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A SALFORD CITY CHRISTMAS
 

Star date: 24th November 2009

BEST SALFORD PRESENTS THIS CHRISTMAS…

   No 3: SALFORD CITY WINTER WONDERLAND

Never mind stuffing the stockings of the money men at Man United and City, Salford's biggest footy club has a whole range of cheaper, more meaningful  merchandise – and you know that every penny you spend will go towards helping our local club get higher up the leagues.

There's everything from Rhodri Giggs key rings (£2) to a full kid's Salford City strip (£35), to loads of special Ammies Christmas cards (£1.20) and rosettes (£3.50). Pressies that won't break the bank and will support a great soccer cause…

For photos and full details click here…


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SALFORD CITY CHRISTMAS STOCKING FILLERS

In the wake of the fire that burned down the Salford City clubhouse, a series of  temporary portakabins have been installed at the Moor Lane ground, one of which has been transformed into a grotto of Ammies' merchandise…

You can buy the hallowed Salford City shirt in glorious tangerine or the new green and white striped away kit (£30). For a more casual look there's polo shirts (£35), and for the car there's new Salford City pennants (£5).

There's also match day essentials like scarves (£6), hats (£6), lapel badges (£3) and the unmistakable tangerine rosettes (£3.50).

And finally, there's a huge range of Christmas cards and that vital Salford City bottle opener for Christmas Day itself…

In Salford City land there's only four shopping days to Christmas, as the shop is only open on home match days…

So get yourself down for the home game against Radcliffe Borough tonight (24th Nov) in the Premier Cup, or on December 5th (Prescot), December 15th (Mossley) or December 19th (Colwyn Bay).

For further match details check the Salford City Forum or the club website.
Salford City's ground is at Moor Lane, Kersal, Salford 7  


 

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