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In demand: Ryan Gilmore, from Bangor pictured in NI Classic Shirt Co shop in Belfast’s Smithfield Market, selling shirts from the 1980’s through to most recent home and away shirts from all over the world. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

In demand: Ryan Gilmore, from Bangor pictured in NI Classic Shirt Co shop in Belfast’s Smithfield Market, selling shirts from the 1980’s through to most recent home and away shirts from all over the world. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

Ryan Gilmore with some of his retro shirts. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

Ryan Gilmore with some of his retro shirts. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

Ryan Gilmore with some of his retro shirts. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

Ryan Gilmore with some of his retro shirts. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

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In demand: Ryan Gilmore, from Bangor pictured in NI Classic Shirt Co shop in Belfast’s Smithfield Market, selling shirts from the 1980’s through to most recent home and away shirts from all over the world. Credit: Kirth Ferrin

The nostalgia around World Cups, European Championships, Irish League triumphs or just those special football players are driving the retro shirt market in Northern Ireland.

Players come and go but it is those shirts they wore at your club that always stick in the memory.


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