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Tony Moanero

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My dad moaned at me for buying that one saying I shouldn't be funding a Proddy club. I was 13 and was oblivious to all the old firm religious shenanigans.

Fuck you Mike lad. Vile

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I don't know if these are my top 5, but they are 5 nice shirts.

 

Portugal - Euro 2000

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Spain - 1994 World Cup

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Ajax - Early 2000s

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Real Oviedo - 1992/3

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Leeds United - Early 70s

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Fuck you Mike lad. Vile

Yep. A 13 year old lad who hates RE in school and drew cocks on pictures of Jesus and his disciples in school books is going to be arsed about a parochial religious squabble between 2 teams miles away. I just liked the shirt.

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Some more of my all-time favourite shirts.

 

1950 FA Cup Final

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Got the TOFFS replica of that shirt before the club stopped them making it. Its a really heavy shirt but great.

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Got the TOFFS replica of that shirt before the club stopped them making it. Its a really heavy shirt but great.

 

 

Sadly, I never got round to getting one. I bought this one in the mid 90's. Really good quality heavyweight cotton.

 

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Been looking at pictures of old Liverpool shirts. This site, for example, is boss - http://www.liverpoolkits.com

I'm not bothered about football at all now, due to various personal reasons but mostly my ongoing battle with depression and anxiety. I don't mind admitting that I had a little cry while listening to "You'll Never Walk Alone", as it reminded me of just how much L.F.C. used to mean to me. Brilliant football club, brilliant city.

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