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Footballs coming home waistcoat made for England Womens coach Phil Neville

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By Sunday Herald Team , in Fashion , at June 20, 2019

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Football really felt like it was going to come home last year during the mens World Cup but alas were still waiting.

Were hoping the women will have more luck.

With the tournament underway in France, the waistcoat – made popular by Gareth Southgate – is back.

Head coach Phil Neville has adopted Southgates waistcoat look in the hope that it will bring luck to his team, who have won their last two games.

Last year, mobile phone brand Huawei tweeted an image of a photoshopped waistcoat with the famous Its coming home slogan stitched over it last year, and they made it a real thing.



So, now theyre making another one for Phil Neville, ahead of England womens clash against Japan.

Huawei unveiled the its coming home waistcoat revamped for the Womens World Cup (Picture: Ben Queenborough/PinPep)

The new waistcoat also has the initials PN stitched into it to show love to the boss.

The trendy top has been pictured around iconic French landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, Arc De Triomphe, and the Louvre.

Waistcoat encased in glass with england and france flags on either side
The slogan written on the case reads break in case of it coming home (Picture: Ben Queenborough/PinPep)

At the moment, its encased in a glass display with the words break in case of it coming home.

With the Huawei waistcoat capturing the magic of the Three Lions World Cup journey last summer, we felt it was only right to give our Lionesses the same support, explained Justin Costello from Huawei UK and Ireland.

With Phil Neville proving himself to be just as dapper as Gareth Southgate weve brought the waistcoat back with a minor adjustment just in case football does indeed come home.

Waistcoat outside Louvre
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