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England Home & Keeper Replica Shirts - £21.99 (inc P&P with voucher) @ SportsDirect £20.00

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England shirts are now down to £20.00 (or £21.99 including P&P using the 10% voucher). You never know, hang around the front of Wembley next season and you might get a game.
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
England shirts are now down to £20.00 (or £21.99 including P&P using the 10% voucher).

You never know, hang around the front of Wembley next season and you might get a game.
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#1
England shirts are now down to £20.00 (or £21.99 including P&P using the 10% voucher).


Give it another week or two should be under £10.00!
#2
You really want to buy England Replica shirt after their abysmal performance..??

To be honest they are not worth it, let the England players keep them as a reminder of how over-rated they are. Waste of money.
#3
As an English man, i wouldnt be seen dead in that, no offence to the OP but id be too embarassed.

Good find none the less but 2 - tones probably right, give it a bit longer.
#4
give it 2 weeks then poundland will be full of them hahahahahahaha
#5
I'm voting hot. Don't care what everyone says. The price was always going to come down after we went out. It is now worth buying at that price!!
#6
I'll be buying one when they are £10.
#7
id actually buy one if i had £20, bargain for a shirt... white one looks smart aswell. no matter how bad england were im still proud to be english and will still wear the shirt

I have actually got a white one, i would still buy another one though
#8
these shirts are a grim reminder of how crap our International football team is.

I think paying more than 99p is a big ask let alone £20.

Were a laughing stock amongst the International teams and these shirts will just help us stand out a little easier, so they can laugh at us even more.
#9
id actually buy one if i had £20, bargain for a shirt... white one looks smart aswell. no matter how bad england were im still proud to be english and will still wear the shirt


+1
#10
sensation
id actually buy one if i had £20, bargain for a shirt... white one looks smart aswell. no matter how bad england were im still proud to be english and will still wear the shirt


Agreed!
#11
sensation
id actually buy one if i had £20, bargain for a shirt... white one looks smart aswell. no matter how bad england were im still proud to be english and will still wear the shirt


- 1
#12
adamkhan
- 1


Shame
#13
Your not less of a proud English-man if you believe your Countries football team is crap. Stop kidding yourself lads.

We have a team made up of our best domestic league players, who on International level play like second/third-division players and by being honest and putting up your hands and saying 'right we are crap' is more of an England-man than kidding that we just didn't perform and the world was against us. - Wake Up its all over.

Still I think £20 can be better spent
#14
sensation
Shame


indeed
#15
Can anyone confirm if this is instore aswell?
#16
Perhaps it is time for a rethink and have a Great Britain team instead, with lack of talent coming through and the amount of scottish, welsh and irish whinging about how cack England are we can all whinge in true style by being united in cack, pulling through resources from the nations!
#17
cicobuff
Perhaps it is time for a rethink and have a Great Britain team instead, with lack of talent coming through and the amount of scottish, welsh and irish whinging about how cack England are we can all whinge in true style by being united in cack, pulling through resources from the nations!


+1
#18
HOT + REP. If £25 at ASDA is roasting hot then £20 here should be too you miserable sods.
#19
hot from me for the hanging around wembly comment :D
#20
cicobuff
Perhaps it is time for a rethink and have a Great Britain team instead, with lack of talent coming through and the amount of scottish, welsh and irish whinging about how cack England are we can all whinge in true style by being united in cack, pulling through resources from the nations!


Obviously not a football fan !:oops:
#21
nor Capello's
#22
As I Welshman I am tempted to buy one and frame it to remind me of these happy days :)
#23
Robbing Scouse basket Rooney stole my hope!
#24
cicobuff
Perhaps it is time for a rethink and have a Great Britain team instead, with lack of talent coming through and the amount of scottish, welsh and irish whinging about how cack England are we can all whinge in true style by being united in cack, pulling through resources from the nations!


-1

Obviously there will be no arguments about favouritism of one constituent nation over another in the squad. Football is too tribal a sport to get away with this, plus this means three fewer votes when deciding where the World Cup is to be held.
#25
I think £10 is more reasonable to be honest.
#26
spraint
-1

Obviously there will be no arguments about favouritism of one constituent nation over another in the squad. Football is too tribal a sport to get away with this, plus this means three fewer votes when deciding where the World Cup is to be held.


But with sports news commentators already concerned about where the future upcoming players are going to come from for World Cup 2014, and with international players playing in the premiership making our players "look good" until we get to the crunch of them having to play on a pitch all together, then the greater the pool of players to choose from possibly the better in my opinion.

Anyway the longer football is considered as a "tribal" sport, it just encourages the NF and hooliganism element.
#27
andyat2002
Can anyone confirm if this is instore aswell?


I can confirm its not in stores as of 29th June.
#28
cicobuff
Perhaps it is time for a rethink and have a Great Britain team instead, with lack of talent coming through and the amount of scottish, welsh and irish whinging about how cack England are we can all whinge in true style by being united in cack, pulling through resources from the nations!


+1

been saying that for ages, pooling resources together, greater chances of success, instead of the smaller home nations constantly unable to qualify for major competitions and England doing rather badly when they're there.

how many countries split themselves up during sports tournements/events? this anomaly is better of stopped. Look how well Team GB did in the last Summer Olympics? 4th in the medals table just behind those Big 3, AMAZING!
#29
No1_Dave
+1

been saying that for ages, pooling resources together, greater chances of success, instead of the smaller home nations constantly unable to qualify for major competitions and England doing rather badly when they're there.

how many countries split themselves up during sports tournements/events? this anomaly is better of stopped. Look how well Team GB did in the last Summer Olympics? 4th in the medals table just behind those Big 3, AMAZING!


Imagine how great a Great Britain team could have been when Giggs was in his prime, in fact if there was a Great Britain team this year I think he would have been a better bet even at his age now.
#30
cicobuff
Imagine how great a Great Britain team could have been when Giggs was in his prime, in fact if there was a Great Britain team this year I think he would have been a better bet even at his age now.


that's one great example, England for the past decade has been saying/repeating/bemoaning being short of a quality left sided midfielder (and still short of it in 2010 Gerard playing out of position), imaging Giggs playing there in his prime? and I caught a glimpse I think on BBC WC highlights last night, they did a team of great players who never played at the World Cup, Giggs and Best being 2 of them, imaging them in their prime playing in Team GB? very regrettable about all these comment football being too "tribal" to united the people on these islands...
#31
Toilet Paper Has Got Quite Expensive These Dayz................
#32
LOL all this talk of giggs playing for england he was born in england. Played in england u-17 and chose to play for wales (for personal reasons). Anyway even with him we still would have found a way to play CRAP. England has never looked after creative players the whole football system is setup for the TALL frontman HARD centre defender, HARD working but non to technical midfielder, fix this situation and then we will have a team to rival the best
#33
If there was a Team GB then there's no need to choose right?

but do agree with you, the whole football culture all over the the British isles needs to change, need to improve on technique, skill and teamwork, not just replying on pace and power.
#34
Wonder if they will give away free keeper shirts with "Green" across the back print?

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