THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

11 March ~ As spotted by an eagle-eyed poster on the WSC messageboard, Northampton Town announced this week that they would now be stocking "Premier League items" in their club shop. If it's any consolation to the club's fans: "In addition, many Cobblers items have been reduced in price by 50 per cent or more to allow supporters to show their support for the lads' play-off push by kitting themselves out in claret and white at bargain prices." So you can always treat yourself to a half-price NTFC fleece while picking up a Arsenal beanie bear or a Chelsea piggy bank.

Comments (2)
Comment by waterlooroader 2010-03-14 17:43:57

Didn't Swindon flirt with this around 10 years ago? I seem to remember them making similar announcements and creating a similar reaction to that seen from the Northampton fans. They soon reversed their decision if I remember correctly...

Comment by madmickyf 2010-03-15 01:51:57

This is a real shame. At least they didn't stoop to selling MK Dongs merchandise!

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