You’ve now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It’s made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it’s still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite!
• 100% ring-spun cotton
• Sport Grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
• Dark Heather is 65% polyester, 35% cotton
• 4.5 oz/y² (153 g/m²)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center
George Best (July 21, 1946, Belfast, Northern Ireland), is a Northern Irish international football player, who played for Manchester United between 1965 and 1990. During those years he gained three league titles, one FA Cup and one European Cup. During that period he scored more than 100 goals in all competitions.
George Best’s 1967 medal sold FOR Presale For a number of years the silver medal that bore the name of George Best has been displayed at the British Museum. A number of years ago it was loaned to an art gallery in London, and presently it travels across the world to major football stadiums such as Munich and Amsterdam. The bronze medal that bears George Best’s name has also been loaned to numerous other museums and institutions. Among these was the Olympic Stadium in London, which is used for several different sporting events including football. The Belfast International Indoor Centre in Belfast where George Best made his medal-winning journey to join his fellow soccer players is also to this day used for numerous sporting activities, including fencing and archery.
George Best is one of the most decorated football players in the history of the game, having won the European Cup twice, the World Cup once, and the FA Cup thrice. Best is also the only player of the four to have scored more goals in a single game than anyone else in the history of the game. George Best trivia will show that he is also the only British player to have scored more goals in a single season than Bobby Moore. He remains the only English football player to have won the prestigiousFA Cup title twice.