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Payet 'legend' t-shirts on sale


Filed: Wednesday, 6th September 2017
By: Staff Writer


T-shirts depicting Dimitri Payet as a club legend are on sale in West Ham's web store.

Payet, who effectively went on strike before engineering a return to Marseille back in January is one of four Hammers referred to on the legends item, which is for sale as part of a '2 for 20' offer in West Ham's online shop.



Trevor Brooking (600+ appearances), Bobby Moore (550+) and Paolo Di Canio (150+) are the three bona fide legends whose names are unfortunately and inexplicably linked to the Gallic grizzler on the shirt, which is now only available in women's size having disappeared from the men's pages earlier today.





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