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    oh my ive seen one like this before.
    it looks as if a very young child done this splashing paint.

    must have been a nightmare to produce.
    certainly very creative mate.

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    I thought I'd throw in the home team. For some reason the tops remind me of Lifesavers candy.




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    More bizarre than the strips themselves is the fact the same guy is standning next to himself 7 times !!!!
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    I don't know if anyone know's about the "retro shirts" they are making at the moment. I recently bought a "retro Leeds Utd 1990-1992" Shirt from JD Sports, it's like a new range but still the original Shirt. According to what the assistant said they are doing loads of "retro" Shirts but they are doing Clubs that apply to the region that that Shop is in. I think the Leeds one is good but not quite as good as the original one's from when they where new, though the design and material etc is 100% correct, it just misses something for me.

    I hoped as well that they may of added the Shors and Socks to the range but they said they had no plans to, but as much as I like the Shirt I feel i'd of been a tad un-happy with the Shorts going on what I know about the Shirt!

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    one i actually liked was the man u green and gold one

    pretty sure it was from the ninetues.

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    Was this the Thistle Hotels kit? I saw someone wearing one recently and thought it was in good nick considering it was pushing 20 years old.

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    Sports world are currently doing some retro shirts and even though i'm not a leeds fan i like the admiral one (home shirt) they are selling that had the L & U for the badge, brings back memories of that era

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    West Ham's claret & blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darren View Post
    one i actually liked was the man u green and gold one

    pretty sure it was from the ninetues.
    It was good that one, Darren no doubts at all. I recall too that Aston Villa one with a similar design with string that made that went round (sorry I can not think of another way to describe it) in that it copied how Shirts looked in the late 1800s to early 1900s - it looked quite novel I think.

    Another notable mention I'd give to Portsmouth's Home Shirt (the Season - I think before Guy Whittingham scored lot's of goals but Portsmouth lost out on Promotion on goal difference to the Premier Leauge to West Ham with 88 points and then lost in the Play Offs too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80sChav View Post
    It was good that one, Darren no doubts at all. I recall too that Aston Villa one with a similar design with string that made that went round (sorry I can not think of another way to describe it) in that it copied how Shirts looked in the late 1800s to early 1900s - it looked quite novel I think.

    Another notable mention I'd give to Portsmouth's Home Shirt (the Season - I think before Guy Whittingham scored lot's of goals but Portsmouth lost out on Promotion on goal difference to the Premier Leauge to West Ham with 88 points and then lost in the Play Offs too.
    Do you mean this one , I had this


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