Scarf ‘ell Mike

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As you’ve possibly noticed this week, we’ve been running a competition this week to win a lovely cashmere scarf in Latics colours courtesy of the chaps at Savile Rogue. All people had to do was send us an email containing the name of the Latics mascot pictured below and they’d go in the draw for the scarf.


Literally some of you did that, and most of those that did got the answer wrong. Although we’re still checking the record books to see if the suggestion that Sammy (the seal) may actually have been Twitter’s Bald_mon (@55budgie) in a foam suit, we decided to press on, get the virtual hat out, and do the draw anyway.

[cue a dramatic swooshing noise, followed by tension building background music]

And the winner is…. one Mr Michael Pattison.

Mike has chosen his scarf from the Latics range at Savile Rogue and we’ve passed his details on so his prize will be with ha shortly.

For those who didn’t win and, because we’re nice like that, you can get a 10% discount of orders at Savile Rogue made before 13thm December. Just use the code 10TNS when making your order on their website.

Since 2006 Savile Rogue have been making the world’s finest football scarves. Traditional bar scarves only in soft, pure cashmere wool instead of cheap nylon. They also make other lovely stuff for the more stylish fan; cashmere beanie hats, socks, wrist-warmers, sweaters and so on.

You can see their wares at and follow them on Twitter @savilerogue.

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