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Manchester United Air Freshener
Who knows what Manchester United's official fragrance is? Jose Mourinho's aftershave? Marouane Fellaini's Afro shampoo? Or perhaps it's the garlic that Old Trafford's groundsmen often lace the pitch with in order to get rid of worms?
12 of 20
Middlesbrough Flip Flops
North East natives are renowned for steadfastly refusing to dress for the weather. But with a yearly average of 111.5 days of rain, even Middlesbrough fans probably draw the line at heading to the Riverside Stadium in a pair of flip-flops.
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Southampton Rubber Duck
If Southampton fans have ever wondered how they can show their commitment to Claude Puel's men while enjoying a long soak, then they needn't wonder anymore.
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Stoke City Scarf
A club-themed scarf is usually one of the more fail-safe presents to give to a soccer fan. However, even the most ardent Stoke City supporter would probably prefer to freeze than wear what looks like a squished Battenberg.
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Sunderland Diving Gnome
This pointy-hatted creation may look fairly innocuous. But as anyone with gnomophobia will already know, behind the floor-diving celebratory pose and full Sunderland kit there no doubt lies something far more sinister.
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Swansea Dog Bowl Mat
It's natural to try and encourage your offspring to follow the same soccer team, less so your four-legged friend. But if you do want to guide your pet in the direction of Wales' premier side, then this dog bowl mat will no doubt send the ideal subliminal messages every feeding time.
17 of 20
Tottenham Hotspur Jester Hat
Produced specifically for Tottenham Hotspur's laughably bad Champions League campaign, this Jester hat has turned out to be a perfect metaphor. With home defeats to Bayer Leverkusen and Monaco dumping the club out of the competition at the first hurdle, it's little surprise that this blue and white headwear has already been reduced by nearly 50%.
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Watford Bottle Opener
Watford may have once had Sir Elton John as their chairman. But this bottle opener, which plays the theme tune that the Hornets run out to every home game – that of 60s British cop show Z-Cars – is the sport's tackiest musical contribution since the days of Hoddle and Waddle.
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West Brom Ice Cube Tray
Actually forget Crystal Palace's lame loom bands. This no-frills ice cube tray, which isn't even in the traditional West Brom colors, is the most blatant example of how British soccer teams will try to get away with flogging any old junk.
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West Ham Junior Sweater
Pretending to be overjoyed at the gift of a hideously ugly sweater is all part of the traditional Christmas. But you still have to pity the young Hammers fan who will have to feign happiness when presented with this festive monstrosity.