17/18 home and away kits ?

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  1. blue b4 the moon

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    Haha to be fair 1880 is the date Gary is leaning too anyway, at the moment.

    Whatever the real date it does prove however that we do indeed have history before 2008/1992. ;)
     
  2. blueparrot

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    No it's not read his post again he is saying for Manchester City it is 1894.
     
  3. Gary James

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    1894 - MCFC
    1880 - earliest known game of St Mark's at the moment
    1884 - earliest known use of the white cross by Gorton AFC (not St Mark's).

    Hope this helps.
     
  4. CrownPointBlue

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    Or GOLD picking up the thread from the badge.
     
  5. MerlinsBeard

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    A golden yellow like the mid-90's? Maybe, but as it is it's too bright and not to my taste. What's wrong with sticking to our classic colours?
     
  6. MerlinsBeard

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    Training kit?
     
  7. blue banks

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    In fairness, this is only a one-off limited edition jersey made by Adidas, Celebrating Earth Day and the MLS's Greener Goals initiative.

    Yuck, yes, but a positive message.
     
  8. hateutd

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    me too....
     
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  10. GeekinGav

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    the was the complexity of the eagle badge as a whole that was the concern for Nike. In their Thai sweat shops, sewing the badge on as it was would have taken several minutes at least for each shirt, therefore slowing down the completion of each shirt, meaning they'd cost more in labour costs. So they added the shield as its a simple shape to sew on, therefore quicker and cheaper. The same goes for the Spurs Cock.
     

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