The goal of the goalkeeper within the soccer team is simple. Keep your goal clean. In 1972 Liverpool goalie Ray Clemence let his team down against West Ham United! It was April 15, 1972 when the Hammers played against Liverpool in the penultimate home game of the season. Suddenly, a sassy West Ham whopper goalie Ray Clemence let us know what he thought of the game shown so far. Much to the amusement of the audience. Goals from Steve Heighway and John Toshack eventually left Clem with the last laugh. Liverpool won the match 2-0.
We know the standard football shirts with superstars. What's there for the real fan? The lover of the misfits and the black football boot. That's what FC Kluif is for. They make original items for football madmen. This stylish shirt is made of 95% cotton / 5% elastane; a supple fabric that stays beautiful for a long time. Available in green. The chest print with the iconic Ray Clemence photo is of high quality, so that the print stays beautiful for a long time. You will find a beautifully woven FC Kluif logo on the bottom of the shirt and on the inside of the neck.
KEEP YOUR SHIRT BEAUTIFUL, BE CAREFUL!
We understand that you want to enjoy your FC Kluif shirt for as long as possible. But that does require a bit of care. So we asked our mothers for tips. You will enjoy this: turn your shirt inside out and wash no warmer than 40ºC. Wash with similar colors and use a mild detergent. Do not put it in the dryer and do not wring it dry at all. So be patient. Hang it out on a boy (in the shade) and if you would like to iron it, do it inside out and at a low temperature.