No stock?

But why?

In 2006 I bought the Germany training jersey from an adidas concept store. It was priced at RM89.90.

Sadly I bought my Malaysia training jersey from the stands outside the stadium during the Malaysia-Arsenal match.

I was told that national jerseys are out of stock. And Nike aren't selling the training jersey. Ye ke?

Imagine if 10 percent of the 85,000 fans (8,500) bought the training kit at an estimated price tag of RM100 each, we're looking at a total sales of RM 850,000 - that's close to RM1 million for just one match.

Oh well.

HD says: Original, Grade A, pasar malam...janji jersey Malaysia.

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  1. SAUDARA HD

    BELI JE KT PASAR MALAM, SAYA DAH KENA TAPI JERSI YG KELAB EPL YANG DI BELI KAT BUTIK KLCC. YG HRGA DKT RM200 TU TK PYAH CKAP LAH ....

    PEMINAT SUKAN

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  2. 'Janji jersey Malaysia'...i like!!!! jgn pakai jersey BERSIH sudah la..hahaa

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  3. lol.sometimes i do wonder these people in malaysia's sport industry.tak kira laa fam ka,phm ka, nike ka.they really don't no the situation here.they want to keep it exclusive sgt ingat macam kat europe where its hard to get clones. this is asia lah bro.kan ke dah rugi
    p/s-i'd still remember the first time nike sponsored the jersey, for the first few months you could see police n nike personnel kat stadium tak kasi orang jual clones.

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