COMPETITION: Win United’s Classic Vintage 1980 Away Shirt | Manchester United News

COMPETITION: Win United’s Classic Vintage 1980 Away Shirt

With the new season on the horizon, everybody will be looking forward to a new shirt to wear to cheer on Louis van Gaal’s new look Manchester United to hopeful glory.

The new home shirt comes out this coming week but with the new sponsor of Chevrolet, their emblem dominates the famous red, getting mixed reviews from fans who have already become disillusioned with Nike’s recent designs of the United shirt.

Retro shirts are becoming more and more popular and while the recent influx of websites that manufacture old style shirts is very welcome, there’s nothing quite like the original, and that’s why we are so proud to partner with the guys at 3in1 football, who specialise in top quality retro shirts that have the exact look and feel of your favourite shirts from back in the day.

3in1Football’s extensive range of replica shirts will leave you wishing for those days where you were Robson, Whiteside or Cantona on the playground, and remembering fond times.

As they often do, 3in1Football have kindly teamed up with us to offer one of our Twitter followers the opportunity to win the shirt pictured at the head of this page – the white away shirt from 1980. It is a long sleeved, size large.

The shirt was made popular by the likes of Bryan Robson and also has a special place in history as the shirt the club first picked up three points for an away win, at Middlesbrough’s Ayresome Park.

To enter the competition, it couldn’t be simpler. is close to 40,000 followers on Twitter, while 3in1Football are close to 4,000 followers – all you need to do is follow both accounts, and when we both reach the magic numbers, we will pick a winner at random.

At TalkOfTheDevils, we are now following (or at least attempting to!) follow back everyone who follows us, so you will also receive a follow from us in return.

Head on over to our Twitter page to enter – and good luck!


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