July 27, 2009

The message is in the football shirt

Do you know that the colour of a football shirt can reveal the state of a football club? Yes, a football shirt can reveal the state of a football club and I have played some experimental games to prove it. Take one experimental game as an example, AKA, Newcastle United. This club has produced some rubbish looking banana-striped football shirt and no fan even wants to buy it. Wearing THIS shirt, Newcastle was heavily beaten by little known Leyton Orient during the weekend. Below are some other discoveries about football shirts. The colour is in BOLD and the explanation then follows.


Super-hot and is on fire. Expect sparks to fly. Also expect some red/yellow cards to be dished out and some pizza-throwing if the match gets to boiling point.


Oh, a complete opposite of red. Cool, calm and sexy, expect a good game.


Call the fashion police! Don't expect to win anything in a yellowy shirt.


Looks very clean. Expect a great game.


Nice colour. Expect to see some Tangoing. Don't expect to win anything in an orange shirt. Orange is a colour of peace.


Watch this space! There is a dark horse somewhere.


Who wears green (Sorry, this sounds terrible)? Anyway, green is a good colour. Sadly, it's rare and it is an endangered species. Let's go green!!

Football shirts can be fun! What does your football shirt reveal about the state of your football club or maybe even you??

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  1. Amrita


    30 Jul 2009, 13:01

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