Unlike the home and away kits, the back of the shirt is plain. It’s plain red, very little white and the badge looks like it has been stitched on at the very end and is also a similar size to the Nike logo. It looks like a ‘soccer’ fan at Nike has taken the Champions League victory in Moscow as the influence for this away kit, which more than resembles the Russian national team’s shirt. This superb Real Madrid shirt was personally signed by Los Blancos legend and global megastar Cristiano Ronaldo during a recent private signing session. Wearing this traditional green goalkeeper shirt, the Dutch legend played with the Number 19 squad number; Tim Howard keeping the number 1 jersey. Not to worry though, they’ll only be wearing it for one year and with the 2009 Final being in Rome, what’s the odds on it being replaced with a blue and white Italian style top. Liverpool boss Klopp now favourite with bookies to be the next Premier League boss to go after he was blindsided by Super League announcement before being left to face the cameras as American owners stay quiet. The organisers of that boycott will allow themselves a sly smile now the new AIG sponsored United shirt has out dated the Vodaphone one.
SOCCER – Vinnie Jones of Wales jokes during a European Championships qualifying match against Germany in Duesseldorf, which ended 1-1 after Germany’s Heiko Herrlich cancelled out Dean Saunders’ early strike. These soccer superstars have helped Madrid blow past opponents scoring at an unreal rate. Taking into consideration that every country has its own football kit when their players are out on the football field, their fans have the opportunity to opt for a World Cup jersey style. Elsewhere, Juve strengthened in defence with Mattia De Sciglio to replace outgoing right back Alves, while they also splashed out £27m on PSG midfielder Blaise Matuidi. You are invited to check out the following website in order to find out more useful information about these amazing Real Madrid Football shirts that can be bought at quite reasonable prices. Following the announcement Vodaphone were terminating their sponsorship of United 2 years early, the Glazers desperately went in search of a new shirt sponsor. Sales were also down on previous years with United’s lack of success on the field and David Beckham moving to Real Madrid, who as a result overtook United in shirt sales. New signing Edwin Van der Saar replaced Tim Howard as United’s first choice goalkeeper for the disappointing 2005-06 season.
Like the home kit, the new Manchester United away shirt is a limited edition, one year only design and sees a welcome return to United’s traditional change colours of white and black. The new 2003-05 Manchester United away kit saw a return to the classy all black colours after the players had voted the 1993 away kit as their favourite of all time. 1968 European Cup influenced third strip dons the all blue colours of that triumphant night at Wembley against Benfica. The club crest is surrounded by the words ‘May 29th 1968 – 40th Anniversary’. As with all the Nike Euro 2004 jerseys, the club crest was centrally located below the neck. Nike has also released a woman’s top in a similar design. To mark the occasion, United wore a replica kit similar to one the Busby Babes wore (a 1950’s design). Manchester City wore their normal kit although their sponsor was removed from the shirt.
On the back of the shirt is a white line at the top and at the bottom. Lionel Messi (bottom left), Gerard Pique (top, third from left) and Cesc Fabregas (top, second from right). Very similar to the outfield players’ red top, however, the goalkeeper top has the extra feature of a white rim over the shoulders which gives the shirt more chartacter than the red jersey. It’s a shirt you’ll probably love or hate. Released for just one season, Manchester United and Nike have produced a basic red home shirt. This jersey comes in five sizes, which have a tiny difference: they’re a smaller fit. Released for just one season, Manchester United and Nike have produced a basic black away shirt. Hardly ever seen, this change goalkeeper jersey was worn by Roy Carroll and Tim Howard when the first choice black keeper shirt clashed with the referee or the opposition. It was the first Champions League-winning kit of the Cristiano Ronaldo era. In an era where the sponsor’s logo dominates, the 2004-06 Manchester United home shirt, designed by Nike, wasn’t a popular one with fans.