Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Got my new Malaysia home shirt by Nike yesterday for RM 259 ! Pricey unnecessarily! Got it printed with Hairuddin Omar's name and his usual number 20. The Asean Cup patch was also done up by the official name/number/patch maker, Qlinesports in Pertama Complex.

To the Philippines team, Salamad Po!! for holding Myanmar and allowing us thru to the Semifinal


Sunday, January 14, 2007

This is the current home shirt for the KL Plus FC, a local team competing in the Malaysian Premier League. The team is backed by the big local highways/expressways operator company in Malaysia, Plus.

The shirt's make is Kappa but apparently the bosses at KL Plus FC wanted their Plus name prominently on the shirt and have asked for no Kappa logo anywhere! Can you believe that??

Anyway, I got one piece for my keep.

Looks like Reading's :)


Saturday, January 13, 2007

Hey, Malaysia finally ditched Adidas and opted for Nike as its new national team jersey supplier.

The new design follows the current Nike standard template. First worn just yesterday in the AFF Cup in Bangkok where Malaysia trounced Phillipines 4-0 in the opening match.

Come on Malaysia! Just do it ..

Hola, please click this button below to go to the Yahoo Photos page where I display all my soccer shirts .. any problem, just buzz me, ok. Cheers

Welcome to my soccer shirts web site ...

Thanks for dropping by. At present, I think I have around 800 shirts in my collection, and er..growing.I am a believer that soccer (football) shirts are unique in that they represent values, pride, history & the community surrounding the teams they represent.

So, in our own unique way, let's all continue with this passion of shirts-collecting that has proven to bring the world closer together.

Cheers :)

Hakim Amir