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Obvious reason for price drop, but still a nice jacket. Still around £50 everywhere else.

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#2
Think I paid £40 for that before the world cup, it looks the muts nuts I always get people saying that it looks dead cool.
#3
I'd be too embarrassed to wear it after that shower of [email protected] on Sunday but good deal if you are daft enough to wear it.
#4
scunny
I'd be too embarrassed to wear it after that shower of [email protected] on Sunday but good deal if you are daft enough to wear it.


Couldn't agree more.
#5
004800
Think I paid £40 for that before the world cup, it looks the muts nuts I always get people saying that it looks dead cool.


Agreed.

Heat/rep to the OP
#6
A little expensive, would now have to wear it inside out lol
#7
004800
Think I paid £40 for that before the world cup, it looks the muts nuts I always get people saying that it looks dead cool.

are these a good f relaxed it or do you buy up a size . its when i buy an xl it usually feels like just a large
#8
love the england fans who all of a sudden get embarrassed to support their team when they lose , a lot of bandwagon jumping roll on 2018
#9
004800;8938158
Think I paid £40 for that before the world cup, it looks the muts nuts I always get people saying that it looks dead cool.

bet they wont now, lol!
prob gets some sniggers, esp from germans
#10
ridgerama
love the england fans who all of a sudden get embarrassed to support their team when they lose , a lot of bandwagon jumping roll on 2018


I'm English, and I have been embarrased by our so called 'team' of footballers for some time. They're the most detestable bunch of players I have ever seen wear the England shirt (John Terry anybody?).
#11
ridgerama;8938745
love the england fans who all of a sudden get embarrassed to support their team when they lose , a lot of bandwagon jumping roll on 2018

you havent supported england for very long then!
dont why the press said we have a chance to win the world cup...personally thought this was the worst england side weve had in ages, no creativity, slow and ponderous...and that was my view BEFORE the wc started....proved right then...then again the draw was kind to us and if we had won the group im sure we would have got to the semis and then been thrashed by brazil, who i thought would win before the wc started
2nd round
spain v portugal - portugal win
paraguay v japan - japan win

quarter
ghana v uruguay - uruguay win
argentina v germany - argentina win
brazil v holland - brazil win
portugal v japan - portugal win


semi
brazil v uruguay - brazil win
argentina v portugal - argentina win


final
brazil v argentina - brazil win
#12
royals
you havent supported england for very long then!
dont why the press said we have a chance to win the world cup...personally thought this was the worst england side weve had in ages, no creativity, slow and ponderous...and that was my view BEFORE the wc started....proved right then...then again the draw was kind to us and if we had won the group im sure we would have got to the semis and then been thrashed by brazil, who i thought would win before the wc started


as and england fan and newcastle fan for 25+ years i know first hand about disappointment but do i jump on the bandwagon and stop supporting them ? no, do i vote down deals on hotukdeals because its england ? no, do i read the papers calling the team losers that in the same paper had the headlines EASY ? no

of course im annoyed and downhearted but i dont go anti-england when they fail that most of the supporters on this site have done . and when the next person says "what about the supporters who paid thousand's to see them " i will belly laugh wtf did they expect to happen a world cup win they had paid all that money when they KNEW we wouldnt win it , i hoped a semi final would have been on the cards .

i think the argies have a good chance btw
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scunny
I'd be too embarrassed to wear it after that shower of [email protected] on Sunday but good deal if you are daft enough to wear it.


Supporting England isn't about buying a shirt just before the World Cup and then wearing it down the pub. Yeah, they were shocking on Sunday, but doesn't stop me being English and proud. I've seen more than enough disappointment down the years but I'm not going to be embarrased to wear the 3 lions regardless of their results.
#14
jackbauer81
Supporting England isn't about buying a shirt just before the World Cup and then wearing it down the pub. Yeah, they were shocking on Sunday, but doesn't stop me being English and proud. I've seen more than enough disappointment down the years but I'm not going to be embarrased to wear the 3 lions regardless of their results.


+1 heat and rep
#15
jackbauer81
Supporting England isn't about buying a shirt just before the World Cup and then wearing it down the pub. Yeah, they were shocking on Sunday, but doesn't stop me being English and proud. I've seen more than enough disappointment down the years but I'm not going to be embarrased to wear the 3 lions regardless of their results.


I'm English and VERY proud of that fact. I've ran busses and vans down to the old Wembley numerous times. My last England shirt was bought for attending EVERY England game in Euro 96. When I joined the scheme to buy tickets over a 6 month period, we didn't even have a manager! I even purchased a £75 ticket for the final which I attended in my England shirt. The bunch of multi-millionaires that pulled the shirt on in the WC have no pride in the wearing it. They're the embarrasment not the shirt or Lions. I'm not embarrased about the England tattoo I've had for the last 26 years and I'm proud of my country not the jerks sent to represent it.
Cappello to stay and lead us to Euro 2012 without all the big ego's in the squad.
#16
scunny
I'm English and VERY proud of that fact. I've ran busses and vans down to the old Wembley numerous times. My last England shirt was bought for attending EVERY England game in Euro 96. When I joined the scheme to buy tickets over a 6 month period, we didn't even have a manager! I even purchased a £75 ticket for the final which I attended in my England shirt. The bunch of multi-millionaires that pulled the shirt on in the WC have no pride in the wearing it. They're the embarrasment not the shirt or Lions. I'm not embarrased about the England tattoo I've had for the last 26 years and I'm proud of my country not the jerks sent to represent it.
Cappello to stay and lead us to Euro 2012 without all the big ego's in the squad.


Couldn't agree more to be honest.
The player's didn't perform, Lampard had a terrible tournament, drop the players who haven't been able to do anything for England and get some new blood in there (Rodwell, Wilshere, Gibb etc.). Capello's a proven winner at club level, he can take us places on the International stage.

Back to topic, heat OP, good deal.
#17
Ideal to wear when giving excuses for poor performance, for example at work, top buy
#18

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