Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones 2014 Mick Jagger's Rock N Roll Brazil Soccer Mouth T-Shirt -Large

$25.00
  • Rolling Stones 2014 Mick Jagger's Rock N Roll Brazil Soccer Mouth T-Shirt -Large

Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones 2014 Mick Jagger's Rock N Roll Brazil Soccer Mouth T-Shirt -Large

$25.00

• UNISEX SIZING: LG
• Material: 100% Cotton
• Shoulder to shoulder: 21."
• Armpit to armpit: 20.5."
• Width across bottom: 21.5"
• Length top to bottom on the backside: 29

Mick Jagger Is Being Blamed for Brazil's World Cup Thrashing in 2014

Mick Jagger has an abysmal record at the World Cup. Not simply because the Rolling Stones singer supports his national side — the perennially disappointing England — but because he has developed a reputation for jinxing any team he supports. And after the 7-1 thrashing Germany unleashed on Brazil, he has ensured that his legendary curse will go down in history — at least in the eyes of Brazilians.

The legend of Jagger’s Jinx began in South Africa during the 2010 World Cup, where he attended matches to support England, the U.S. and Brazil in separate games — and saw all of them defeated. Brazilians supposedly blamed Jagger for their 2010 loss to the Netherlands on a Brazilian shirt he wore.

When the World Cup kicked off in Brazil, locals were understandably anxious to ward off Jagger’s bad mojo. He was nicknamed Pé Frio — literally “cold foot,” which is used to describe a person who brings bad luck.

With the Rolling Stones on tour during the group stages of the World Cup, soccer fans hoped he would be too distracted to do any harm. But, as AP noted in a report dated June 25, this was not to be realized.

By STEPHANIE BURNETT
July 9, 2014 Time

  • Gallery
  • Description

• UNISEX SIZING: LG
• Material: 100% Cotton
• Shoulder to shoulder: 21."
• Armpit to armpit: 20.5."
• Width across bottom: 21.5"
• Length top to bottom on the backside: 29

Mick Jagger Is Being Blamed for Brazil's World Cup Thrashing in 2014

Mick Jagger has an abysmal record at the World Cup. Not simply because the Rolling Stones singer supports his national side — the perennially disappointing England — but because he has developed a reputation for jinxing any team he supports. And after the 7-1 thrashing Germany unleashed on Brazil, he has ensured that his legendary curse will go down in history — at least in the eyes of Brazilians.

The legend of Jagger’s Jinx began in South Africa during the 2010 World Cup, where he attended matches to support England, the U.S. and Brazil in separate games — and saw all of them defeated. Brazilians supposedly blamed Jagger for their 2010 loss to the Netherlands on a Brazilian shirt he wore.

When the World Cup kicked off in Brazil, locals were understandably anxious to ward off Jagger’s bad mojo. He was nicknamed Pé Frio — literally “cold foot,” which is used to describe a person who brings bad luck.

With the Rolling Stones on tour during the group stages of the World Cup, soccer fans hoped he would be too distracted to do any harm. But, as AP noted in a report dated June 25, this was not to be realized.

By STEPHANIE BURNETT
July 9, 2014 Time