Thousands of European Super League soccer jerseys on sale for £ 2 after plot collapse
EXCLUSIVE: It’s less of a “new era” more of a “new mistake” as the official football shirts in the colors of Premier League giants Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, destined for sale for Â£ 29.99, are thrown in the bargain bin
A marketing target against his side has seen thousands of European Super League soccer jerseys go on sale for just Â£ 2.
The official jerseys – in the colors of the six England teams that signed up for the ill-fated competition – were to be sold for Â£ 29.99.
On Saturday, they’ll put in the bargain basket with a whopping 93% discount.
More than 70,000 ‘new era’ jerseys, which sport the traditional colors of Premier League giants Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, were destined for a well-known sports store before the cap not be without ceremony. fired on the competition following the fury of the fans.
This means that the merchandise is now as inaccurate as it is worthless.
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They were picked up by Poole-based Wholesale Clearance UK who believe they could eventually become collectibles.
A spokesperson said: âWe have been tasked with the challenge of finding buyers for football shirts promoting the European Super League.
âUnless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few days, it was created and then dissolved within two days.
âWith this in mind, we have an exclusive unique offer.
âA ‘new era’, the jerseys say, but now the Super League has been sidelined, these are the worst 48 hour limited edition time capsules for any football fan.
“So if you want to be the proud owner of one of these shirts to remind yourself of how terrible owners always are, now is your chance.”
Wholesale Clearance UK has 72,000 shirts arriving in a 40ft container.
In one of the loudest grassroots rebellions on record, the European Super League plan was announced on Sunday night, but collapsed after clubs were forced to step down and issue public apologies to the protests .
The announcement saw fans burning shirts and waving placards outside stadiums and prompted unprecedented public statements from Football Association President Prince William and Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemning the move.
The 15 clubs that secretly signed up for the breakaway competition were AC Milan, Internazionale and Juventus of Italy, Atletico Madrid of Spain, Barcelona and Real Madrid, as well as the English contingent. .
The Wholesale Clearance UK spokesperson added: “They would also make a good gift for friends who support a top six or, if you just want to buy it to burn it on arrival, our offer can also help. “