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Feb 04, 2011   |  4:34PM AET

The Shirts That Hurt

The Shirts That Hurt

Perth Glory players have today put rivalries aside to promote The Shirts That Hurt campaign to help raise money for the Queensland Flood Victims.

Perth Glory players have today put rivalries aside to promote The Shirts That Hurt campaign to help raise money for the Queensland Flood Victims.

While Port Adelaide fan Adriano Pellegrino was brave enough to wear an Adelaide Crows jumper, Robbie Fowler showed his love for the Reds by wearing a Liverpool shirt with the name Torres splashed on the back.

“There is nothing wrong with the front of the shirt but it-s just the name on the back,” Fowler explained.

“With what-s happened this week it-s a shirt that not only myself but many Liverpool fans would rather not wear just yet.

“He (Torres) didn-t leave the club in great hands or great shape but thankfully they managed to go out and buy a couple of decent players.”

While Fowler feels a lot of Liverpool shirts like the one he wore today will now be surplus and left in cupboards, he said the money raised was going to a great cause.

Defender Josh Mitchell, a life long Manchester United fan changed into a Chelsea kit while Scott Neville paraded a LA Lakers jersey.

“I was a big Michael Jordan fan and he got the better of the Lakers a few times,” the young star said.

Collingwood fanatic Naum Sekulovski traded Black and White stripes for the Brown and Gold stripes of Hawthorn while Scotsman Steven McGarry became an All Black for the morning.

The day for you to wear The Shirts That Hurt is Friday, February 11. For more details go to www.mix.com.au