Saw this leaked as our new first shirt. [It's not, see Comments — Ed] If it's real I think its a big improvement on last year's.
Looks like the new change shirt will be pink and black too. Check out the link.
Miles Wilson, Posted 28/05/2010 at 20:23:30
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1 Posted 28/05/2010 at 21:42:34
2 Posted 28/05/2010 at 21:55:03
3 Posted 28/05/2010 at 21:50:42
4 Posted 28/05/2010 at 22:20:50
I loved 1984-1985.
5 Posted 29/05/2010 at 00:44:37
Many fans on this site have for years suggested that we need to get a Nike or an Adidas strip or that a traditional amber away strip again would be the way to go... but who makes the decision? How many fans get an input into what is made and if so, who gets asked?
I personally think we are missing the boat by not using a big-name supplier. How many airports around the world have sports shops with Milan, Utd, Chelsea, Barca, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Inter shirts etc — and then the odd Villa and even Newcastle shirt because of Nike or Adidas? These companies have their own outlet shops also and always have football shirts available for fans.
Since moving to Australia 4 years ago, this was the first season I finally managed to see an Everton shirt for sale but I could've bought any Nike/Adidas shirt of any team in Europe or the US during this time. If we want Everton to be as big as the the above teams again, isn't about time we used a kit supplier that is a global brand?
6 Posted 29/05/2010 at 01:06:54
I agree with Andy, I don't think LCS are the best brand for Everton to be using... and also why the hell not ask the fans to at least choose the basic colours?
7 Posted 29/05/2010 at 02:05:41
8 Posted 29/05/2010 at 03:39:11
But often times with Adidas and Nike stuff, you get the cookie cutter treatment — one uniform template for everybody with appropriate color adjustments, unless you're Barca or somebody. But I have to agree, Nike and Adidas are more recognizable and might sell a few more shirts for the coffers.
9 Posted 29/05/2010 at 10:54:23
10 Posted 29/05/2010 at 13:00:48
11 Posted 29/05/2010 at 17:19:07
12 Posted 31/05/2010 at 09:16:35
13 Posted 05/06/2010 at 22:31:50
It was meant to give those who cannot afford a new home jersey every season a bit of respite, especially parents of the "want it now" generation (own fault). EFC obviously did not sign up!
Anyway, as long as it's royal blue.
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