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It went in the bin this morning

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It went in the bin this morning

Post  vinkel on 2017-04-23, 10:55 am

My home Sunderland shirt, not because of the current situation. But at my age i must look a bit stupid wearing it.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-23, 11:16 am

vinkel wrote:My home Sunderland shirt, not because of the current situation. But at my age i must look a bit stupid wearing it.
Give it to charity instead. My daughter lives in Uganda and UK football shirts of all sizes and conditions are highly sought after. Even Sunderland ones Very Happy

For me football shirts are perfectly acceptable on adults of any age who are at the match or on their way to and from the match. Anywhere else though is a no no unless you are 18 or under! Laughing
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Post  vinkel on 2017-04-23, 12:10 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
vinkel wrote:My home Sunderland shirt, not because of the current situation. But at my age i must look a bit stupid wearing it.
Give it to charity instead. My daughter lives in Uganda and UK football shirts of all sizes and conditions are highly sought after. Even Sunderland ones Very Happy

For me football shirts are perfectly acceptable on adults of any age who are at the match or on their way to and from the match. Anywhere else though is a no no unless you are 18 or under! Laughing

I may just do that.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-04-23, 4:31 pm

vinkel wrote:My home Sunderland shirt, not because of the current situation. But at my age i must look a bit stupid wearing it.


Must admit this season I bought a couple of the leisure/training shirts with the logo on to wear to the match. 
Cos am a fat b*stard the red n white stripes on me would never have gotten me invited to the Milan & Paris catwalks.
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