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Saw this earlier, tempted to get me a shirt.... last home shirt I bought was the Rover & MG home & away shirts from about 2004 using saved up pocket money haha..... still got them now somewhere with the LDV & AST computers kits :P

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Saw this earlier, tempted to get me a shirt.... last home shirt I bought was the Rover & MG home & away shirts from about 2004 using saved up pocket money haha..... still got them now somewhere with the LDV & AST computers kits :P

If you can wait another month sportsdirect will be selling them for £15

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Saw this earlier, tempted to get me a shirt.... last home shirt I bought was the Rover & MG home & away shirts from about 2004 using saved up pocket money haha..... still got them now somewhere with the LDV & AST computers kits :P

If you can wait another month sportsdirect will be selling them for £15

And the money goes to Newcastle not Aston Villa.

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Saw this earlier, tempted to get me a shirt.... last home shirt I bought was the Rover & MG home & away shirts from about 2004 using saved up pocket money haha..... still got them now somewhere with the LDV & AST computers kits :P

If you can wait another month sportsdirect will be selling them for £15

And the money goes to Newcastle not Aston Villa.

 

 

At least they'd probably invest it in some decent players!

 

Is this sports direct thing definately true? If so, then I can indeed wait another month haha.

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Anyone know how this year's kits compare to the Nike ones from 2011-12 in terms of size?

 

Macron make things in European sizes. It depends on how you want it to fit I guess, but the general rule with EU sizing is to go one size above your regular UK size i.e. get an XL if you're normally a Large. If you want it slightly 'baggier' or not as clingy to your skin I'd recommend going two sizes up.

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Anyone know how this year's kits compare to the Nike ones from 2011-12 in terms of size?

 

Macron make things in European sizes. It depends on how you want it to fit I guess, but the general rule with EU sizing is to go one size above your regular UK size i.e. get an XL if you're normally a Large. If you want it slightly 'baggier' or not as clingy to your skin I'd recommend going two sizes up.

Ok, thanks for the advice.

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