Liverpool Home Shirt 2010-2012 - Medium only £15 delivered @ Next - HotUKDeals
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this is unbelievably hot

use
http://www.next.co.uk/sale/index.asp

search for liverpool in top right corner

cheapest i found was sportsdirect at £25

use code L6001 for free delivery!
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3 Likes #1
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!
#2
amazing price
2 Likes #3
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!

not your fault you are an idiot!
#4
Where do you put the code?

Silly me:

http://help.next.co.uk/Section.aspx?ItemId=10377

Edited By: ash.connor on Dec 25, 2010 11:49
#5
only the Medium at this price though
#6
top find an early christmas present for next year if delivery is 3-5 weeks as stated
1 Like #7
Its hot if you're a Liverpool supporter.
Expensive as toilet paper if you're not.
#8
"This item should be despatched within 3-5 weeks." ohhh great
#9
Very hot
#10
PhilK
Its hot if you're a Liverpool supporter.Expensive as toilet paper if you're not.

so why would you buy it if you are not/? weirdo!
#11
Sold Out
#13
jjm5746
"This item should be despatched within 3-5 weeks." ohhh great


Ouch - I got mine when 'In Stock' =/
suspended#14
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!


Your only human :)
#15
scorchio
#16
COLD TOOK AGES TO REGISTER
#17
its got this order & try now, pay later policy. I ordered it without entering the promotional code and before i know it, its been ordered! Anyhow i called them and say said to call them back on tues and they will cancel the delivery charge
3 Likes #18
Football shirts (mainly made in third world sweat shops) retailing at 10 times their real value, then reduced by 2/3 (approximately) to end up at only 4 times their real value. For those for whom football is a religion, and happy to part with money then it's a good deal, but for real value for money, not that great.

Edited By: spock1958 on Dec 25, 2010 13:45: word added
#19
@18: if they weren't being employed to make football shirts then they'd either be:

a) unemployed and in an infinitely worse position or
b) employed in harsher conditions and being exploited even more by domestic employers

While I by no means condone the conditions that many manufacturers have their employees work in it is time to face up to the alternative which is perhaps worse. Merry Christmas! Great deal.
#20
spock1958
Football shirts (mainly made in third world sweat shops) retailing at 10 times their real value, then reduced by 2/3 (approximately) to end up at only 4 times their real value. For those for whom football is a religion, and happy to part with money then it's a good deal, but for real value for money, not that great.


T shirts, football or otherwise, that are being profitably sold for < £4 are almost certainly made in a third world sweatshop.

I sense a little dig at football in your post. Doesn't matter if the shirt is a value brand £4 or football club £40, if its made in a sweatshop its made in a sweatshop.
#21
are they kids sizes? because there in the designer boys section on the site
#22
spock1958
Football shirts (mainly made in third world sweat shops) retailing at 10 times their real value, then reduced by 2/3 (approximately) to end up at only 4 times their real value. For those for whom football is a religion, and happy to part with money then it's a good deal, but for real value for money, not that great.

oh well done to you and the person that liked your comment

i guess you're dressed in paper than?? dont forget thats been marked up in price too...

face it whatever you wear is the same, no matter if you wear asda clothign or primark!!
#23
ordered, bargain thanks!
#24
spock1958
Football shirts (mainly made in third world sweat shops) retailing at 10 times their real value, then reduced by 2/3 (approximately) to end up at only 4 times their real value. For those for whom football is a religion, and happy to part with money then it's a good deal, but for real value for money, not that great.


That's what I like a lesson globalisation when I'm shopping.
suspended#25
OP, you need to start respecting other peoples opinions! FACT!
#26
I'm a Celtic fan...but as this is a great price...and Liverpool FC are the most successful club side in the history of English football...I'll grudgingly give some heat (_;).....
#27
ACIDFORUMS
PhilK
Its hot if you're a Liverpool supporter.Expensive as toilet paper if you're not.

so why would you buy it if you are not/? weirdo!
Gloryhunters like yourself probably would you see.
Whoever's winning stuff....AWOL when not in the top 4, like so many of their fellow followers.
#28
ACIDFORUMS
spock1958
Football shirts (mainly made in third world sweat shops) retailing at 10 times their real value, then reduced by 2/3 (approximately) to end up at only 4 times their real value. For those for whom football is a religion, and happy to part with money then it's a good deal, but for real value for money, not that great.

oh well done to you and the person that liked your comment

i guess you're dressed in paper than?? dont forget thats been marked up in price too...

face it whatever you wear is the same, no matter if you wear asda clothign or primark!!
You know what you remind me of ?
One of those hysterical women shrieking at anyone who doesn't agree with them or have the same opinion.
Then burst into tears and run out the room
Flood of tears due...one...two...X):p
#29
arpster
I'm a Celtic fan...but as this is a great price...and Liverpool FC are the most successful club side in the history of English football...I'll grudgingly give some heat (_;).....
A little bit of the irish catholic alliance showing there I think ?
Usually it's manu and celtic together with their irish nationalist slogans and flag waving (I'm old enough to remember all the tricolours in the stretford end and the nationalist chants), but I suppose you can never beat the blues brothers however hard you try. Just wish a few more people realised what's behind the jolly public image.

Oh yes, as to the deal it's a cold for reasons partly explained above.
#30
ACIDFORUMS
face it whatever you wear is the same, no matter if you wear asda clothign or primark!!

Yes, because both of those retailers use sweatshop labour!
#31
should be giving them away for free
#32
dam sold out for medium
#33
Can someone/people check their order summary regarding payment? My order is still not showing...
#34
I can only find Large and XL ones for £20. Can't find any for £15.....
1 Like #35
spock1958
Football shirts (mainly made in third world sweat shops) retailing at 10 times their real value, then reduced by 2/3 (approximately) to end up at only 4 times their real value. For those for whom football is a religion, and happy to part with money then it's a good deal, but for real value for money, not that great.


Completely pointless comment. Virtually everything you buy is many more times the value of the raw materials and production costs, that's how companies make a profit. I take it you're walking around in woolen trousers you made yourself using a couple of twigs and wool from your own sheep. Idiot!
#36
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!


You're a clever chap aren't you...not!
#37
carefreeblue
arpster
I'm a Celtic fan...but as this is a great price...and Liverpool FC are the most successful club side in the history of English football...I'll grudgingly give some heat (_;).....
A little bit of the irish catholic alliance showing there I think ?Usually it's manu and celtic together with their irish nationalist slogans and flag waving (I'm old enough to remember all the tricolours in the stretford end and the nationalist chants), but I suppose you can never beat the blues brothers however hard you try. Just wish a few more people realised what's behind the jolly public image.Oh yes, as to the deal it's a cold for reasons partly explained above.
troll
#38
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!
ACIDFORUMS
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!
not your fault you are an idiot!

And droves of Liverpool fans don't unjustly always 'cold' Sun deals????
banned#39
seanjames
carefreeblue
arpster
I'm a Celtic fan...but as this is a great price...and Liverpool FC are the most successful club side in the history of English football...I'll grudgingly give some heat (_;).....
A little bit of the irish catholic alliance showing there I think ?Usually it's manu and celtic together with their irish nationalist slogans and flag waving (I'm old enough to remember all the tricolours in the stretford end and the nationalist chants), but I suppose you can never beat the blues brothers however hard you try. Just wish a few more people realised what's behind the jolly public image.Oh yes, as to the deal it's a cold for reasons partly explained above.
troll

Not trolling, I was thinking exactly what he was.
#40
pot_belly
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!

ACIDFORUMS
mdekq007
I unjustly voted cold as its an LFC top.... sorry!
not your fault you are an idiot!


And droves of Liverpool fans don't unjustly always 'cold' Sun deals????


Liverpool fans have a reason to loathe the sun numbnuts.

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