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My favourite of all our Adidas kits, and is why I really like the Warrior home kit from 2013/14 which was based on this.

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My favourite of all our Adidas kits, and is why I really like the Warrior home kit from 2013/14 which was based on this.

 

 

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I can remember watching one of my first Match of The Day games in colour and birmingham played in this strip! It was radical to say the least and looked good compared to seeing shirts in black and white!

 

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Also liked this 70's Palace shirt.

 

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Two of my mates who were city supporters had these 1974ish change strips. They also had a dark blue version with red and white diagonal as their 3rd strip when these were virtually unheard of.

 

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Been looking at pictures of old Liverpool shirts. This site, for example, is boss - http://www.liverpoolkits.com

I'm not bothered about football at all now, due to various personal reasons but mostly my ongoing battle with depression and anxiety. I don't mind admitting that I had a little cry while listening to "You'll Never Walk Alone", as it reminded me of just how much L.F.C. used to mean to me. Brilliant football club, brilliant city.

 

Chin up Tone. YNWA still makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. Special meaning to me as well (as Im sure it has to others).

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I don't mind admitting that I had a little cry while listening to "You'll Never Walk Alone", as it reminded me of just how much L.F.C. used to mean to me. Brilliant football club, brilliant city.

 

I spend way more time than I ought to need to defending the city and I'm not even from there. Amazing how a stereotype takes and sticks. 

 

I can't sing You'll Never Walk Alone as it always chokes me up a bit. Although as I never go to the match anymore it's not as much of an issue these days.

 

First match I went to after my grandad died I was blubbing like a child through it, he was a Newcastle supporter all his life but about the only member of my family who always said "he can support whoever the hell he wants" and always wanted us to do well. 

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Is right. Apparently Bill Shankly agreed a deal with Admiral to manufacture our kit, but details of the deal were somehow leaked to the press and the board vetoed it.

 

Good little book, this. You can get a second copy off Amazon, for just over a fiver, including delivery.

 

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Admiral made some cracking kits.

 

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In a poll some time ago the Wales team of the mid-70's was voted the ugliest team ever to take to the pitch and the guys in the top picture are doing very little to dispute the outcome of the poll. One phrase that sticks with me was a description of skipper, Peter Rodrigues as

' Looking like he had his face set on fire & put out with a shovel '

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I still have the replica of the home one that Umbro produced about a decade later, with 19 on the back.

Believe it or.not.... So do I.

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Believe it or.not.... So do I.

 

 

Last year, I bought the blue 3rd kit, an original from 1990, brand new and still sealed in its original bag. I'm never going to wear it but I had it as a kid and had to have it again. John Barnes and New Order are boss.

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We can't have worn that many times, though I do seem to recall one occasion, when John Barnes beat Dave Beasant from long range at The Dell.

 

I think Southampton away was the only place the full kit was worn, gold shirt, black shorts and socks.

 

We played a game at sunderland, roker park where they wore the gold shirt but with green shorts and socks! Hurt my fucking eyes that night, I tell yer.

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It would seem that my memory isn't what it was. We did wear the gold shirt (with black shorts and Saints socks?) v Southampton at The Dell. Barnes did score but their goalkeeper on that occasion was Grobbelaar not Beasant. We wore the ecru kit when Barnes beat Beasant from long range.

 

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