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Old 11-12-2012, 04:22 AM   #1091 (permalink)
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Soccer shirts? The example I was using was from the Aston Villa club shop, it was less than $100 shipping included. At the time current shirts here were around $120.
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:36 AM   #1092 (permalink)
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Yeah the football/soccer playing kits for the A-League cost $110 with it costing an extra $40 to get them personalised. And that's through the club! Members get 10% discount but that still comes to $135 for an official shirt.

I'm pretty sure the official Wallabies shirts start from about $130 too
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:33 AM   #1093 (permalink)
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Wallabies jumpers are $150. Not that their current performances warrant that expenditure.

If I bought a Wigan Warriors jersey in store, it would cost $130. If I buy it online, through their shop, I can get it personalised and shipped for $110.
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:48 AM   #1094 (permalink)
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Wow wee. A footy shirt with printing generally costs £55 or what would be $83 from the high street stores. Without printing it would generally be £40 & £50, $60-$76. That's in club shops too. Shipping is a bitch.

The AFL jumpers that cost $120 come to £78. That's without printing. A plan football shirt over here is nearly half that. It's crazy.

If you're looking for cheap footy shirts though, [IMG]use this[/IMG]. Cheap as chips and top quality too.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:30 AM   #1095 (permalink)
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The West Adelaide Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of Travis Tuck.

Travis played 20 games for Hawthorn between 2006 and 2010 and has played for Werribee (VFL) over the last 2 seasons. As a big bodied aggressive midfielder, Travis is a welcome addition to our midfield and his aerial strength and goal kicking capacity makes him a highly valued member of our evolving playing group.

The West Adelaide Football Club has worked with Travis and his supportive family and friends in understanding some of the issues that plagued Travis two years ago. We are confident that with continued support we can enhance Travis’ fierce determination to earn another opportunity at AFL level, while at the same time assisting the Bloods in going one step further in our quest for the 2013 flag.
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The AFL has thrown the book at Adelaide Football Club and Kurt Tippett after a hearing into charges regarding salary cap breaches and draft tampering.

AFL commission chairman Mike Fitzpatrick made the announcement saying the commission wanted to send a message to the AFL community.

Tippett was handed a 22-game ban but 11 of those games will be suspended for the next five years. He was also suspended from competing in the pre-season competition and fined $50,000.

The homeless key forward released a statement saying he was disappointed his trust had been taken advantage of.

"I trusted the Adelaide Football Club and for the duration of my contract I did my utmost for the club on and off the field. It is bitterly disappointing, then, to learn that my trust and best endeavours have been to my substantial detriment," he said.

"I pleaded guilty to the two charges on advice without any admission of liability and despite being assured there were valid defences available to me in respect to both charges.

"I am glad that this matter is now finalised and I look forward to moving on and playing football."

His former employers, Adelaide Crows were fined $300,000 and banned from the first two rounds of the 2013 draft.

Crows chief executive Steven Trigg was fined $50,000 and banned from football activities - including attending AFL games - for 12 months, six months of which is suspended for 5 years.

Former Crows football operations manager John Reid was also banned for 12 months, six months of which is suspended for five years. Reid's replacement, Crows current football operations manager, Phil Harper was banned for two months with a four month suspended sentence.

The Crows had already withdrawn its first two picks in the recent draft, saving it from further sanctions.

Fitzpatrick commended the Crows on their co-operation during the investigation but such transgressions could not be tolerated.

"There can be no room in our game to breach our rules," he said.
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