- Mar 8, 2016
It looks like Picasso's vomit..
if anyone pays £60 for the vapor shorts they must have a screw loosePretty much to dampen one's enthusiasm, but the article is right on the money.
If you are willing to go to court in order to get a sponsorship deal over the line, then it better be worth it. And in the case of Liverpool’s agreement with Nike, which finally began on August 1 after a coronavirus-induced delay, the early signs are that it was. The American sportswear giant is...www.standard.co.uk
which multibillion dollar corporation does then?I don't know. I have always just hated Nike as a company, from the sweat shops in Asia to just how the damn logo looks. I guess I have to buy their stuff now since they are supporting us. Just doesn't feel like a good match for a club with working class roots.
So LeBron has sent out some specially boxed kits to some high profile sports stars in the US.
Sad times for you palHad to pop to sports soccer as I was out and my shorts had ripped.
Went to nike section and pocked up a red pair of Nike dri fit shorts for £7.50. Took them over to the lfc kit and held them up to the lfc shorts...bar the kfc badge there's mo difference and they were going for about £30-35.
Bought the £7.50 ones.