Joe Hart’s loan move to Torino means it’s now possible to create an XI of English players who have played in Italy. And it’s quite a team. I’ve selected a 4-2-3-1 formation as it appears Serie A clubs love an English midfielder.
There are plenty of players who miss out on the XI including Trevor Francis, Luther Blissett, Gordan Cowans and Gerry Hitchens. It should also be mentioned that Jay Bothroyd, Tony Dorigo, Franz Carr and Lee Sharpe also miss out (yes, they all played in Italy!).
AMS Clothing have a reputation of producing some of the most eye-catching jerseys in international football. They’ve cornered the market in Africa for creating some excellent designs while Puma churn out the same old boring kits.
They currently supply kits to the African powers of Eritrea, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and one of the newest members of FIFA: South Sudan. If that wasn’t pushing their hipster credentials enough they’ve also recently revealed they are providing the kits for the disputed territory of Western Sahara.
You can take a look at their excellent website here and get yourself kitted out for the new season in style: http://ams-clothing.com/ and you can follow them for all their latest news on twitter here: https://twitter.com/amsclothing1
South Sudan (away)