|Not his day - again|
1979 - the Perry Boys were a unique underground fashion subculture emanating from inner-city Manchester and Salford to become trendsetters on the terraces and night clubs of the city. Rebelling against everything around them, wedge hair cuts, Fred Perry's and northern confidence became the new order of the day. Spawning the casual and rave scenes that followed.Well! FB is unable to advise his readers on whether this is post modern ironic sarcasm type stuff or a serious statement. He suspects the latter. Whatever it is, the clothes on offer on the website seem to have been designed firmly with those with low and spotty foreheads in mind.
It is clear to FB that there is cause and effect here - had tennis not existed, Fred Perry would not be a brand name and this naff clothing would not be making wee hard men feel harder and, therefore, none of these unfortunate social trends would have followed. It is time tennis acknowledged this responsibility. We must be vigilant. Civilisation will truly have ended should Fred Perry show any interest in designing cricket wear.
But - bad luck Andy - fourth time lucky.