Saturday, May 31, 2008

Malaysia league football shirts

You know where Malaysia, my beloved country. Here the only and first ever football blog, sites and human, I know that show all the latest Malaysia Super and Premier league football shirt. What the great news, and most of this kits you cannot ever buy it from team's FA or shops around Malaysia. (For the records my blogs the frontiers...ha,ha). Completed with the detailed images, you can shopping here. Prepared by my best mate Feisal few months ago. Theres a few Malaysia sportswear manufacturer brands that sponsor the team such a Jking, Pronic, Eutag, Rossi some other Asia brands also such Specs from Indonesia and Kika of South Korea. I just bought today few kits and now I'm going to start collect more for the future.
Just click for the source for Malaysia Super and Premier League. At the moment for fan outside Malaysia you can buy all this kit through the author mail.
Above kits: Perlis FA with KIKA kits.

Above kits: The yellow shirt Terengganu FA with brands PRONIC and the red Sarawak FA on ROSSI

Above kits: Top local sports manufacturer Jking for Johor PG and Penang FA on white shirt with SPECS.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Northen Ireland 1986 World Cup football shirt

The ilustrate kits below has the no.7 on the rear indicating it was the kits of forward player Steve Penney, who at the time played with Brighton (England).

Northern Ireland's best World Cup performance was in their first appearance in the competition, the 1958 World Cup, where they reached the quarter-finals after beating Czechoslovakia 2-1 in the play-off. They were knocked out by France, losing 4-0. In the 1958 competition Northern Ireland became the smallest country to have qualified for the World Cup, a record that stood until Trinidad & Tobago qualified for the 2006 World Cup. Northern Ireland remains, however, the smallest country to have qualified for more than one World Cup, and the smallest country to have reached the World Cup quarter-finals.

Spain team kits World Cup 1998 France

Below kits: Adidas with red shirt with the dark blue panels reduced to under the arms and down each side for their home strip. The Apain kits has the no.6 on the front and rear indicating it was the shirt of midfielder player Fernando Hierro, who at the time played for Spainish club, Real Madrid.
1998 World Cup in France, Javier Clemente second World Cup as Spain's coach. Many new rising stars such as Raul Gonzalez and Fernando Morientes were giving Spanish fans hope for the upcoming tournament. Group D consisted of Spain, Bulgaria, Paraguay, and Nigeria, many considered this group to be the Group of Death of the entire tournament. In their first game against African powers Nigeria, Spain led 1-0 and 2-1 in each half with much superiority. However, Nigeria amazingly turned the game around in the last twenty minutes and won 3-2 largely in part by an error made by all-time capped Spanish goalkeeper Andoni Zubizarreta. This defeat left Spain's hopeful campaign in ruins and sent Javier Clemente searching for answers. Their second game was a minor improvement, but left Spanish fans disappointed once again as Spain could only manage a 0-0 draw with Paraguay. After only a point from their first two games, Spain needed to rely on Nigeria and Paraguay drawing their match in order to qualify. In their last group game Spain fought valiantly to crush Bulgaria 6-1 hoping that goal differential would send them through. Spain's hopes did not go as planned as Paraguay defeated Nigeria 3-1. Spain were eliminated in the first round with only four points and finished third behind Paraguay and Nigeria. This was by far one of the most disappointing Spanish campaigns in recent times.
Match Featuring:
P W D L Gls Pts
NIGERIA 3 2 0 1 5-5 6
PARAGUAY 3 1 2 0 3-1 5
Spain 3 1 1 1 8-4 4
Bulgaria 3 0 1 2 1-7 1
Jun 13 Nantes
Spain v Nigeria 2-3
Jun 19 St Etienne
Spain v Paraguay 0-0
Jun 24 Lens
Bulgaria v Spain 1-6
Spain squads:
1 GK Andoni ZUBIZARRETA, 2 DF Albert FERRER, 3 DF Agustin ARANZABAL, 4 DF RAFAEL ALKORTA Martinez, 5 DF ABELARDO Fernandez, 6 MD Fernando HIERRO, 7 FW Fernando MORIENTES, 8 FW Julen GUERRERO, 9 FW Juan PIZZI, 10 FW RAUL Gonzalez Blanco, 11 FW ALFONSO Perez, 12 DF SERGI Barjuan, 13 GK Santiago CANIZAREZ, 14 DF IVAN CAMPO Ramos, 15 DF Carlos AGUILERA, 16 MD Alberto CELADES, 17 FW Joseba ETXEBERRIA, 18 MD Guillermo AMOR, 19 FW Francisco Narvaez KIKO, 20 DF Miguel Angel NADAL, 21 FW LUIS ENRIQUE, 22 GK Francisco MOLINA, Coach:Javier Clemente

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Egypt team kits World Cup 1990

Above kits: Egypt were one of the team with manufacturer adidas entering 1990 tournament. The shirt (home and away) featured a pale shadow pinstripe incorprated into the fabric along with an intricate V-neck. A shortened version of the famous three-stripe trim ran just to the sleeves. The Egypt kits has the no.5 on the rear indicating it was the shirt of defender player Hesham Yakan, who at the time played for El-Zamalek.

Egypt in Group F, with England, Netherlands and the Republic of Ireland at the 1990 World Cup finals. In the six group games, no team managed to score more than once in a match.
Match Featuring:
P W D L Gls Pts
ENGLAND 3 1 2 0 2-1 4
REP. OF IRELAND 3 0 3 0 2-2 *3
NETHERLANDS 3 0 3 0 2-2 *3
Egypt 3 0 2 1 1-2 2
Jun 12 Palermo
Netherlands v Egypt 1-1
Jun 17 Palermo
Egypt v R.of Ireland 0-0
Jun 21 Cagliari
England v Egypt 1-0
Chile squads:
1 GK Ahmed Shoubeir, 2 DF Ibrahim Hassan, 3 DF Rabie Yassin, 4 DF Hani Ramzy, 5 DF Hesham Yakan, 6 DF Ashraf Kasem, 7 MD Ismail Youssef, 8 MD Magdy Abdelghani, 9 FW Hossam Hassan, 10 FW Gamal Abdelhamid, 11 MD Tarek Soliman, 12 FW Taher Abou Zaid, 13 MD Ahmed Ramzy, 14 MD Alaa Mayhoub, 15 DF Saber Eid, 16 MD Magdy Tolba, 17 FW Ayman Shawky, 18 MD Osama Orabi, 19 MD Adel Abdelrahman, 20 MD Ahmed Abdou El-Kass, 21 GK Ayman Taher Kandil, 22 GK Sabet El-Batal, Coach: Mohammed El-Gohary

Monday, May 19, 2008

Denmark kits World Cup 1986

Above kits: The differences between the replica and player issued. A Hummel logo on replica shirts are very obvious, the hummel written with logo. (Hummel written only without logo to the front player issue shirt)

Denmark tournament kits: The attractive home and away halve shirt ensemble of Danish firm Hummel. The kit supplier's written only appeared on shirt and shorts.The Denmark kits has the no.9 on the rear indicating it was the shirt of forward player Klaus Berggreen, who at the time played for Italian club, Pisa.
Denmark with dynamite-duo Laudrup and Elkjar, made their first World Cup appearance in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. Denmark got through the first round with three wins, but vulnerable defences were exposed in the second round as Denmark crashed 5-1 to Spain.
Match Featuring:
P W D L Gls Pt
DENMARK 3 3 0 0 9-1 6
WEST GERMANY 3 1 1 1 3-4 3
URUGUAY 3 0 2 1 2-7 2
Scotland 3 0 1 2 1-3 1
Jun 04 Nezahualcoyotl
Scotland v Denmark 0-1
Jun 08 Nezahualcoyotl
Denmark v Uruguay 6-1 (Denmark played with Home kits)
Jun 13 Queretaro
Denmark v West Germany 2-0 (Denmark played with Home kits)
Jun 18 Queretaro
Denmark v Spain 1-5 (Denmark played with Away kits)
Chile squads:
1 GK Troels Rasmussen, 2 DF John Sivebaek, 3 DF Soren Busk, 4 DF Morten Olsen, 5 DF Ivan Nielsen, 6 MD Soren Lerby, 7 MD Jan Molby, 8 MD Jesper Olsen, 9 FW Klaus Berggreen, 10 FW Preben Elkjar-Larsen, 11 MD Michael Laudrup, 12 DF Jens Jorn Berthelsen, 13 MD Per Frimann, 14 FW Allan Simonsen, 15 MD Frank Arnesen, 16 GK Ole Qvist, 17 DF Kent Nielsen, 18 MD Flemming Christensen, 19 FW John Eriksen, 20 MD Jan Bartram, 21 DF Henrik Andersen, 22 GK Lars Hogh, Coach: Sepp Piontek (GER)

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Cameroon World Cup 1998 team kits and uniforme

Cameroon qualified alongside five African countries, were drawn into group B with Italy, Chile, and Austria. Cameroon struggled and drew their first two games with Chile and Austria. Cameroon were eliminated from the group when they lost to Italy 3-0.Rigobert Song of Cameroon became the first man in history to be sent off twice. He also saw red in 1994 versus Brazil. Cameroon once again failed to get out of the groupstage and Nigeria was the sole African team left after the first round.
Above kits: The Chile kits has the no.3 on the front and rear indicating it was the shirt of defender player Pierre Wome, who at the time played for Italian club, Lucchese.
Cameroon squads:
1 GK Jacques Songo'o, 2 DF Joseph Elanga, 3 DF Pierre Wome, 4 DF Rigobert Song, 5 DF Raymond Kalla N'Kongo, 6 DF Pierre Njanka, 7 FW Francois Omam-Biyick, 8 MD Didier Angibeaud, 9 FW Alphonse Tchami, 10 FW Patrick M'Boma, 11 FW Samuel Eto'o, 12 DF Jean-Jacques Etame, 13 DF Serge Kwetche, 14 MD Augustine Simo, 15 MD Joseph N'Do, 16 GK William Andem, 17 DF Michel Pensee, 18 FW Samuel Ipoua, 19 MD Marcel Mahouve, 20 MD Salomon Olembe, 21 FW Joseph-Desire Job, 22 GK Alioum Boukar,
Coach: Claude Le Roy (FRA)

Chile football shirt/kits at World Cup 1998

Chile were drawn in Group B, along with Italy, Cameroon and Austria. With much expected of their strike partnership of Marcelo Salas and Ivan Zamorano. Italy had been the only team to win in the group, so Chile's unbeaten record took them into the last 16, and a tie with South American rivals Brazil at the Parc des Princes in Paris.
Above kits: Chile were one of the team with manufacturer Reebok entering 1998 tournament. The shirt (home and away) featured an interesting collar and cuffs design with the reebok motif shadow. The Chile kits has the no.11 on the front and rear indicating it was the shirt of forward player Marcelo Salas, who at the time played for Argentinian club, River Plate.
Match Featuring:
P W D L Gls Pts
ITALY 3 2 1 0 7-3 7
CHILE 3 0 3 0 4-4 3
Austria 3 0 2 1 3-4 2
Cameroon 3 0 2 1 2-5 2
Jun 11 Bordeaux
Italy v Chile 2-2 (Chile played with Home kits)
Jun 17 St Etienne
Chile v Austria 1-1
Jun 23 Nantes
Chile v Cameroon 1-1 (Chile played with Away kits)
Chile squads:
1 GK Nelson Tapia, 2 DF Cristian Castaneda, 3 DF Ronald Fuentes, 4 DF Francisco Rojas, 5 DF Javier Margas, 6 DF Pedro Reyes, 7 MD Nelson Parraguez, 8 MD Clarence Acuna, 9 FW Ivan Zamorano, 10 MD Jose Luis Sierra, 11 FW Marcelo Salas, 12 GK Marcelo Ramirez, 13 FW Manuel Neira, 14 DF Miguel Ramirez, 15 DF Moises Villaroel, 16 DF Mauricio Aros, 17 MD Marcelo Vega, 18 MD Luis Musrri, 19 MD Fernando Cornejo, 20 MD Fabian Estay, 21 FW Rodrigo Barrera, 22 GK Carlos Tejas,
Coach: Nelson Acosta

Monday, May 12, 2008

A,C.Milan 2007-08 kits, FIFA Club World Cups version

A.C. Milan and adidas completed it with three kit for 2007-08 season, for away and third strip featuring the same basic design as the home. A new sock design saw ACM word embroidered onto the sock.

Paraguay uniforme World Cup 1998

Above kits: The Paraguay national football team had a new kit supplier, British sportswear manufacturer Reebok. Their kit with just a tiny amount of red, blue and white on the collar and cuffs. The away blue and white strip 1998 shirt, however made no appearance at the tournament. Home and away shirt featured an interesting Paraguay badge shadow pattern. The Paraguay kits has the no.18 on the front and rear indicating it was the shirt of forward player Cesar Ramirez, who at the time played for Portuguese club, Sporting Lisbon.
The Paraguay national football team with the red and white strip has reached the second round of the World Cup on three occasions (in 1986, 1998 and 2002) but has never advanced beyond that stage. Paraguay team was the emergence of new young players like Carlos Gamarra, Celso Ayala, Jose Luis Chilavert, Francisco Arce and Jose Cardozo, which became part of the "golden generation" that led Paraguay to three straight World Cups and good performances in continental competitions, establishing Paraguay as one of the top teams in South America along Brazil and Argentina.
This new generation of players helped end the World Cup drought in grand fashion, as the Albirroja reached the France 1998 World Cup by qualifying in second place in South America behind Argentina. The first round matches were against Bulgaria (0-0), Spain (0-0), and Nigeria (3-1; goals Celso Ayala, Miguel Angel Benitez and Jose Cardozo). Paraguay qualified to the second round (Round of 16) to be defeated in a thrilling match against would-be World Champions France. France only scored through Laurent Blanc in the 114th minute, during the second half of overtime (making it the first golden goal scored in a World Cup). Paraguay's central defending duo (Carlos Gamarra and Celso Ayala) and goalkeeper Jose Luis Chilavert were selected for the all-star World Cup team.
Match Featuring:
P W D L Gls Pts
NIGERIA 3 2 0 1 5-5 6
PARAGUAY 3 1 2 0 3-1 5
Spain 3 1 1 1 8-4 4
Bulgaria 3 0 1 2 1-7 1
Jun 12 Montpellier
Paraguay v Bulgaria 0-0 (Paraguay played with third kits and blue shorts)
Jun 19 St Etienne
Spain v Paraguay 0-0 (Paraguay played with all white strip)
Jun 24 Toulouse
Nigeria v Paraguay 1-3 (Paraguay played with home kits)
Jun 28 Lens
France v Paraguay gg 1-0 (Paraguay played with home kits and white socks)
Paraguay squads:
1 GK Jose Luis Chilavert 2 DF Francisco Arce 3 DF Catalino Rivarola 4 DF Carlos Gamarra 5 DF Celso Ayala 6 MD Edgar Aguilera 7 FW Juan Yegros 8 FW Aristides Rojas 9 FW Jose Cardozo 10 MD Roberto Acuna 11 DF Pedro Sarabia 12 GK Danilo Aceval 13 MD Carlos Paredes 14 DF Ricardo Rojas 15 FW Miguel Benitez 16 MD Julio Enciso 17 FW Hugo Brizuela 18 FW Cesar Ramirez 19 MD Carlos Morales 20 DF Denis Caniza 21 FW Jorge Campos 22 GK Ruben Ruiz Diaz
Coach: Paulo Cesar Carpeggiani (BRA)