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Retro Football: George Best’s Fashion Boutique In Manchester

By Ollie Irish

January 1970: The great George Best stands in front of his fashion boutique in Bridge Street, Manchester. Best opened the shop in 1967, in partnership with Mike Summerbee.

When did football lose its cool?

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By Ollie Irish on February 2nd, 2011 in Man Utd, Retro. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

5 Responses to “Retro Football: George Best’s Fashion Boutique In Manchester”

  1. Aish says:

    Football lost it’s cool in the 90’s.

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  3. QueerAsFuß says:

    I would love to have both those sideburns and that outfit.
    The car, not so much.

    Less fru fru iced hair highlights and more sideburns in footy!

  4. says:

    I think it lost its cool because players don’t seem to need a side venture to keep themselves in the money anymore. I’m not saying they were destitute and living in the streets, but what they make in wages per week now any business would hope to make in profit over a year.

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