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Davidson9
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Switzerland Home Shirt


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i like it,my dad's friend lives in Geneva, maybe he can pick one up for me

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Davidson9 wrote:Switzerland Home Shirt


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i like it,my dad's friend lives in Geneva, maybe he can pick one up for me
I figured Switzerland would have Adidas jerseys(at least for EURO 08)since they're the hosts of the EURO 08 and whatnot and Adidas being the main sponsor...
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BGbeast23 wrote:
Davidson9 wrote:Switzerland Home Shirt


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i like it,my dad's friend lives in Geneva, maybe he can pick one up for me
I figured Switzerland would have Adidas jerseys(at least for the World Cup)since they're the hosts of the World Cup and whatnot and Adidas being the main sponsor...
you mean they're hosts of EURO 2008, ya i know but before WC06 they signed a long term deal with Puma, i think it was something like 8 years

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Oops.. Got my competitions mixed up. Sorry about that.

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hehe i notice the edited post


oh and that ball frei is holding is the V.108 ball, it looks pretty good


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BGbeast23
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Yeah, I definitely like the shirt better on her.

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we all do bg...we all do

oh and it looks like a really cool material

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just because adidas is the sponsor of Euro 08 doesn't mean they'll make the jerseys for Austria and Switzerland. they're both actually Puma teams. Adidas sponsers every UEFA, and for that matter FIFA event. i'm pretty sure Adidas has a deal with UEFA and FIFA as a whole
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United will wear a special shirt against City...



Manchester United will mark the 50th anniversary of the plane crash that killed eight members of its famed team of "Busby Babes" by playing February's Premier League match against Manchester City in a 1950s style kit.

United has been given special permission by the Premier League and its sponsors to wear the plain red jerseys and baggy shorts for the Feb. 10 match at Old Trafford.The kit, which will adhere to United's customary home strip of red shirt, white shorts and black socks, will not be available to buy and only 16 will be made for the squad for the City game.

The game was chosen because it is scheduled just four days after the 50th anniversary and because former City goalkeeper Frank Swift, who was following United as a journalist, also died in the accident.

"The Munich air crash was not just about Manchester United," chief executive David Gill said late Thursday. "It devastated the lives of the 23 families of those who died, as well as those who never played again, and united a city in grief.

"Those who are able to remember it say it was Manchester's 'Kennedy moment.' Everyone knows where they were when the terrible news came through."

Eight players were among 23 people killed on Feb. 6, 1958, when a plane carrying United home from a match at Red Star Belgrade crashed in Munich after refueling.


Bobby Charlton was among those to survive the crash, while manager Matt Busby recovered, despite having his last rites read twice, to rebuild the side and win the 1968 European Cup with a team including the England great.

United also plans to call Old Trafford's south stand tunnel "The Munich Tunnel," with the renamed route the site of a permanent, free exhibition about the famous team — which was decimated before it had a chance to fulfill predications that it would dominate English soccer.

United will hold a memorial service involving survivors and families of victims, and allow its subscription channel MUTV to be viewed for free on Feb. 6, when it will broadcast a series of programs about the crash without advertisements


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I Want one so bad

BGbeast23
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As a United fan... The Turkey pictures really ruined that post for me.
I just want to use this as a chance to say R.I.P.
Geoff Bent
Roger Byrne
Eddie Colman
Duncan Edwards
Mark Jones
David Pegg
Tommy Taylor
Liam Whelan
and all of the others in the crash. You have been greatly missed. :cry:

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ohh man this guy looks so small, hes like one of santas elves! hahaha

BGbeast23
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And very crosseyed...
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yes very very cross eyed....like some kind of retarded person...

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Big step down in my opnion... The USA Away Kit
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It's just muy aburrido. :shock:

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BGbeast23 wrote:Big step down in my opnion... The USA Away Kit
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It's just muy aburrido. :shock:

i rather like that shirt, be picking it up in FLA

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