jeremie janot GK kit collection

Jérémie Janot (b. October 11, 1977 in Valenciennes) is a French football (soccer) goalkeeper currently playing for the club of his youth, AS Saint-Étienne. He has remained loyal to the club throughout his entire career, including relegations.

Janot wore a full Spider-Man costume complete with his own name and kit number and club sponsors for a home match against FC Istres in 2005. He took off the mask before play began.

Manchester united Adidas shirt collection

 

This Collection of Manchester United Adidas replica shirts from 1980 - 1990 is up for auction on Ebay.co.uk The seller added the following:

Up for auction : vintage 1980 adidas manchester united home shirt

item: classic 1980 adidas manchester united home shirt, all my shirts are 100% genuine club replica shirts they are not fakes, copys or far east knock offs. size: small mens (no size on neck lable washed out). manaquine used to display shirt is a 40" inch chest, the shirt is tight so i would think it is a 38 " inch chest shirt. this is my opinion condition: very good 27 year old vintage condition . if you would like detailed info on any shirt please email me.

German National Team - Making Of Adidas Commercial

L7news shot the making of the new adidas TV ad with the german national soccer team. Bastian Schweinsteiger, Kevin Kuranyi, Lukas Podolski and a few other were wearing the new kit during the shooting. Take a look!

On offer is here the ultimate opportunity to purchase some very very rare and vintage Chelsea FC Shirts.

 

Up for auction : Chelsea FC Shirt Collection History

The seller added the following:

Chelsea FC Shirt Collection History. On offer is here the ultimate opportunity to purchase some very very rare and vintage Chelsea FC Shirts. All these shirts are from my own personal collection, and I have been collecting them for a long time now. The time has come to part with them after running out of space!! and the Mrs, pestering me about cluttering the loft with my collection.

Mexico will ditch its traditional green jersey, as coach Hugo Sanchez has claimed players are struggling to distinguish it from the grass on the field. The Mexican national team will wear white jerseys for home games and red while playing on the road.

Mexico will ditch its traditional green jersey, as coach Hugo Sanchez has claimed players are struggling to distinguish it from the grass on the field. The Mexican national team will wear white jerseys for home games and red while playing on the road.

"This is not new. I've been thinking about it since I took over," Sanchez said. "In my opinion, our green is confusing with the pitch - as grass is green. It looks like there are less players on the field."

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