Stuart Lovell's overhead kick and Steak Pies - A Couple of AET Shirts Favourite Footballing Memories

AfterExtraTime Shirts are concerned with the control and supply of football shirts; set up by the fans, for the fans. Those that have collaborated with AET Shirts will know what a joy it is to work with them. The founder is David Badura, one of the nicest guys in the football shirt bubble. 

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We caught up with David to talk football shirts and steak pies. 

What inspired you to start AET Shirts?

That one's easy! Loving football shirts and wanting to help people get their hands on old shirts, AET Shirts was born. We wanted to get shirts back on the backs of fans at affordable prices. The market's driven up with no real focus for the fans and we wanted to be the ones that focused on the fans.  

    What is your favourite footballing moment?

    That's a tough question! Being a Livingston fan, we haven't had too much success but the CIS Cup win over Hibs is up there lifting our first major trophy. It was a great run, great win and being the underdogs, we sent over 3/4 of Hampden home after we won comfortably! Best feeling and I managed to get on the TV with our home made cup!  

      What's your all-time favourite goal?

      Stuart Lovell's overhead kick v Rangers in our first season in the SPL. Wee teams like Livi don't beat big teams like Rangers. To beat them 2-1 after coming from a goal down was special and the goal was the best I've seen live. Overhead kick about 14 yards out against a very good goalie. Incredible!  

        Who is your favourite player and why?

        Always was a fan of David Bingham growing up. Skill, and the vision most modern day players lack. Touch was stunning and someone that just played the game so well at Livingston. Creative genius and scored some top goals. Always a team first guy and he's never lost it these days either. Loved watching him play all over Scotland.  

          What's your favourite football shirt?

          99/00 Livingston Home shirt as standard! Football shirts these days are template and boring or plain but this beauty was a special one-off with the club badge throughout the design. It was worn during our first Season in the SPL. Had it as a kid and have it now as an adult.... Nothing comes close!  

          Livingston Football Club Home Shirt 1999-2000Image from oldfootballshirts.com

            What's your least favourite football shirt?

            Normally anything 'template'. I understand the cost argument and mentality but anything modern that has no thought or uniqueness wins most hated for me. Some of the worst kits in the 90s are now some of the most loved because of the change in designs. 

              What's your favourite stadium snack?

              Has to be the Steak Pie! Can't beat a good steak pie at any game. Honourable mention to Broxburn for their top top efforts! 

                You can find AET Shirts over on Twitter and on Ebay. Keep your eyes peeled because they are in the process of launching a new website soon - www.aetshirts.com.


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