RoM are running another competition with some goodies up for grabs. The first prize is a Newton Heath style t-shirt and the runner up will receive a GO Glazer Out card and whistle from the MUST organised protest against Sunderland.
In which year did our club change its name from Newton Heath to Manchester United?
Send your answer, along with your name and address, to: email@example.com
Elevens are a new range of t-shirts from London based designer James Greenfield. Celebrating hypothetical all-time best XI’s of various football clubs and countries, they have been conceived as a cult alternative to the replica strip. The shirts are printed on heavy cotton Gildan shirts in the UK. Their design owes a debt of inspiration to the fan forums and pundits who regularly debate their respective clubs all-time, dream line-ups.
New in are a Manchester United and Newton Heath all time XI. A donation of £5 from each Newton Heath shirt will go directly to the MUST campaign.
Also released are two England shirts in time for the World Cup. The home strip features a dream team England all time XI, an almost impossible task to pick and sure to cause some debate. The away version features the famous team that lifted the Jules Rimet in 1966. Here’s hoping they repeat it this year, of course if you’re English.
All shirts are $25/£16 and can be bought directly from Gradiate.
Made in Manchester is available for just £5. It includes 30 articles from the country's best football writers about graduates from the Manchester United academy. Everyone who buys a copy enters a competition to win the new home shirt. All profit goes to Trafford Macmillan so please support this fantastic cause.