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New Tottenham 24-25 Kits

Finchyid

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I’m over 30.
I buy and wear a replica shirt and I won’t ever apologise or give a damn what people think of it. I enjoy wearing my colours

If it’s triggering to someone, that’s their problem

I am only young (49 this year), get a new shirt every year and not ashamed to wear. Its just annoying they never bring out the kits before the summer starts
 

mil1lion

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I'm sure those who are proper grown men and don't wear a football shirt wear really cool shirts instead. Nothing wrong with wearing the shirt. Putting your name and a number on the back though makes you a sad twat :cautious: You're not in the team Dave, you had trials with Chelsea but your knee injury stopped you making it big.
 

mr ashley

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I'm sure those who are proper grown men and don't wear a football shirt wear really cool shirts instead. Nothing wrong with wearing the shirt. Putting your name and a number on the back though makes you a sad twat :cautious: You're not in the team Dave, you had trials with Chelsea but your knee injury stopped you making it big.
If I had a pound for everyone that told me they’d had trials at chelsea when they were younger I’d be a millionaire
 

Tiberius Gracchus

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Haven't bought a new home shirt since 2008 (I got Hutton 28 on the back, as a dare) - not liked any of them since, including this one.

But we've had some nice away shirts over the years and I love the retro shirts that the club do (and some of their licencee partners). Got the 1994 home shirt arriving today as it happens, and already own several other retro ones - just prefer the style
 

mattspur1

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Thought I'd share images of my new purchases from a well known Chinese website. These are the fan version however they do also sell the player (elite) version , they don fit me though cos I'm 48 with man boobs. 👍
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mr ashley

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Been buying them for a few years now. They tend to last about a season before the AIA or the badge start to show signs of wear. TBH for a tenner each, I'll take that.
Agreed. We’ve had some for the kids this season and last. it’s still cheaper to buy two than it is to buy an official one
 

Dave1882

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I'm sure those who are proper grown men and don't wear a football shirt wear really cool shirts instead. Nothing wrong with wearing the shirt. Putting your name and a number on the back though makes you a sad twat :cautious: You're not in the team Dave, you had trials with Chelsea but your knee injury stopped you making it big.

I wear mostly All Saints or Beavertown shirts to games 😎
 

dovahkiin

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Tottenham Hotspur is in the market for a new sleeve sponsor after online car retailer Cinch opted not to extend its deal with the club, continuing a retrenchment that has also seen the brand decide on an early exit from its five-year title deal with the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL).
 

ukdy

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Tottenham Hotspur is in the market for a new sleeve sponsor after online car retailer Cinch opted not to extend its deal with the club, continuing a retrenchment that has also seen the brand decide on an early exit from its five-year title deal with the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL).
Unconfirmed.. but isn't the replacement going to be BetMGM?
 

Coolpudge

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Unconfirmed.. but isn't the replacement going to be BetMGM?
I thought Spurs had made a point recently in the past about not having gambling sponsorships on their kit.

However I may have made that up. 🤪
 
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