It's competition time at We All Love Leeds and we've got one of the best giveaways I've ever seen!
I recently received a parcel from Art of Football and my god I was surprised at the sheer effort that was put in to the packaging and product from this fantastic website.
The shirt came enclosed in a display box, wrapped in old football newspaper and came complete with a thank you in the form of an autograph book, along with a bit of information on the site. I've never seen such beauty come from an item being sent from a clothing site, usually my items come screwed up in the recycling bin from the not-so-merry old Yodel fairy.
Art of football is a website designed to cater to all fans from across the globe. It has designs on print and t-shirt and shows some famous moments from a vast amount of clubs. If you visit the site, you'll see fantastic t-shirts with prints like Gazza's dentist chair and Yeboah's wonder strike against Liverpool.
The one that was sent to me is the most amazing picture of Jermaine Beckford's celebration when Leeds clinched promotion from League One back in 2010. At first sight of the moment the hair stood at the back of my neck and all the emotion from that beautiful day came flooding back. Do you remember what you were doing at the moment Beckford made it 2-1? When we actually had a fantastic squad and an even better manager? I do, and I don't mind reliving it.
If you'd like to get your hands on this shirt, of any other on the site now is your opportunity. The guys at Art of Football have promised that the winner of our competition will receive a £25 voucher to purchase anything they'd like on the site.
All you have to do is answer this question correctly:
In the 2-1 win against Bristol Rovers, who was the player to be sent off for their bad temper?
To enter the competition, all you have to do is post your answer in the comment box
and include your name and email address in the comment. Any answer that does not include this information will not be entered into the prize draw.
Good luck to our readers and don't forget to visit www.art-of-football.com to take a look at some of the best fan memorabilia I've ever seen. These prints and t-shirts are going to be a welcome addition in your wardrobe.
By Ryan Ingham