, then …

COME TO NUMBER 13



Dear Santa, for Christmas I would like a Newcastle away shirt with Wilson number 13 on the back.

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What is the Friday soccer jersey? Cancer Research Fundraiser Returns November 20 https://rigelgroupllc.com/what-is-the-friday-soccer-jersey-cancer-research-fundraiser-returns-november-20/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/what-is-the-friday-soccer-jersey-cancer-research-fundraiser-returns-november-20/#respond Fri, 13 Nov 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/what-is-the-friday-soccer-jersey-cancer-research-fundraiser-returns-november-20/ [ad_1] This year Friday soccer jersey is slated for November 20, raising money for the Bobby Moore Fund – and the campaign pitted two North London heroes against each other. Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs and Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane encourage fans to wear a football shirt with pride at home, work or school and […]]]>


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This year Friday soccer jersey is slated for November 20, raising money for the Bobby Moore Fund – and the campaign pitted two North London heroes against each other.

Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs and Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane encourage fans to wear a football shirt with pride at home, work or school and donate £ 5 to Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK.

England captain Moore, the 1966 World Cup winner, died of bowel cancer in 1993. His widow Stephanie Moore MBE established the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK shortly thereafter and the fund has since raised over £ 27million for bowel cancer research.

England stars Nobbs and Kane also took part in a challenge of who could put on the most shirts in 60 seconds – filmed before COVID.

“I never had the chance to meet Bobby, but all football fans know about his exploits as a player and a leader,” England captain Kane said.

“I will be wearing my Football Shirt on Friday to honor his memory and raise funds to help beat bowel cancer. It doesn’t matter who you support, just pick a shirt and get your friends and colleagues involved if you can. Let’s make Bobby proud.

“Football Shirt Friday is so important in raising money to help fight bowel cancer,” Nobbs added.

“It doesn’t matter if you are at home, at work or at school on Friday 20th November, just be sure to wear your football shirt and donate £ 5 for life-saving bowel cancer research . ”

To donate £ 5 to the Bobby Moore Fund, text SHIRT on 70180 or visit the cancer research website

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Win a soccer jersey of your choice at the start of the new Premier League season https://rigelgroupllc.com/win-a-soccer-jersey-of-your-choice-at-the-start-of-the-new-premier-league-season/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/win-a-soccer-jersey-of-your-choice-at-the-start-of-the-new-premier-league-season/#respond Mon, 07 Sep 2020 07:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/win-a-soccer-jersey-of-your-choice-at-the-start-of-the-new-premier-league-season/ [ad_1] As we celebrate the start of a new season, Mirror Football is giving you the chance to win a soccer jersey of your choice. Thanks to Fulham’s announcement on Monday, all 20 Premier League teams have now revealed their new stripes for the 2020/21 campaign. Liverpool are ready to defend their Premier League crown […]]]>


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As we celebrate the start of a new season, Mirror Football is giving you the chance to win a soccer jersey of your choice.

Thanks to Fulham’s announcement on Monday, all 20 Premier League teams have now revealed their new stripes for the 2020/21 campaign.

Liverpool are ready to defend their Premier League crown in their very first Nike kit after agreeing to a lucrative deal with the American sports equipment manufacturer.

Jurgen Klopp’s men will wear their traditional red with a white and turquoise trim as they host Leeds United at Anfield on Saturday.

Their visitors unveiled a chic Adidas number in their famous white color, while elsewhere the German manufacturer has supplied a plethora of new kits for Manchester United, Sheffield United, Wolves, Fulham, Leicester and Arsenal.



Marcus Rashford and Scott McTominay sporting United’s new kit

Adidas opted for more extravagant designs with Arsenal’s ‘Strawberry Ripple’ and Wolves away kits, and Manchester United’s alleged ‘Zebra crossing’ third kit.

Meanwhile, Nike produced understated blue stripes for Chelsea and Brighton, and a bolder design for Tottenham’s kit.

Below you will find all the information you need to enter to win a soccer jersey of your choice!

Puma is also in the action with new kits for West Brom, Crystal Palace, Manchester City and Newcastle, while Umbro has produced sophisticated tapes for West Ham and Burnley.

City’s third kit is among the most controversial of the kits announced this summer and features an unconventional but eye-catching paisley print that will be sure to be talked about throughout the season.

Elsewhere, previously Umbro outfitted Everton have signed a deal with Hummel – who are one of three suppliers to serve at the Premier League club, alongside Kappa with Aston Villa and Under Armor with Southampton.

The latter ditched the stripes that featured on the Saints’ shirts in recent years and instead went with a white belt on the bright red kit.

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Instagram model flaunts toned physique in cropped soccer jersey and hot little pants https://rigelgroupllc.com/instagram-model-flaunts-toned-physique-in-cropped-soccer-jersey-and-hot-little-pants/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/instagram-model-flaunts-toned-physique-in-cropped-soccer-jersey-and-hot-little-pants/#respond Thu, 09 Jul 2020 07:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/instagram-model-flaunts-toned-physique-in-cropped-soccer-jersey-and-hot-little-pants/ [ad_1] Two-time Miss BumBum winner Suzy Cortez left little to the imagination of fans as she danced in a Barcelona cropped soccer t-shirt just enough to cover her breasts. The 30-year-old Brazilian model teased her army of 2.3 million followers on social media where she posted the clip on TikTok yesterday. Putting her waist-up hair […]]]>


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Two-time Miss BumBum winner Suzy Cortez left little to the imagination of fans as she danced in a Barcelona cropped soccer t-shirt just enough to cover her breasts.

The 30-year-old Brazilian model teased her army of 2.3 million followers on social media where she posted the clip on TikTok yesterday.

Putting her waist-up hair aside, Suzy leaves her blue winter coat open to reveal her tanned physique on camera.

She looks at the camera seductively as she twists her body and shows off her toned torso as she dances with Latin music in the background.

The tiny shorts barely cover her bottom as she performs a subtle twerk.



The Brazilian model showcased a racy display in a tiny soccer jersey as she showed off her physique on video

One viewer said, “You look so sexy, even more so with that butt you brag about.”

Another wrote: “Looks great on you!

Earlier this month, Suzy revealed that she is making £ 150,000 a month on her steamy OnlyFans website, where she charges fans for the nude pictures.

The model told “Meia Hora” newspaper that her adult content site OnlyFans is open to everyone except her compatriots.

She revealed that it was because of Brazilian “prejudices” and because her pastor father didn’t know she was posing nude.

The winner of Miss BumBum World 2019, who also won the Brazilian title in 2015, said: “I charge everything in euros. All of my photos are explicit and nude. I do seven shows a month, but they’re pretty straightforward. The audience age range is 18 to 30 years old.



She teased her fans while dressing in barely there hot pants and a cropped t-shirt covering her breasts just enough
She teased her fans while dressing in barely there hot pants and a cropped t-shirt covering her breasts just enough

“I think these virtual ‘relationships’ are becoming a trend, people don’t have a lot of time and they can find pleasure and contact a muse online whenever they want.

Explaining why the curvy model blocked access to OnlyFans in her native Brazil, she said: “Outdoors people have a very different take on nudity.

“Here in Brazil, there is a lot of prejudice. Also, my dad is a pastor and he doesn’t know I’m posing nude, so I blocked access to Brazil for OnlyFans. “

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Brexit news: Former IRA bomber wears Irish football shirt during bizarre Brexit debate | Politics | New https://rigelgroupllc.com/brexit-news-former-ira-bomber-wears-irish-football-shirt-during-bizarre-brexit-debate-politics-new/ https://rigelgroupllc.com/brexit-news-former-ira-bomber-wears-irish-football-shirt-during-bizarre-brexit-debate-politics-new/#respond Wed, 18 Sep 2019 07:00:00 +0000 https://rigelgroupllc.com/brexit-news-former-ira-bomber-wears-irish-football-shirt-during-bizarre-brexit-debate-politics-new/ [ad_1] Sinn Fein MEP Martina Anderson, who has served more than 13 years in prison for terrorist offenses, gave an impassioned speech against Irish support in the Brexit negotiations as she waved her Irish passport. Dressed in an Irish soccer jersey, she told the European Parliament that the safety net would take northern Ireland “out […]]]>


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Sinn Fein MEP Martina Anderson, who has served more than 13 years in prison for terrorist offenses, gave an impassioned speech against Irish support in the Brexit negotiations as she waved her Irish passport. Dressed in an Irish soccer jersey, she told the European Parliament that the safety net would take northern Ireland “out of the EU against our will”.

She said: “Chairde [“friends” in Irish], my Irish passport says that it is the right and birthright of anyone born on the island of Ireland to be part of the Irish nation.

“As this resolution makes clear, we, the Irish of Northern Ireland, therefore have the right to European citizenship where we reside.

“While the safety net is essential to prevent a hardening of the border partition in Ireland, to protect the economy of all of Ireland and North-South cooperation, it takes us out of the EU against our will.

“We in the north of Ireland voted to stay.

“The Good Friday Agreement offers a peaceful and democratic return route to the EU for the people of northern Ireland and this should be respected by all.”

The bizarre appearance prompted Twitter users to highlight Ms Anderson’s ARI past.

Brexit Party MEP Alexandra Phillips posted: Nigel will speak after MEP Martina Anderson. Are we all going to remember his story? Ah yes. The IRA.

Another said: “Oh look at the former IRA terrorist sympathizer @M_AndersonSF speaking in the @Europarl_EN”

READ MORE: Brexit Party CENSORSHIP in European Parliament – VIDEO

She got involved in politics and now represents Northern Ireland for Sinn Fein as a Member of the European Parliament.

Earlier this year, she opened up about her past during a radio appearance.

She told BBC NI’s Talkback show: “I am an Irish Republican. I was born in a sectarian state, a city that was devastated.

“I was born in a town that had Bloody Sunday and internment.

“I was born in a time when people were making choices to right the wrong that had been done.”

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