Have searched the internet but I'm struggling to get one of these in size 11-12. It's for my nephew and we're on the verge of turning him to Rangers away from the dark side that is Man Utd (his Dad's from Manchester).
For some reason he wants last year's kit, but I'm not arguing.
Would be nice if we lived in a world where LGBT didn't need special support and weren't discriminated against but until then this is another great move by our club. Never hurts to listen, learn and chat and if this facilitates that then it can only be a good thing.
Personally, I think that a sports and politics are inseparable and, though I wouldn't admire Legia's far-right violent tendencies, there's something admirable about this. I just can't decide if it's misguided or not.
This is a truly awful trailer, but it's a great film. Joyous and evocative, then dark. As you'd expect from Chris Menges, cinematographer on 'The Mission' and Director here, it's visually stunning. Add in superb music, a gripping story and fine acting from many names on the up and it's a cracking bit of cinema.
Every bit as good, I would suggest, as Attenborough's more celebrated 'Cry Freedom'. Perhaps better.
5-4 up on aggregate thanks to a shocking dive to win a peno.
Then they show their knucklehead credentials and start abusing a substitute who gets riled up and tears them apart. he equalises and a full twenty seconds before the end of the 93rd minute they concede from a corner!
Yesterday, my Godson was part of an elite Under-13's reporting for a training session in Dublin with Rangers coaches. They've been scouted and coached by a few clubs now but Rangers were very impressive apparently and they're mixing it in Ireland now with Man. City and Ch****a, among others.