Feyenoord have taken the much-hated half and half colours to a new level ahead of clash with Manchester United
Published 15/09/2016 | 16:23
Manchester United fans arriving in Rotterdam for Thursday’s Europa League clash against Feyenoord will have been shocked – and possibly disgusted – to see half-and-half hoodies on sale in the official club shop.
With uproar already surrounding the dreaded half-and-half scraves that are available around the Premier League, the sight of half-and-half hoodies will not be a welcome one for the majority of fans.
Complete in Feyenoord red – or United red depending on who you suport – the hoodies feature the club crests of the two sides together on the chest, with the date of the match along with “De Kuip, Rotterdam” printed underneath.
Press Association reporter Simon Peach uploaded pictures of the hoody to his Twitter account, along with half-and-half scarves and commemorative T-shirts, with the big effort to push out merchandise displaying how important the match is for the Dutch club.
Peach also confirmed that the ghastly hoodies would cost €65 [£55] to purchase from the club shop, while Feyenoord also produced Europa League Group A scarves that also included the other clubs that United will face in Fenerbahce and Zorya.
Independent News Service