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  1. July 20, 2009 1:18 pm


    Just wanted to say congratulations on an excellent website – I have just spent the last half hour reading through it and am very impressed with the quality of writing on the site. I also like the design – did you design it yourself or is it from a template?

    I would like to tell you briefly about our business,, a website dedicated to providing football fans with the latest news on football shirts, including new designs and release dates. We are about to launch a highly interactive competition, where users can submit their own kit designs with some great prizes at stake.

    I would like to propose a partnership with your website. We would be looking for a simple text link from your blogroll linking to our site. We would be happy to provide you with a £5 thank you payment. Alternatively, we could provide you with a return text link from our PR4 news site,, which would help boost your sites Google ranking.

    Once we have a partnership in place, we would be happy to consider providing you with prizes, which you could use for competitions in exchange for additional promotion throughout your website.

    Furthermore, I wonder if you have considered making some extra money through your website by selling some replica shirts through a “store”. If you take a look at, we could help you replicate this section onto your site with very little work from your end. You would earn up to 10% commission for every sale that you made through the store and all work would be done by us.

    Hope to hear from you soon and keep up the good work on your excellent site!!


  2. Ogbole Samson permalink
    July 25, 2009 9:47 pm

    I have gone through your website and i must admit it is something from the norm that make football boring left to be discussed by people who knows nothing except making profit their only goal.
    i am a student of igbinedion University, Nigeria. i will like to join your team of writers. i am also presently the director of publication of the school’s official magazine.
    congrats once again for a job well done.

  3. September 7, 2009 2:04 am

    Tried to email you but your email has bounced 3 times so I’ll try here!
    Hi guys,

    I have a good story that I think a better scribe could really go to town with and start a cult status “celebrity” on WDKF

    Please read on

    Thanks – keep up the great work

    A friend of mine is cycling from Norway to South Africa!!!

    Yes, you read it correctly. Bjorn Heidenstrom (Norwegian; Bjørn Heidenstrøm) is CYCLING from Oslo to South Africa!


    Bjorn is looking to unite all those who want to see the world’s largest football-shirt wave in the wind during the World Cup, South Africa, 2010. A group for those who believe that football is more than a 4-4-2.

    Bjorn is cycling (and is hoping for lifts) from Oslo to South Africa to collect signed football jerseys from all teams of all levels. All these shirts will be be sewn together to form the world’s largest signed football-shirt – a symbol that all football stands together and does not forget the young refugees.

    He says, “We are creating the world’s largest football shirt – a shirt and a symbol that is sewn together by the signed club-shirts. The Shirt symbolises “the football family standing together and not forgetting the small ones”

    It’s top clubs, lesser clubs and even fans who sign their own shirts and become a part of the the big shirt – all are welcome. The project was tested in the summer 2008 and we have 187 signatures from professional, top, and smaller clubs. Celebrities from the music and movie world have also contributed as fans signed their favourite club shirts

    The project is being run in co-operation with The Refugee Council ( and their campaign: “Forget me not”


    The trip started from Oslo, Norway on 20 June and in the course of 10 months Bjorn will have visited over 50 countries. He cycles alone through the whole of Europe, as well as cycling and hitchhiking through Africa. The journey starts from the Nobel Peace Centre, Oslo and ends on Robben Island, Cape Town, South Africa.

    Excitingly, (300,000 unique users daily) promotes the journey on their front page every day.Bjorn is sending content from all the countries, places and people he visits. This content ranges from the history, culture, tradition to the people and events.

    How Can You Become Involved?

    (a) You could forward this knol to any press contacts you have. THANKS

    (b) You could forward this knol to any contacts you have with ANY football club (great or small)

    (c) You could even send a shirt direct to Bjorn

    (d) You could meet him on his trip through Europe and Africa.

    (e) He will do a press-opp/photo call with you or whoever your prefer at WDKF

    We want you to spread “the good message” and help with contacts and accommodation where required. He will need much help eventually.

    He is looking to meet as many people as possible to meet him in the UK 5th August -18th September?

    Some of the supporters: the Football Associations of Norway, Finland and Republic of Ireland, The Premier Soccer League in South Africa, Per Ravn Omdal, Per Bredesen, Sir Elton John, Kjetil Siem, David Fairclough, Giovanni Trapattoni and hundreds and hundreds of clubs great and small from the USA, S.America and Europe.

    (This list of supporters is growing daily and it would be GREAT to have WDKF here!)

    Bjorn Heidenstrom (Norwegian; Bjørn Heidenstrøm) is an ex-professional footballer with a long career in Norway and England (Leyton Orient) He has worked with football as a hub for; marketing, media, values, Soccer Against Crime and Valerenga against racism. He is making content each day on the 10 month journey. He uses a handheld camera (video and still), mobile phone, a laptop and dictation. Photos and text published directly with mobile telephone as modem to PC. Video is published where there is wireless/cable Internet.

    Web: (English) (Norwegian)


    See – – check articles

  4. September 7, 2009 4:46 pm

    i wont to be in the team how do i reagester

  5. COLLINS BROWN permalink
    September 23, 2009 9:33 am


    am an agent here in European i can get you any club of your dream so if you really in need of club respond to me in time so that i can start processing on your links


  6. October 12, 2009 5:59 pm

    AMAZING BLOG! The writing is great and the opinions are spot on as far as the footballing world. If your looking to get some gear come check us out at

    The beautiful Game.

  7. COLLINS BROWN permalink
    October 13, 2009 1:00 pm


    am an agent here in European i can get you any club of your dream so if you really in need of club respond to me in time so that i can start processing on your links


  8. Karan sharma permalink
    December 10, 2009 11:06 am

    Why don’t you try updating this site more than once a month. it seems that football always has something going on, and every other site is being constantly updated. except this one. i do like this site but because it is so rarely updated, it cannot begin to compete with sites like or even the later is a load of crap).

  9. Nelly permalink
    April 28, 2010 3:29 pm

    i just wanted to know where can i get the tickets from ?

  10. Jack Walker permalink
    May 8, 2010 10:38 am

    We would like to get your website on first page of Google.

    All of our processes use the most ethical “white hat” Search Engine Optimization techniques that will not get your website banned or penalized.
    We would like to get your website on first page of Google.

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