Birthday present for footie mad 19 year old?

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  1. big bear

    big bear A bear on a mission!

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    Hi guys

    My nephew will be 19 soon and I've no idea what to buy him, I don't want to just give him money.

    He's a Arsenal fan and plays football, any ideas?? I'm not sure what else really he's into.
     
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  3. Mrs.S.

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    A trip round the ground? Normally about £20.

    Check out play.com

    Xx
     
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    Perhaps a Manchester United shirt after the weekends result lol :eek:
     
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    big bear A bear on a mission!

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    Selwonk - should've said he lives in Ireland..

    Princess Stevie - that made me laugh!! X
     
  6. kingleds

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    There is a website called Toffs.com that does old school replica shirts. I'm getting the hubby a 1961 spurs double winning shirt for a bday pressie from there.
     
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    I think at 19 it is a hard age to buy presents for.

    This year I gave my 19 year old grand daughter money. I know it is boring and unoriginal but believe me she was very happy to receive money and it was only 25 squids.

    or look here.........

    www.gonedigging.co.uk

    www.presentsformen.co.uk/Football
     
  8. charlies_mummy

    charlies_mummy all for my little man x

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    I hate buying presents for boys/men, I have 7 brothers and struggle every birthday and christmas! I know money doesn't seem like much thought has gone into it but I bet he would appreciate an itunes card, a ticketmaster gift card or maybe amazon? If he plays guitar you could get him a pickmaker, just got one for my brother and it makes guitar picks out of any plastic you put in it, eg old bank cards, used gift cards etc. Good luck xx
     
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    I'd say visit play.com or a gift card for somewhere :) x
     
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    I set up an account on www.legalsounds.com (like I-tunes but much cheaper) for my brother for his birthday
     
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    Another vote for Toffs - great replica kits from yesteryear, but not the cheapest. I guess it depends on budget really.
     
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