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Manchester United unveils new uniform with giant Chevrolet logo
CBS Sports ^
| July 7, 2014
| Evan Hilbert
Posted on 07/08/2014 8:09:03 AM PDT by C19fan
Manchester United, along with several English Premier League teams, unveiled its uniform for the 2014-15 season. It's your typical Man U look, with a Nike swoosh and crest on the front.
There is something slightly different. Ah yes, a bit of white in the collar. That's it. Oh and a giant Chevrolet logo. That's also new.
(Excerpt) Read more at cbssports.com ...
KEYWORDS: chevrolet; gm; manchester; soccer
If you read the article GM will stop selling Chevrolet branded cars in Europe in 2015.
posted on 07/08/2014 8:09:03 AM PDT
Can’t wait to get one of these jerseys. The juxtaposition is fantastic. On the other hand, I’ve always wanted a Man U/AIG (of financial meltdown fame) jersey as well. The Aon jerseys were gay.
posted on 07/08/2014 8:13:39 AM PDT
Some cross branding/marketing just doesn’t fit, like the Merkur XR4Ti.
posted on 07/08/2014 8:19:20 AM PDT
Does this mean that Manchester United has defective ignition switches?
Will they be recalled?
Does anyone really give a smelly Obama?
posted on 07/08/2014 8:43:02 AM PDT
by Da Coyote
Chevy logo on the front, recall notice printed on the back.
posted on 07/08/2014 9:17:31 AM PDT
by Veggie Todd
(The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. TJ)
To: Da Coyote
They go along at speed and just cut out.
posted on 07/08/2014 9:24:59 AM PDT
(The warmth and goodness of Gaia is a nuclear reactor in the Earth's core that burns Thorium)
So we bailed out ManU?
At least they are mostly American owned (Glazer family, who owns NFL Tampa Bay Bucs...owns majority of team)
posted on 07/08/2014 10:58:28 AM PDT
(I Voted, In Mississippi...so can every other American)
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