Competition: Win a Savile Rogue cashmere football scarf in Blackpool colours

We’ve teamed up with Savile Rogue to give you the chance to win one of the world’s finest cashmere football scarves in Blackpool colours.

Savile Rogue scarves give a nod to football terraces of yesteryear, shunning in-your-face logos and cheap nylon in favour of a traditional design and the comfort, quality and warmth of top grade wool. It’s the sort of scarf you would be happy to wear even when you’re not at the match.

In one of Measured Progress’ previous guises, we gave away a scarf in a similar competition and the winner was highly complimentary – as such it’s a product we’re more than happy to endorse.

To get your hands on one, just tweet the answer* to the following question to @onedavebamber and @SavileRogue:

“Only one of Blackpool’s goals during the 2010/11 Premier League season was scored by a current squad member. Who is that player?

Measured Progress will select a winner at random from the correct answers – our decision will be final. The closing date is 30th November and unfortunately we can’t accept entries from outside the UK. You can pick your prize from any of the cashmere scarves priced at £58.95.

If you’re not lucky enough to win – or if you’re starting to think about Christmas presents – you can use the discount code PROGRESS13 to get 10% off any order before November 30.

Good luck!

*or answer in the comments below

Update: Congratulations to our winner, Will Cooper, who answered correctly and had his name picked out of the random draw. The answer was of course Craig Cathcart, who scored Blackpool’s opening goal in the 3-2 defeat at home to Manchester United.

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