Sorry to keep banging on about this, but the response to the shirts wasn’t disappointing. Posts further down the board have shown there was huge appetite for the Ash Williams one.
The problem was the promotion/plugging (one post on here) was dire and accepting a combined offer of £60 for shirts that are worth the best part of £250 is scandalous.
Who made the decision that £30 per shirt was an acceptable offer? Can I please get an answer on that because they clearly have no idea what they’re doing and should pass control of it to someone who does.
Ian Mcloughlin’s keeper shirt from 2010/11, a loan donkey who played five times for us in one of our worst ever seasons, went for £40. Did it not seem odd that a shirt worn by an ex-captain of a promotion winning side who had a successful Premier League career and played in the Euro semi finals, only fetched £30?