Football shirts – Viajara Laire Libre http://viajaralairelibre.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 08:34:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://viajaralairelibre.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Football shirts – Viajara Laire Libre http://viajaralairelibre.com/ 32 32 Wearing football shirts – why? – GAME OF THE PEOPLE https://viajaralairelibre.com/wearing-football-shirts-why-game-of-the-people/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 15:45:41 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/wearing-football-shirts-why-game-of-the-people/ A FEW years ago, my wife and I were at a game in Prague, at the very atmospheric Bohemians stadium, with the famous Mr Panenka sitting high in the stand. Opposition fans were in full voice but most were as naked from the waist up as Vladimir Putin on his horse. You could almost smell […]]]>

A FEW years ago, my wife and I were at a game in Prague, at the very atmospheric Bohemians stadium, with the famous Mr Panenka sitting high in the stand. Opposition fans were in full voice but most were as naked from the waist up as Vladimir Putin on his horse. You could almost smell the testosterone as the bald, burly gang of ultras demonstrated their masculinity in the autumn wind. ” Why ? I asked, shivering as the streetcars roared past on the floor. “Maybe their football shirts don’t fit so they take their clothes off?” my wife replied wryly.

That was a good point, because on virtually every football pitch in Europe, beer bellies and bald heads crowd into football shirts, testing the strength of the fabric and instantly turning pinstripes into wide stripes.

You could say that the replica jersey is a piece of clothing that makes us all equal, that it introduces a form of democracy into the football experience, but nothing could be further from the truth. The thing is, football shirts are for young people, they are the costumes for a costume drama. But somehow, putting on a football jersey creates a form of sporty “dad army” in most of us.

It’s understandable that fans want to show their allegiance, but wearing a football shirt is, if you think about it, vaguely comical. You’re basically wearing a footballer’s uniform, a fit and agile image of vitality. We all want to step back in time and challenge the aging process, but dressing like a 22-year-old isn’t necessarily the best way to show you’re still relevant.

Indeed, when you look at the way designers are decimating club colors, from what look like blood splattered kits to hideous new kits that include the club name and no crest, why would you give any credence to some really horrible creations? And then, of course, there are the unflattering fabrics, showing off every hill and valley of the body. Still want to wear that Liverpool third kit?

There is also a moral issue, notably the source of the shirts themselves. Are they created in small sweatshops in places like Cambodia, Indonesia or China? Are they the product of cheap and exploitative labour? Most people don’t want to know, but in this age of visible displays of social responsibility through football, shouldn’t we want to know how these products are put together?

Maybe it’s time for a kit maker to come up with something very innovative and sensible – the plain blue or red shirt. With more and more people trying to embrace a more simplistic lifestyle, embracing minimalism and basics, how wonderful would the plain shirt be in the TV interference that is shirt design ? The most iconic stripes of all time have included Real Madrid’s all-white kit, Arsenal’s red with white sleeves, Inter Milan’s blue and black stripes and Brazil’s yellow, among others. I would definitely applaud any kit company that brushes off the nonsense and says, “Here we are, our new look – blue and white (red and white)”. Forget about graffiti, splashes and tricky shades, let’s really bring back the identity of the club.

It is entirely possible that kit makers deliberately make their latest offerings as complex as possible, partly to justify marketing a different shirt for each club and partly to make counterfeits more difficult to achieve. . The latter is understandable and we have to accept that for clubs, shirt sales are an important part of their business.

Fans are complaining about ‘another shirt for Manchester United’, but they’re still buying them and queuing for the latest abomination. In other words, they continue to feed the beast, spending large sums of money to ensure they stay on trend.

But is it really important? If you want to show your allegiance, buy a sash or badge. Not convinced? The next time you put on a replica shirt, look at yourself in a full-length mirror. Ask yourself what part of your torso looks fat in there and I bet you’ll be tempted to put that shirt back in the drawer. I know, I tried.

This article appeared in the latest edition of Football weekends.

published by Neil Fredrik Jensen

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British tourists banned from wearing football shirts in Mallorca resort https://viajaralairelibre.com/british-tourists-banned-from-wearing-football-shirts-in-mallorca-resort/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 16:17:22 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/british-tourists-banned-from-wearing-football-shirts-in-mallorca-resort/ Restaurant owners in Mallorca’s Playa de Palma resort, often seen as the island’s party hub, have banned football shirts, glow-in-the-dark hats and other clothing. Reports say many locals are growing tired of so-called “drunken tourism,” leading to calls for stricter dress codes across the board. The decision by a group of resort owners to impose […]]]>

Restaurant owners in Mallorca’s Playa de Palma resort, often seen as the island’s party hub, have banned football shirts, glow-in-the-dark hats and other clothing.

Reports say many locals are growing tired of so-called “drunken tourism,” leading to calls for stricter dress codes across the board.

The decision by a group of resort owners to impose a dress code is expected to annoy many British holidaymakers planning trips to the Spanish island later this summer.

England supporters in Mallorca (Image: PA)

Items on the prohibited clothing list include strapless tank tops, swimsuits, bathing suits and any accessories purchased directly from street vendors. [like glow in the dark hats] and the aforementioned football shirts, reports the Mirror.

A total of 11 restaurants are set to implement the new dress rules, all of which are associated with the Palma Beach brand.

Customers would be cross-checked with QR codes upon arrival at said restaurants, which can verify that the dress code is being adhered to.

However, despite the rules being put in place at the very start of this summer, many business leaders in the region are already wondering how effective the ban will be in tackling rowdy and drunken behavior.

Temperatures have soared across Europe this month, with parts of Spain hitting 40C, leading many to wonder why anyone would willingly arrive at seaside resort restaurants wearing shirts and buttoned pants.

Playa de Palma is a popular resort in Mallorca (Image: PA)
Playa de Palma is a popular resort in Mallorca (Image: PA)

According to Juanmi Ferrer, CEO of Palma Beach, the drunken behavior of holidaymakers has worsened in recent years, leading to drastic measures by restaurateurs.

“The situation on public roads is worse today than in 2017, 2018 and 2019. We already consider the lost season in terms of controlling incivility,” he said recently.

“We need the support of the authorities because neither businesses nor residents can stop it.”

However, Ferrer adds that the measure is not hostile to British tourists, but rather is taken to try to “re-educate” people through “friendly means of communication”.

To that end, he maintains that there will be some flexibility during the day when it comes to certain clothing items, although the “no tolerance” policy remains in place at night.

Thousands of Britons travel to Mallorca each year, with tourism being vital to the island’s economy.

British tourists in Mallorca (Image: PA)
British tourists in Mallorca (Image: PA)

Regarding the drunkenness disorder at the resort, concerned hotel guests told Spanish newspaper Diario de MaJorca that police were unable to stop street parties or “big groups of tourists who only want to get drunk on the public highway, in the front line or even on the beach’.

Pedro Marín, director of Palm Beach, added that these tourists usually book very little in advance, stay three or four nights and spend around 30 or 40 euros a day: “Usually on alcohol and cans of beer that they consume while drinking in the street.

“They arrive in hotels in the morning and cannot even walk, they are completely drunk and even their companions leave them alone, lying on the sidewalk.”

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Socceroos Centenary: How the Pacific Pioneered Numbered Football Shirts | Australia https://viajaralairelibre.com/socceroos-centenary-how-the-pacific-pioneered-numbered-football-shirts-australia/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 22:40:00 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/socceroos-centenary-how-the-pacific-pioneered-numbered-football-shirts-australia/ Jhe match between New Zealand and Australia at Carisbrook in 1922 offered so many firsts in sporting competitions that its claim to mark a milestone in the history of international football was overlooked. It was the first full international match featuring two national teams wearing numbered shirts. Twenty-eight years before Fifa insisted on squad numbers […]]]>

Jhe match between New Zealand and Australia at Carisbrook in 1922 offered so many firsts in sporting competitions that its claim to mark a milestone in the history of international football was overlooked. It was the first full international match featuring two national teams wearing numbered shirts. Twenty-eight years before Fifa insisted on squad numbers at the 1950 World Cup in Brazil, Trans-Tasman neighbors pioneered an innovation that would become a standard requirement in the global game. But even that historic 1922 decision came long after New Zealand and New South Wales began using numbers on their home and away tours in 1904 and 1905.

The numbers were intended to help fans identify players by matching numbers on players’ backs with corresponding names on a scorecard or game program, which could be purchased or provided on the field. This was particularly useful for international and inter-regional matches where the visiting players were unknown to even the most avid football fans of the home team. Numbered shirts came to football via New Zealand rugby. Australian sports fans saw the All Blacks wearing numbers on their sweaters during their 1897 tour. The idea caught on among the Australian rugby fraternity and was used at least sporadically in representative matches. Rugby and Australian rules football had experimented with numbers as early as the 1880s, but the practice was not fully adopted or retained.

Alex Gibb, Australia’s captain for the country’s full international match. Photograph: State Library of South Australia

Numbers were already commonplace in the early 20th century, but number schemes and systems were still changeable. The connection between numbers and positions on the pitch was not necessarily part of early football culture but evolved over time. A system that gained traction in Australia saw no marks for goalkeepers and outfield players numbered one through 10. New Zealand played their first match in the 1905 tour against Metropolitan, l Sydney District representative team, at what was then known as Epping Stadium in Forest. Lodge in the center-west of the city. An action photo from the match published in the Sydney Mail shows numbers on the backs of both groups of footballers, with a New Zealand outfielder wearing the No.1.

A line-up diagram from the 1904 match between New Zealand and New South Wales in Dunedin shows the teams in a 2-3-5 formation, but with No 1 assigned to the outside right and the rest of the front line completing the 1 to 5 numbers. The numbers go back to the goalkeeper listed as number 11. The Australians in the 1922 tour were allocated squad numbers 1-16. Another match schedule diagram for the tour game against Taranaki at New Plymouth are not giving the Australians a number but start local identification with 17 given to the goalkeeper, the progression ending with the outside left carrying 27.

The Australian team that drew with New Zealand in Wellington in the second Test on June 24, 1922.
The Australian team that drew with New Zealand in Wellington in the second Test on June 24, 1922. Photography: Hocken Collections, University of Otago

A 1928 Canterbury game against Otago has the keeper as the No. 2 and ends with a winger wearing 12. In this case, the listing gives the number 12 to the right winger for Otago and the left winger for Canterbury. On the 1922 trip, Australian players were assigned team numbers in alphabetical order, which they used throughout the tour. Forward Wilf Bratton got number one. Again the numbers helped a host of Kiwis unfamiliar with the visitors identify the players. But they were of no use indicating a position on the pitch, even in the days of rigidly defined positions in a 2-3-5 formation.

Alphabetical team numbers became a curiosity at the World Cups of the 1970s, more than half a century later. The Dutch “total football” squad at the 1974 tournament was listed alphabetically with goalkeeper Jan Jongbloed given number 8. Johan Cruyff was an exception to the rule, retaining his preferred number 14. Cesar Menotti’s Argentina squad at the 1978 World Cup saw goalkeeper Ubaldo Fillol in a No.5 shirt in another alphabetical team. Shirt numbering eventually spread to the English homeland of football. There, the purpose of the numbers was again to tell fans who the players were rather than defining their positions on the pitch.

The program of the first Test.
The program of the first Test. Photography: Provided by Fair Play Publishing

The most common English version of the history of numbers features forward-thinking Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman as the main force for change. He began trialling the innovation in matches in the late 1920s for a cause that took ten years before the British establishment fully embraced it. British rugby players had long encountered numbered players. But one wonders if Chapman’s assistant, Tom Whittaker, played a role in his boss’ enthusiasm. As an Arsenal player, Whittaker took part in the 1925 Australian tour – against many numbered men. England cruised to an easy 8-0 win over Illawarra at Wollongong, but Whittaker was kicked by Tom Thompson just before half-time, cracking his kneecap. The referee’s report notes with restraint that Thompson “was questioned by some of the visitors.” The serious injury not only forced Whittaker off the tour, but meant he never played again. He then trained in physiotherapy and joined Chapman’s coaching staff.

Chapman’s Arsenal first tried using numbers in a loss to Sheffield Wednesday in 1928. The trial was repeated occasionally, with Arsenal using numbered shirts in their friendly with FC Vienna in December 1933. The first major English event with shirt numbers was the 1933 FA Cup Final between Everton and Manchester City. A match line-up diagram of the kind that had already become standard shows Sagar in the Everton goal as 1, full-backs Crook and Cresswell as 2 and 3, down to left outside Stein at 11 After that, he continued to cross the city. forward line as 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, ending with goalkeeper Longford as No. 22. It was common long before 1933 to assign numbers 1 to 22 to players in programs of match. Yet the players on the pitch did not wear numbered shirts. Perhaps the reasoning behind this was to assign formality to the programs rather than aid in player identification. In the late 1930s, the issue of numbers became a point of contention between the Football Association, in favor of numbers, and the Football League, against. The matter was finally resolved at meetings held in 1938 and 1939. A protocol for the use of numbered shirts was secured at the FA Council thirty-five years after the dawn of the New Zealand initiative. Once again, New Zealand played a role in its lockdown.

Arthur Gibbs’ retirement from the Council ended the era of Australasian representation in London. From that point on, the two countries ran their own course. In 1931, Auckland Football Association President Ernest Davis reported on the state of relations with England at the Auckland Football Association Awards Night. Davis, later Sir Ernest Davis, was a wealthy brewer and anti-prohibition lobbyist who was a major financial backer for the New Zealand Labor Party and would become Mayor of the City of Auckland as well as Chairman of the New Zealand Football Association. He would have held important positions in more than 90 sports bodies. The Auckland Star reported that in his 1931 speech Davis described football as the football of millions and that in England for every game of rugby there were twenty football games. “The time is coming,” he also said, “when the Football Association of New Zealand should arrange for a team to be sent to England.”

It felt like a shift to a more independent stance. He further underlined a national difference when he expressed the view that there was a goodwill in England for New Zealand rugby and cricket teams which did not apply, for example, to cricket teams australian. He told the gathering of his meetings with Sir Frederick Wall of the FA, who he said took a keen interest in the Association’s play in New Zealand and had requested that General William Madocks be appointed as the NZFA’s representative on the Board. of AF. British Brigadier General William Robarts Napier Madocks had no connection with football but had traveled to New Zealand as a military staff officer in 1896, leaving in 1901. He was famous for his deeds of gallantry as he led New Zealand soldiers into battle during the Boer War. . He married New Zealand-born Laura Butler in London in 1903. Despite this somewhat tenuous connection to New Zealand and no direct connection to football, Madocks ended up becoming an unheralded figure in a hugely important development Game.

The 1938 FA Council meeting agreed to a proposal by Madocks that players wear 1-10 with no number assigned to the goalkeeper. The following year, the Football League went along with the general notion, still leaving out the goalkeeper, but with numbers listed from 2 to 11 for the outfielders. The FA, keen to avoid having dual systems, rearranged their position with a new Madocks motion opting for the 2-11 formula. The loop was complete. The numbered jersey movement started with New Zealand and reached its point of international acceptance thanks to a New Zealand appointee.

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Prince William received children’s football shirts from the Lionesses https://viajaralairelibre.com/prince-william-received-childrens-football-shirts-from-the-lionesses/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 11:45:44 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/prince-william-received-childrens-football-shirts-from-the-lionesses/ Prince William visited the England women’s football team yesterday (June 15) ahead of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022, which takes place this summer. To commemorate his visit, the team presented the Duke of Cambridge with three adorable Cambridge Children’s Football Shirts. Each shirt has been personalized with their name on the back and their age. […]]]>

Prince William visited the England women’s football team yesterday (June 15) ahead of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022, which takes place this summer.

To commemorate his visit, the team presented the Duke of Cambridge with three adorable Cambridge Children’s Football Shirts. Each shirt has been personalized with their name on the back and their age. Prince Louis is four years old, Princess Charlotte seven years old and Prince George eight years old.

The Duke joined the Lionesses at the National Football Center in St George’s Park to meet the team and learn more about their preparation for the upcoming event.

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In footage from his visit, Prince William is seen chatting with the team and revealed that one of his own children has a special talent.

“Charlotte wanted me to tell you that she is very good in front of goal. She told me to tell you. I said okay, I’ll tell them that,” he told the Lionesses, before adding that Princess Charlotte was a potential “budding star of the future.”

In a post shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s social media page, Prince William said the England team are “already inspiring the next generation of women and girls to play football, reaping the benefits mental and physical activity”.

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Looking ahead to the Euros this summer, he said: “A major tournament on home soil is an exciting prospect and it’s clear the players are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to show what they can do,” adding that “the whole nation will be cheering [the team] on!”

Prince William is the chairman of the English Football Association (FA) and has often been seen at matches. He even brought Prince George to a recent game.


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Prince William gave Cambridge children personalized football shirts from the Lionesses team https://viajaralairelibre.com/prince-william-gave-cambridge-children-personalized-football-shirts-from-the-lionesses-team/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 11:45:00 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/prince-william-gave-cambridge-children-personalized-football-shirts-from-the-lionesses-team/ Photo credit: WPA Pool – Getty Images Prince William visited the England women’s football team yesterday (June 15) ahead of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022, which takes place this summer. To commemorate his visit, the team presented the Duke of Cambridge with three adorable Cambridge Children’s Football Shirts. Each shirt has been personalized with their […]]]>

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Prince William visited the England women’s football team yesterday (June 15) ahead of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022, which takes place this summer.

To commemorate his visit, the team presented the Duke of Cambridge with three adorable Cambridge Children’s Football Shirts. Each shirt has been personalized with their name on the back and their age. Prince Louis is four, Princess Charlotte seven and Prince George eight.

The Duke joined the Lionesses at the National Football Center in St George’s Park to meet the team and learn more about their preparation for the upcoming event.

In footage from his visit, Prince William is seen chatting with the team and revealed that one of his own children has a special talent.

“Charlotte wanted me to tell you that she is very good in front of goal. She told me to tell you. I said okay, I’ll tell them that,” he told the Lionesses, before adding that Princess Charlotte was a potential “budding star of the future.”

In a post shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s social media page, Prince William said the England team are “already inspiring the next generation of women and girls to play football, reaping the benefits mental and physical activity”.

Looking ahead to the Euros this summer, he said: “A major tournament on home soil is an exciting prospect and it’s clear the players are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to show what they can do,” adding that “the whole nation will be cheering [the team] on!”

Prince William is the chairman of the English Football Association (FA) and has often been seen at matches. He even brought Prince George to a recent game.

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Prince William shines as he gives football shirts to Louis, George and Charlotte https://viajaralairelibre.com/prince-william-shines-as-he-gives-football-shirts-to-louis-george-and-charlotte/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 16:54:32 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/prince-william-shines-as-he-gives-football-shirts-to-louis-george-and-charlotte/ The Duke of Cambridge received the gifts for his three children during a trip to visit the Lionesses of England as they trained ahead of next month’s European Championships on home soil. Prince William smiles with the Lionesses of England squad at their training ground today ( Image: Getty Images) The Duke of Cambridge smiles […]]]>

The Duke of Cambridge received the gifts for his three children during a trip to visit the Lionesses of England as they trained ahead of next month’s European Championships on home soil.

Prince William smiles with the Lionesses of England squad at their training ground today

The Duke of Cambridge smiles as he holds up football shirts for his young children from the Lionesses of England ahead of next month’s home Euros.

Prince William, chairman of the Football Association, joined the squad as they trained ahead of the final squad announcement.

After standing on the sidelines with head coach Sarina Wiegman, the 39-year-old Aston Villa fan showed what he can do on the pitch as he was stuck with some of the team exercises.

After touring the team’s facilities at Burton upon Trent, he joined the players and staff for lunch.







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Then he was delighted when he was presented with shirts printed with the names and ages of his children to wear during the tournament, which kicks off on July 6 when England take on Austria at Old Trafford.

The Duke’s official Twitter account later said: “Wishing the @lionesses ahead of UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 this summer.

“A major tournament on home soil is an exciting prospect and it’s clear the players are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to show what they can do.”







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The current squad of 28 are expected to be reduced to 23 this afternoon at 5pm before the side play Belgium at Molineux tomorrow, with further warm-up matches against Holland at Elland Road and Switzerland in Zurich to follow .

The Duke’s smiles today were miles away from Monday when he cut a ‘stern and miserable figure’ at the Order of the Garter ceremony amid a row over his uncle Prince Andrew according to a body language expert.







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The Royals made a ‘family decision’ to limit Andrew’s dishonored appearance on Garter Day to a backstage luncheon and investiture ceremony.

As a result, Andrew was not seen in public at the event, one of the most colorful on the royal calendar, after Prince Charles and William is said to have pressured the Queen about his participation.







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It was later reported that William had warned he would withdraw from today’s ceremony if his disgraced uncle was allowed to attend.

William was said to have been “so alarmed” at the thought of Andrew taking part in the event, that he clarified that unless the Duke of York is barred from participating in public, he would not participate.

And according to body language expert Judi James, William seemed to almost hide and stay out of the spotlight during the event – and only perked up when he stood next to his wife kate and aunt Sophia Wessex.

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Giants wear fantastic football shirts to support Joc Pederson after Tommy Pham Slap | Launderer’s report https://viajaralairelibre.com/giants-wear-fantastic-football-shirts-to-support-joc-pederson-after-tommy-pham-slap-launderers-report/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/giants-wear-fantastic-football-shirts-to-support-joc-pederson-after-tommy-pham-slap-launderers-report/ Harrison Barden/Colorado Rockies/Getty Images The San Francisco Giants back Joc Pederson in his fantasy football fight with Tommy Pham. Giants players wore shirts defending Pederson’s view ahead of Monday’s game against the Kansas City Royals: Yates Estate @FieldYates I missed this yesterday: The Giants showed up to their game yesterday wearing shirts that said, “Fantasy […]]]>

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The San Francisco Giants back Joc Pederson in his fantasy football fight with Tommy Pham.

Giants players wore shirts defending Pederson’s view ahead of Monday’s game against the Kansas City Royals:

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I missed this yesterday: The Giants showed up to their game yesterday wearing shirts that said, “Fantasy Football 101: Hiding players on IR is not cheating.”

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Pederson was slap by Cincinnati Reds outfielder Tommy Pham before a game last month, with the altercation stemming from a fantasy football argument. Pederson later said that Pham accused him of cheating by placing a player who had been ruled out for the week in the injured reserve spot.

“I sent a screenshot of the rules, how it says if a player gets kicked out, you’re allowed to put them on IR and that’s all I was doing,” Pederson told reporters.

Pham was suspended three games for hitting Pederson.

When it comes to the fantasy football debate, managers need to do everything they can within the rules to help their teams win. But remember, try not to cut ties with the people you play with every year.

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Best Manchester United retro shirts 2022: The best classic football shirts the Red Devils have ever worn https://viajaralairelibre.com/best-manchester-united-retro-shirts-2022-the-best-classic-football-shirts-the-red-devils-have-ever-worn/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/best-manchester-united-retro-shirts-2022-the-best-classic-football-shirts-the-red-devils-have-ever-worn/ What are the best Manchester United retro shirts? Classic football shirts from the 60s? Since the debut of Sir Alex? Perhaps the splendor of the 2000s? There are so many choices. Retro shirts are, in the opinion of many fans, the best football shirts available. And of course Premier League teams and European giants are […]]]>

What are the best Manchester United retro shirts? Classic football shirts from the 60s? Since the debut of Sir Alex? Perhaps the splendor of the 2000s? There are so many choices.

Retro shirts are, in the opinion of many fans, the best football shirts available. And of course Premier League teams and European giants are releasing new shirts – heck, World Cup shirts and Women’s Euro tops are coming soon – but why not dive into the past when you looking to buy something new?

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England retro football shirts: The best England vintage shirts you can buy online https://viajaralairelibre.com/england-retro-football-shirts-the-best-england-vintage-shirts-you-can-buy-online/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 15:28:40 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/england-retro-football-shirts-the-best-england-vintage-shirts-you-can-buy-online/ Retro England football shirts are all the rage: Vintage England shirts are remade all the time and classic shirts still appear on Ebay. There are tons of fantastic retro shirts on the internet, so if you’re not feeling any of the best kits released this year, you might want to dive into the past. Especially […]]]>

Retro England football shirts are all the rage: Vintage England shirts are remade all the time and classic shirts still appear on Ebay.

There are tons of fantastic retro shirts on the internet, so if you’re not feeling any of the best kits released this year, you might want to dive into the past. Especially since international kits are already down for Women’s Euro 2022 and the 2022 World Cup – not to mention the Premier League and European tops for 2022.

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Top 10 best football shirts for the 2021/22 season https://viajaralairelibre.com/top-10-best-football-shirts-for-the-2021-22-season/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 16:23:45 +0000 https://viajaralairelibre.com/top-10-best-football-shirts-for-the-2021-22-season/ Football shirts are a vessel for diehard fans to display a passion for their club and for football fans around the world to immerse themselves in football shirt culture. With the 2021/22 season behind us, we can take a look at the world’s best football shirts released over the past 12 months. 10. Man City […]]]>

Football shirts are a vessel for diehard fans to display a passion for their club and for football fans around the world to immerse themselves in football shirt culture.

With the 2021/22 season behind us, we can take a look at the world’s best football shirts released over the past 12 months.

10. Man City Away Shirt

Manchester City have an excellent recent record of producing eye-catching away shirts and their 2021/22 effort has been no different. The shirt was launched as part of a clean water initiative and the water droplet theme runs throughout the design. What attracts the most attention are the iridescent details on the badge and the logos of the sponsors. Bonus points are earned for consistency of theme between sleeve and front shirt sponsors.

9. Inter Milan home shirt

2021 marked the end of the legendary Inter Milan x Pirelli sponsorship deal with the takeover of fan token distributor Socios.com, but there was little time to remember as Nike produced one of its standout kits. of the season. Pixelated navy blue and black come together to form the legendary Nerazzuri stripes, creating a perfect ode to the snake, a symbol linked to the history of Milan and the club.

8. Venezia FC, fourth shirt

Venezia FC were far from a household name when they clinched promotion to Serie A through the play-offs in early 2021, but football shirt fanatics will know they’re a club with a history of producing good looks. jerseys. Kappa’s efforts for the club’s long-awaited top-flight return were so astounding that the club became a social media sensation across the globe. Their four 2021/22 kits could claim a place on this list, but the red, black and gold of the fourth kit exude elegance and class and earn their place in the top ten.

7. Paris Saint-Germain, home shirt

The PSG x Air Jordan collaborations have become nothing short of iconic and in 2021/22 PSG have produced one of their finest home kits in recent memory. White and red collars are a thing of beauty and are ubiquitous on the jersey and shorts, while the Jumpman logo sets the PSG collections apart from any other jersey produced by Nike. Some claim that PSG is a fashion brand first and a football club second – either way, they make great shirts.

6. Ajax, third shirt

Ajax celebrated their connection with Bob Marley and his legendary song ‘Three Little Birds’ this season with their stunning third shirt. The song has been a club anthem ever since it was adopted after a friendly with Cardiff in 2008. The shirt sold out immediately, but Ajax would never play in the original shirt design after UEFA forced to remove the three birds on the collar to comply with equipment regulations.

5. Arsenal, third shirt

Arsenal have led the way in Premier League kit design since switching from Puma to Adidas and their 2021/22 third shirt could be the pinnacle of their partnership. The design is an ode to the club’s 1995/96 away shirt with the lightning bolt design taken from the original to create the motif for the 2021/22 third shirt. The gritty blue coloring is a throwback to ’90s style and culture and completes a memorable effort from Adidas.

4. FC Nordsjaelland away shirt

It may be the least notorious of the shirts on this list, but Danish Superliga side FC Nordsjaelland have produced an absolute stopper of an away shirt. Particular praise is deserved for the integration of the DHL red and yellow color scheme into the shirt. The club modernized their badge in 2019 with the New Effort detail present in three vertical stripes.

3. Atletico Mineiro, away shirt

Le Coq Sportif has a rich history in producing football shirts and they remain relevant in 2022 thanks to this stunning Atletico Mineiro away shirt. The shirt was actually designed by fan Lucas Adriano and features a detailed map of the club’s home state, Minas Gerais. The handwritten club name and club motto “Uma Vez Ate Morrer” (Until I Die) above the Le Coq Sportif logo adds an extra touch of class.

2. Venezia FC, home shirt

Europe’s most stylish club may feel aggrieved for not taking the top spot on this list. The Venezia 2021/22 home shirt will go down as one of the best shirts of the past decade, and for good reason. The detailing on this shirt is stunning and draws inspiration from centuries of Venetian culture present throughout the shirt, most notably through the stars of St. Mark’s Basilica, arranged in a V-shape. Kappa’s incredible effort represents the glamor and prestige of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

1. AIK Royal Edition Jersey

AIK have extended the royal blue from the club crest to the jersey for the first time this year for the extremely limited launch of the Royal Edition jersey. The shirt belongs in a museum, not a football pitch, with an ornate Stockholm map on the chest and the club badge raised, embroidered and covered in thick blue velour. There is even a special Nike logo present on the shirt. Only 131 replicas of the jersey have been produced by Nike, with all proceeds going to help underprivileged children in Stockholm play football.

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