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COMPETITION: Win an RoM T-shirt

The people at Clothes2Order, based in Trafford Park, have created some RoM t-shirts and poloshirts. Currently, only five of these exist.

If you would like to get your hands on one of them simply e-mail the link to your favourite ever RoM article to: republik_of_mancunia_competition[at] with your full name, address and shirt size. Make “RoM T-shirt” the subject of the e-mail.

There is the possibility of these being available to buy at some stage. If you would be interested in buying one, please say so in the comments below.

To mark the anniversary of United winning the Treble with a team that had academy products at the core, Made in Manchester is available for just £3 for today only. Some of the best football writers take a player each, from Sir Bobby Charlton to Ryan Giggs, George Best to David Beckham, Duncan Edwards to Paul Scholes, and many more, with 30 articles in total. All profit goes to Trafford Macmillan so please support this fantastic cause.

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. Migi costa says:


  2. Big Red Dave says:

    Would love to buy one, not in white though scott. Get a variety of colours on the go lad

  3. DreadedRed says:

    RoM’s attention to the Suarez/Evra debacle was exemplary. Scott the Red’s poignant review of der racist bastard’s disgraceful refusal to accept our Captain’s hand after attacking him with racist taunts, was a timely reveal of the truth behind the smokescreens. Top quality journalism.

    p.s. Yes, I would be interested in buying these RoM shirts should they become available.

  4. mansuy united says:

    No offense but I don’t even want one of these for free…

  5. Dela says:

    Lol, i really mean no offence, but the fist, reminds me too much of this —>

    In fact, the symbol of the fist, especially around red colours, really I think will be interpreted as having a political motive than a footie motive :-)


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