SUPERB QUALITY NIKE FOOTBALLS FOR A FIVER @ SPORTSDIRECT...JUST RIGHT FOR THE WORLD CUP..THESE ARE NORMALLY £18 - HotUKDeals
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Really good football for £5...should keep the kids happy during the world cup.
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#1
Worth putting in the title that they are Nike footballs as normally the footballs Sportsdirect sell are cheap crap that are like kicking a spherical brick.
#2
Thanks Have Altered The Title...all The Best
banned#3
SUPERB QUALITY NIKE FOOTBALLS FOR A FIVER...JUST RIGHT FOR THE WORLD CUP

FIFA supply their own for the world cup.
banned#4
NobbyB
SUPERB QUALITY NIKE FOOTBALLS FOR A FIVER...JUST RIGHT FOR THE WORLD CUP

FIFA supply their own for the world cup.


OP didn't mean use these for the matchs at the world cup :roll:
#5
whatsThePoint
OP didn't mean use these for the matchs at the world cup :roll:


I think he means if they were to be used in the world cup they would be just right..
#6
Thanks for posting. Might go and get one for my son who is of the opinion that you can never have too many footballs!! :thumbsup:
banned#7
WOW a sportsdirect thread with no mention of chavs
#8
A Sports Direct deal that isn't Fila!

Looks a nice footy, voted hot.
banned#9
Mike Ashley will probably pay 25p for this to be made by child slave labour.
Cold for that.
#10
Looks good, any idea how much delivery might be? I don't think I can get to a SportsDirect today.
#11
andersh
Looks good, any idea how much delivery might be? I don't think I can get to a SportsDirect today.


Think it's £3.95
#12
Pluun
Mike Ashley will probably pay 25p for this to be made by child slave labour.
Cold for that.


It's supplied by Nike though?
#13
Bought a couple for my boys, they will love them, thank you. Sharon xx
#14
The Nike T90 Spectra is a £8-£10 football. Fine for a kickabout. They would never be used in the Kent Sunday League, never mind the World Cup.
#15
Anyone know what makes a good football?
e.g. which of the 3 here are the best?
#16
Pluun
Mike Ashley will probably pay 25p for this to be made by child slave labour.
Cold for that.


Its a Nike football, not a sports direct football
#17
pjlhot
... which of the 3 here are the best?


If you just want a half-decent ball for a kick-about they're all much of a muchness.

You love fillet steak, but you just fancy a quick cheap munch. There's an Asda burger, Tesco burger, Morrisons burger.

Which of these three is the best?

Meh, they'll all do the job.
#18
many thanks :thumbsup:
#19
It was the Mercurial Fade football I got for a fiver, not the T90, unless I picked up the crappier ball (it was the last one in the bucket with advertisements all over it). Mind you I wouldn't have a clue what made a good football.

Baby brother seemed happy enough with it! He goes through tons of them.
#20
Not bad for a kickabout, as someone else has mentioned, but these won't last more than a few games if you plan to play with these for more then I would suggest shelling out for a decent match ball. Plus these are light as fook; but not too bad for a fiver.

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