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  1. The Great Manchester United
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The Great Manchester United

Dutch wonder-child Robin van Persie is undoubtedly one of the most effective strikers in the Premier League. He shocked Arsenal fans and thrilled Manchester United supporters when he made the move to Manchester United signing a four-year deal. Van Persie is a brilliant set-piece specialist and demonstrates excellent dribbling skill on the ball as he continues to threaten the goal from the front line.

Cheer on the 19 time Premier League champions.

Unique mandarin collar design with two button closure. Red banded collar and cuffs.

"Forged in Industry, Striving for Glory," is screened inside the collar. There is a small Manchester United design screened on the back collar.

This official Dri-Fit jersey has the Manchester United team and Nike logo embroidered on the front along with a screened sponsor design.

100% recycled polyester. Imported.


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