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After many sleepless nights and much deliberation, the drunks Paisley Gates crew can finally announce the winner of our ugliest shirt contest sponsored by Soccerpro.com. This corking hawaiian number stood out head and shoulders, pun obviously intended, above the rest and the ghastly combinations of blue and white really lit this puppy up. Thankfully, our friend here doesn’t have to keep rockin’ this throwback piece of Belushi-wear now that he’s got a brand new Liverpool home shirt on its way. Svelete? He certainly will be.

Mandatory props to everyone who took two seconds out of their busy day to have a punt at winning some free swag. Of course, a special shout out goes to our sponsor: the gracious, good humoured peeps at SoccerPro.com who made sure we can afford to get another round in the next time we hit the pub.

 

  • Gano1

    Special business zone status considered for Liverpool FC and Everton FC Football Quarter proposals
    by Luke Traynor, The Liverpool PostApr 5 2012
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    Stanley Park, sitting amid Anfield and Goodison A FOOTBALL Quarter to harness the worldwide appeal of Liverpool FC and Everton FC could win special city status.Council bosses have discussed the feasibility of unveiling a designated Business Improvement District for the proposed 40-acre zone in Stanley Park between the two stadiums.Everton fans group Keep Everton In Our City (KEIOC) and LFC group Spirit of Shankly (SOS) have recently met with officials from Liverpool council, Liverpool Vision and The Mersey Partnership about the project.While talks are currently in the “ideas” stage, indications are that town hall chiefs believe an approved business district award could help the initiative’s cause.Under the scheme, clustered firms pay up to 2% of their rates to a specially-created group that spends the cash on improvement projects in their areas that can include safety, events, marketing or green issues. Also suggested was the possibility of a Football Quarter becoming part of a Mayoral Development Zone after the May election.Council leader Joe Anderson – the favourite for Mayor – has backed the scheme, which includes a “fanzone” venue, football museum, hotels, bars, restaurants, and pedestrian links between Anfield and Goodison Park.Former Liverpool journalist Liam Fogarty, who is running for the post, has backed the plan in his manifesto.City bosses are musing over testing the popularity of the proposal by erecting big screens in Stanley Park for a high-profile match next season, where food and drink could be on sale, encouraging supporters to gather outside.And talk from tourism bosses has included how the Football Quarter might be a magnet for holding sporting conferences in L4.12next

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  • CSD

    I don’t know what’s funnier, the shirt, or the serious face with the shirt. No one wearing that shirt could be serious.

  • dude, he’s a professional.

  • MattieCamp

    This is how I pay rent