How the 2010-2011 Premiership Season Will Affect Online Football Shirt Sales
The recent South African World Cup misery is not too far behind us but it couldn’t be soon enough for the hordes of England followers that suffered the pain of watching their beloved team get knocked out of the competition with a shameful defeat at the hands of the German side. But with the 2010/2011 Premier League season already https://www.ufabet123.com/ufabet/ underway this year’s campaign could be one of the finest in recent history and could be more than enough to lift the spirits of English football fans at home and throughout the globe. Chelsea and Man united are still this seasons teams and it looks like there are more teams capable of doing so.
Arsenal and Liverpool have had a consistent history of finishing in the top four but now it looks it seems that Tottenham and now Manchester City are becoming a force to be reckoned with. Around 130 million quid was spent by City throughout the off season and so the manager Roberto Mancini strongly recons his team are able to overcome the competition and become Premier League winners. These favourable Premier League squads will certainly have massive shirt sales throughout the 2010/2011 Premier League period with their developing reputation.
Premiership football shirts sales will certainly be affected over the course of this season’s competition due to the amount of changes. Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres Liverpool football kits were the best selling Premier League shirts last season followed by Wayne Rooney’s Manchester United football shirts and Cesc Fabregas’ Arsenal shirt in that order. Football shirt retailer’s sales will also be see changes due to some of the prominent teams’ kits being altered.
Manchester United and Liverpool kits have both altered now they have brand new sponsors. The familiar Carlsberg logo on the Liverpool kit has now been changed for Standard Chartered and the main sponsor for which used to be AIG has been replaced with a new sponsor AON. Manchester United’s home football kit hasn’t changed and still displays their original red colours but when their playing away from Old Trafford the team will be wearing white coloured shirts with black and red detail on the sleeves. Chelsea’s black away kit is now sporting some orange stripes and Arsenal will carry on wearing their famous white and red kit this time when playing at their home ground the Emirates stadium but will be sporting the canary yellow strip when they play away from home.
Cesc Fabregas forthcoming exit to Barcelona has frequently made the news headlines and his football top is expected to be the best selling shirt of the 2010/2011 season. And bearing in mind his pop popularity at his London club, Cesc Fabregas Arsenal shirt could also be the best selling shirt for the end of this season. But one thing is for sure, with all these changes in place this year looks to be one of the most successful years up to now for online football shirts sales for old and new football kits.