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Emmanuel Adebayor may not have shown Derby County much charity at the weekend in scoring three goals againt them, but he shirt he was wearing has raised a small fortune for charity.
The shirt worn by Arsenal's Emmanuel Adebayor when he scored the first hat-trick at the Emirates Stadium has been sold for a cool £50,000, reports The Sun. The Gunners' Togolese striker scored three of Arsenal's goals in their 5-0 victory over Derby County on Saturday, taking his tally to six in his last three Premier League games.
Tottenham Hotspur played an unforgettable 125th Anniversary match yesterday against Aston Villa. Before the game Tottenham paraded a group of club legends as they marked their 125th anniversary.
At this historic match the team were adorned in the Special Edition 125 Anniversary Kit. A blue and white halved shirt was first worn by the spurs in 1885 and a similar shirt was worn on this occasion. The one-off kit will never be worn again.
The Addicks could again be facing problems with their shirt sponsor as Llanera; the Spanish property group based in Valencia are facing up to the prospect of going bankrupt.
A £6.6million four and a half year deal was signed with Llanera in December 2005, but less than two years into this there is a real possibility the Addicks could be left without a shirt sponsor, and the loss of revenue that will go with it.
Nike stuff history football commercials. A serie of Nike Joga Bonito Commercials shown on Australian television during the World Cup 2006.
Earlier this year the National Football Museum proudly announced the arrival of over 300 new objects to its permanent displays. The objects are on loan to the museum from the Priory Collection, one of the finest private sporting collections in the country.
Many of these rare items are on public display for the first time. Included in this fantastic new display of objects are the shirt worn by Stanley Matthews in the thrilling ‘Matthews' Cup Final of 1953, Bobby Moore's shirt from the 1970 World Cup (swapped with Pele and immortalised in a famous photograph) and England full back George Cohen's Number 2 shirt from the 1966 World Cup Final.
featuring the best soccer players in the world in the 1990s this ad was banned because people thought it was offensive and violent because it features the devil and co.
Football ad for Adidas' Predator Pulse featuring Beckham, Zidane, Raul, Ballack, Del Pierro, etc.