Shit Football Kits: Monterrey’s Giant Alien Head Goalkeeper Jersey, 1998/99

Chris Wright

20th, February 2013


By Chris Wright

Not sure about you lot, but this is definitely a first for Pies…

Not a lot of background info here folk, but we can tell you that this shirt was actually worn on-field by C.F. Monterrey goalkeeper Oscar Dautt during the 1998/99 season. Hopefully he referred to his 18-yard box as ‘Area 51’ at all times while wearing it.

Dautt was obviously had a ‘type’ when it came to his jerseys, because he spent the 1998/99 campaign chopping and changing his giant alien head for this altogether more subtle, refined design…

(Image: Old Football Shirts)

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  1. gilbert says:

    they both look like the kind of thing you’d find in the folder by the door in any tattooists studio, the generic tattoo book thingy. full of various hearts/crosses/wolves/tribal-cack. Only £30 each etc. want ‘mum’ in that heart? thats an extra £5.

  2. Alan Martínez says:

    That’s actually a football jersey from one of the teams in my hometown. He used to play for both rival teams of the city, Monterrey FC (AKA The Gang, “La Pandilla” in spanish) and Tigres (Tigers) de la Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, and he was a lousy shity goalie. Here you can find him at his word;
    He’s futured in 3rd and 1st place.
    ¡Un gran saludo a Los Pays!

    PS. Monterrey FC always has some twat in their goal, check Jonathan Orozco’s arm, he inked it like if he was Spiderman, LOL, what a prick

  3. Jarren says:

    I’d like one with a big picture of Jeremy Paxman staring inquisitively out at the striker.

    Sure to fuck anyone up.

  4. Definately one os the worst shirts I’ve ever seen!! What drugs were the designer on?lol

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