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Albion Roar shirt of the week 21/1/17, Arsenal, but not as we expected

Ok then, this is a good old Arsenal shirt, well Arsenal de Sarandí of the Argentinian Premier Division, this is their rather colourful 2011 away shirt.
They go by two nicknames, Los del Viaducto (The Viaduct men), and El Arse (The Arse).

They were Formed in 1957, The club’s colours are red and light blue, in honour of the traditional teams of the Avellaneda region (Independiente and Racing). They play at the 18,300 capacity “Estadio Julio Humberto Grondona” where they are famous for their Chinchulines (chitterlings), a traditional Argentinean snack, does anyone know what it’s made of?

Yup, pig intestines!

The club’s best known former player is Jorge Burruchaga, who started his career at El Arse in 1979. Burru, as he is nicknamed, scored the winning goal for Argentina in the 1986 World Cup final against Germany.

To see more Arsenal football shirts, and jerseys from all over the world take a look www.oldfootballshirts.com

and if you’re quick you can even buy yourself one of these beauties if you click here

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