5 responses

  1. Ben

    I stopped buying after the 2010-2011 season due to the materials used rather than the price.

  2. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin

    Whatever be the case and if the material used in producing the Arsenal replica home or away shirt is of approved standard quality conforming to the Standard Organization Quality Control, my own take on this issue is all Arsenal fans more especially the Arsenal match attendees should buy the shirt to give their own quota to Arsenal revenue generation. But having said this, I think I’ll be better if the proceeds from the sales of the replica shirt is set aside to boost incoming transfers differently into an account different from the club’s main revenue generation account of: match ticket sales, TV money payout income, naming right and sponsorship. Which is mainly used for capital project, signing of new players, personnel salary payments and overhead running cost at the club. Out of which Stan Kroenke will take some out as his profit for his investment in the club.

  3. Brickfields Gunners

    I am the proud owner of the 1971-72 replica jersey bought at the club store by my son , that I’ve still yet to use .
    Maybe I’d use it in celebration when we do another double !

  4. The Kitman

    Unfortunately prices have gone up but quality has gone down. Football shirts in the past were unique, today they seem bland compared to the 90’s shirts.

  5. Jammy

    How much do you get paid by betting.net to post articles like this? What makes it even more insidious is the way in which you try to present them as a genuine article, when in reality it’s nothing more than a gambling advertisement.

Back to top