Filed: Thursday, 19th November 2009
By: Staff Writer
The nights are drawing in, the days are getting shorter and winter is rapidly approaching. KUMB.com has the perfect thing for you...
Once again we’re proud to run a competition in conjunction with our pals at Savile Rogue, purveyors of the world’s finest football scarves.
Made from the finest cashmere wool in Scotland, the scarves come in the classic bar design and come beautifully packaged in individual boxes, with 1930’s cigarette card swing tickets.
To stand a chance of winning the first of three scarves up for grabs, simply answer the following question:
West Ham play Hull City at the KC Stadium this coming weekend. Who are the two former Hammers in the current Tigers squad?
Send your answer along with your KUMB.com forum user name (this competition is open to KUMB.com members only, non-members may create an account here) to email@example.com before midnight on Wednesday, 25th November 2009. The winner will be notified shortly after.
Whilst most club scarves are made in cheap synthetic fabrics with large logos and crests you can wear a Savile Rogue scarf to the game or on any occasion. They are exclusively available online for £38.95.
KUMB.com readers can get a 10% discount on any Savile Rogue products by entering the code KUMB during checkout. The code is valid until 6th December 2009.
If you’re wondering what to get relatives for Christmas, Savile Rogue scarves are also available in the colours of most Premier League, Championship and League 1 and 2 clubs, as well as some Scottish and European teams.
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