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COMPETITION: Win An Old Shirt For The Kids

Continuing on with our ‘Dig out your old shirts‘ campaign we’re now giving away a shirt for the kids. Your little ‘un will look the bees knees in this kit. This popular shirt originated on the training ground but became our third kit for between 1998-2000.

To win this shirt, tell us who the youngest player to ever play for our first team is and their age.

E-mail your answers, including full name and address, to Winners will be asked to send in a photo wearing the shirt which may be used on the blog, so if you don’t want to do this, don’t enter.

We are also currently holding a competition for the Liverpool game, where you are encouraged to wear your old shirt for the game and take a picture, whether you’re going to Old Trafford or not. Read more.

Anthony Woodley, one of the winners over the summer, has got in touch with a picture of himself wearing the prize.

About Scott

Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

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  1. willierednut says:

    Of topic, Jonny Evans out for Northern Ireland, he picked up an injury.

  2. theboogeyman says:

    willie- Really? Fuck let’s hope he can recover within 2 weeks.

  3. ancha says:

    hope he recovers soon! we need him for the everton game…
    even though Rio played 45 mins of reserves…i dont think he willl be ready for goodison park

  4. dela says:

    Off topic, Chris Smalling has been quite impressive for England U-21 tonight. It’s odd why the lad barely got any playing time at Fulham.

  5. ancha says:

    thats difference in playing for U21s and in premier of the toughest leagues physically…

  6. Giggsys chest wig says:

    Given the aim is to have people in Old Trafford wearing them, why are all the winners from overseas?

  7. Scott the Red says:

    Giggsy chest wig – I think you missed the point. The aim is to promote the idea of not buying the latest strip. As you will know, there are millions of fans who don’t go to Old Trafford who buy the shirt.


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