Ridiculous - This Is What Happened When An Ex Spurs Ladies Player Bought A Fake Football Kit

Monday, 1 June 2020
Some weeks ago, we reported about a new online store that is selling new and old iconic counterfeit football kits. Now another example of what can happen when getting a fake soccer jersey was shared by former Tottenham Ladies player Lorraine Ashard.

Red Color of Fake England 1990-1992 Home Kit Crest Flows Away

The fake Umbro England '90 World Cup home kit looks authentic at first glance. However, when the buyer of the kit hand-washed! it, the red color of the England crest flow away. The kit was practically destroyed.

Other parts of the fake England 1990 World Cup are also wrong, as confirmed by Umbro. The Umbro lettering is false, the Umbro tag in the collar is false, the collar itself is false...

Fake vs real


An authentic Umbro England 1990 World Cup home jersey is available for 200 GBP at Classic Football Shirts.

Authentic jersey

Lorraine Ashard, the buyer of the kit, did not know that she would get a fake when she paid 72 GBP for the kit, she said on Twitter.

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