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Football eBay Spoof Personalised Newspapers - Gift Details

Football widows rejoice! There is hope! This Daily Mirror front page features the story of your chosen individual, who finds his or her prized collection of football memorabilia listed on eBay, thanks to their disillusioned partner. Certainly, a worthy story to make the headline.

You can personalise every detail of the newspaper from the headline to the recipient’s favourite team. This makes the feature as realistic as possible. But, to make the spoof truly believable, why not upload an image of the individual themselves?

One simple click of the Upload a photo button will take you to your pictures. Or, click the Choose a photo from Facebook button to access your Facebook photos.

Your Gift Personalised

Personalise the spoof newspaper with the recipient's First Name and Surname of up to 28 characters over 2 lines, with 14 characters per line.

Include the Age of the recipient of up to 3 characters over 1 line and add their Team of up to 30 characters over 1 line. Select their Rival Team and finish off the gift with a picture of the recipient using the image uploader.

General Information

These spoof newspapers are 36 x 28cm (L x W), which is approximately the size of a tabloid. Once you’ve added your personalisation and chosen your picture, click the preview button to pick from several presentation options, including framing your spoof, presentation cases and more.

Spoof Contents

Headline
Red Card for football fan (Male First Name) (Male Surname)

Sub Headline
(Football Team) addict loses prize collection

Exclusive
By Chief News Editor

The frustrated partner of the world's biggest football fan is selling over 14,000 items of (Team) souvenirs, hoarded by footie-mad (Male First Name) (Male Surname) including a prized pair of “lucky pants”.

“I knew it wasn’t worth telling (Male First Name) it was me or (Team)”, she fumed, “because I knew the silly fool would have chosen the team. So instead I’ve put the whole lot up for sale.”

“At first (Male First Name) went to all the games and collected all the match-day programmes. The football fanatic would also buy the odd replica shirt and maybe a key-ring or mug but nothing out of the ordinary. Even when (Male First Name) admitted to having a pair of ‘lucky’ Y-fronts, I didn't think it was strange.”

However, when (Male First Name) began reciting players’ names inthe dead of night when we were both asleep, that's when I knew things were getting bad. Next, (Male First Name) started rejecting food that wasn’t in team colours."

“After that, there was a big win that he said was all down to the lucky pants,” raged the very frustrated spouse. “The daft lunatic then refused to take them off. This was six months ago and (Male First Name) still hasn’t changed them. I think we may have to have them surgically removed.”

The addict's 'other half' finally snapped last month when the stash of souvenirs crashed through the ceiling, destroying a coffee table and showering a family friend in match-day programmes, old scarves, small test-tubes of players’ collected sweat and used athletic supports.

The next day the football fan's partner opened an account with online auction house eBay, and put the entire collection up for sale. As well as the unwashed lucky pants, users can bid for items including some turf ‘borrowed’ from the team’s ground and a small cup of water drained from the team bath.

Also for sale are a full set of match-day programmes and over 400 replica shirts. Postage and packing for the entire collection is set at £32,000 as the lucky pants, officially classed as a biohazard, require secure transport. Bids so far have reached 52p, with the winning bidder being a (Team) fan who intends to use the collection in his fireworks night bonfire.

Delivery Details

UK Delivery Carrier Cost Production Timescales
(working days)
Estimated Postage Lead Times
(add to production timescales)
Standard Royal Mail £3.99 1 - 2 Days 1-3 days
Urgent Courier £8.99 1 Day Next Day
Working Days

We operate Monday to Friday only, so weekends and holidays do not count in the production or postage timescales quoted. Orders placed before 11am begin production that day, while orders received after this time begin the following day. Orders placed on a Friday afternoon or over a weekend will begin production on Monday.

Production + Delivery

The majority of our gifts are made to order, so please allow time for the product to be made (produced) as well as the time for delivery. The table above outlines our production time for both standard and urgent orders, please add these to the postage lead time for an accurate idea of when you’ll receive your item(s).

International Delivery Leadtimes (where available)
European delivery is available on this gift
Delivery outside Europe (worldwide) is available on this gift
Standard Lead Time from production (airmail):
  • Europe: 3 - 5 days
  • Rest of the World: 5 - 7 days
Urgent Lead Time from production (Fedex courier):
  • Europe: 1 -3 days
  • North America: 1 - 2 days
  • Rest of the World: 3 - 5 days
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Presentation Options

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  • Single Page
  • Newspaper Wrap
  • Presentation Case
  • Framed

Football eBay Spoof Personalised Newspapers

From £ 11.99
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  • A personalised spoof Daily Mirror back page
  • Personalise the headline and elements of the story
  • Upload any image with one click
  • Excellent choice of presentation options
  • Tabloid-sized (36 x 28cm)

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