Saturday is the first day on which the Liverpool Football Club's collaboration with Nike is a reality. It is celebrated with a new spillertrøje, which is just as simple as it is red.
It has spawned both positive and negative comments, as such things always do.
The same, the price: 70 pound – equivalent to 579 dollars at the time of writing.
And then there is the waiting time. Of course, there is a demand from the many fans around the world, that will have fat in the jersey, as the defending champions of England, Europe and even the whole world must play in the upcoming season.
the game was the Saturday morning that there was a whole hour of waiting on the club's website – just to get in to buy it.
It reminds about the need to see how much money you have left in the tax – or the need to try the new donuts on Vesterbrogade in Copenhagen.
How many often go disappointed from Skat's website - and maybe also donut-shop - is it as written, not all of them cheering and dancing over the design and price of the LFC-shirt.
This is the first season ever that I won't be buying any Liverpool shirt, all 3 are complete shit and £70 for the fake looking one @nike can absolutely fuck right off. Disgrace— NeilYNWA1892 (@NYnwa1892) August 1, 2020
Whats happening out there? All teams are determined to wear the horrible shirts ... Madrid, United and now Liverpool https://t.co/elttdm98QF— Thɘ çap gùy (@DerrickTM) August 1, 2020
It's £15 more expensive than last season. Between ticket prices, trying to trademark 'Liverpool' and these shirts now, the club has continually improves been pricing out the fans on lower incomes, whether intentional or not.— FatheadJordan (@Fathead_Jordan) August 1, 2020
Liverpool FC won earlier in the summer the English championship for the first time in 30 years - and embarks on the next season 12. september.
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