Bread and Circuses

Bread and Circuses
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It was Juvenal, a Roman poet active in the late first and early second century AD, who coined the phrase "Bread and circuses", referring to a superficial means of public appeasement, the generation public approval, not by excellence in public service or public policy, but by diversion, distraction or by satisfying the most immediate or base requirements of a populace, by offering a palliative, for example food (bread) or entertainment (circuses). Sounds familiar? We camouflage this age-old idea in the form of our own modern brand. (Black shirt)

Unisex sizes small (36inch chest/90cms), medium (40inch/100cms), large (44inch/110cms), XL (48inch/120cms) and XXL (52inch/130 cms). Available as listed in drop-down menu below. 

Gift wrapping service. With exclusive Philosophy Football wrapping paper and gift tag. To personalise your gift tag type the message you would like us to include in the box provided below


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