It’s beyond frustrating when one of your favourite footballers leaves the club. The frustration becomes even more painful when you find out that the old kit with the said player’s name has now been rendered obsolete.
Lots of Aston Villa fans suffered the same fate when Jack Grealish moved to Manchester City in a £100m move a few days ago.
Though, one of them has found a genius way to keep using the old shirt without representing the now-Man City player with a brilliant DIY solution.
Danny Ings’ spectacular overhead kick goal wasn’t the only highlight of Aston Villa’s 2-0 win against Newcastle United.
Matchgoers at Villa Park were amused to see how one of the fans had taped all over Grealish’s name at the back of his shirt.
The photo of the kit soon made its way online and Twitter absolutely loved the modification on display –
Big fan of this DIY job at Villa Park earlier pic.twitter.com/8z9H4TQ9zH— COPA90 (@Copa90) August 21, 2021
This Villa fan putting tape over Jack Grealish’s name on the back of his shirt at today’s game against Newcastle is the sort of pettiness we can all get behind. pic.twitter.com/2oW9WgWaw9— HLTCO (@HLTCO) August 21, 2021
When Jack Grealish leaves Aston Villa but you can’t be bothered to get a new kit pic.twitter.com/tWGferoHfE— ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) August 21, 2021
We love Jack Grealish, but we also love this Villa fan’s commitment to disowning his name. 🤠😀 pic.twitter.com/mssexznJXC— RICHMOND NDELLE (@richmond_ndelle) August 22, 2021
Inter Milan fans with their old Lukaku kits
Same energy https://t.co/aYjMH69Cxg pic.twitter.com/mRKVQTijuy— Project Football (@ProjectFootbalI) August 21, 2021
Something to ponder
Exhibit A on why not to get names on the back of shirts https://t.co/3yxRI0cLjY— Will (@WillNSNO) August 21, 2021
Soon to be Barcelona fans with their old Messi kits
The entire Camp Nou https://t.co/vSW2kQ9UmJ— ⚽ (@leahdedonk) August 21, 2021
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