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Just wondered if anyone else hates wearing a bib during a 5/6-a-side game like I do? Sometimes you just really want to wear you favourite team's shirt but somehow I always end up on the team wearing the bibs. Plus they smell of fat sweaty men! I say get rid of them.

 

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They are usually polyester which makes you sweat more anyway.

Not a fan of them.

My Mrs reckons I need a bib when I have been in the lash!

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18 minutes ago, Cherry said:

Just wondered if anyone else hates wearing a bib during a 5/6-a-side game like I do? Sometimes you just really want to wear you favourite team's shirt but somehow I always end up on the team wearing the bibs. Plus they smell of fat sweaty men! I say get rid of them.

 

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When I seen the title of the thread I envisaged it being about folk that make a mess whilst eating...haha. Anyway, when I played 5's around 40 years ago there was no such things as bibs. It was fitba tops or T shirts & that was that. Isn't hygienic wearing things like that which others have worn.

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4 minutes ago, Locke said:

They are usually polyester which makes you sweat more anyway.

Not a fan of them.

My Mrs reckons I need a bib when I have been in the lash!

You'll be safe now though mate.....:flashing-lol:

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1 minute ago, Locke said:

So far, so good!

I failed on 1st of August on my August month off from drinking. Haha

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7 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

I failed on 1st of August on my August month off from drinking. Haha

No surprise there then.....:flashing-lol:

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Yes, should of specified wearing bibs at Football rather than eating/drinking! Although not a bad idea to wear a bib whilst out, especially if you've just bought a nice outfit and don't want to get it messy.

Played a kick about game down the park yesterday and we bought some red duck tape that we just stuck on our arms, instead of bibs. Problem solved.

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15 minutes ago, Cherry said:

Yes, should of specified wearing bibs at Football rather than eating/drinking! Although not a bad idea to wear a bib whilst out, especially if you've just bought a nice outfit and don't want to get it messy.

Played a kick about game down the park yesterday and we bought some red duck tape that we just stuck on our arms, instead of bibs. Problem solved.

A second set of shirts for friendly games would be cheap as chips.

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But at a 5/6-a-side league it wouldn't be plausible for every team to bring a second shirt with a different colour surely? Unless you have done this yourself?

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I didn't mind wearing bibs at football, we usually just arranged for all players to wear the same coloured top so looks easier. Usually white and black tops.

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