Everton return to amber for new away strip

Friday, 7 August, 2020 92comments  |  Jump to last
Everton have launched the away kit for next season, the second strip designed by new technical partner hummel, a call back to the classic amber and blue of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Everton's seventh league championship, which saw players wearing the much-loved amber away strip as Harry Catterick's side claimed the 1969-70 title with two games to spare. A few months before sealing the title, World Cup winner Alan Ball first showcased his distinctive white hummel boots at a home game with Coventry City.

The new away shirt features hummel's iconic chevrons in blue across the shoulders and sleeves, and blue piping on the sleeves. It also has a contrasting neckline in blue, creating a clean and minimalist look that complements the style of the popular 2020/21 home strip — which last month became Everton's fastest ever selling home kit.

In a tribute to the Everton teams of the early 1970s, the back-of-neck of the new away shirt features a retro EFC scroll detail.

The blue shorts feature the hummel chevrons in amber contrast on the outer leg and the kit is completed with dark amber socks with blue chevrons on the front.β€― Both the shirt and shorts are finished with a tonal badge detail.

The 2020-21 away goalkeeper's kit continues the home kit's theme of bright and bold colours. The striking pink and black strip features the same soundwave graphic as the home kit. The goalkeeper's jersey, which has seen design collaboration with the club's keepers, is again only available in short sleeves.

The new hummel away kit is available to order via evertondirect.com from 8am on Friday 7 August or to buy in store at Everton One and Everton Two from 10am on Friday 7 August. Supporters can also purchase a selection of items from hummel's new black and grey Everton 2020-21 away training range.

 

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Bobby Mallon
1 Posted 07/08/2020 at 08:09:53
I like it.
Craig Walker
2 Posted 07/08/2020 at 08:11:47
I love this. I think the home and away kits are the best we’ve had in years. Looking at the launch poster though, has there ever been a worse set of stars to show off the new kit? Davies, Iwobi, Walcott? Great kit. Crap team.
Agi Harrar
3 Posted 07/08/2020 at 08:13:40
Fantastic news... I remember when Bally & Co wore it in the seventies... Hopefully we can repeat some of the success.
David Chait
4 Posted 07/08/2020 at 08:33:21
Great looking kit!
Lester Yip
5 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:03:31
Agree. This kits looks great! Hopefully our performance is as good. Walcott in right in the middle. Does it imply he will stay or just being available when photo shoot happened?
Derek Knox
6 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:08:17
Yes, I quite like both kits myself, but I won't be joining the stampede to get them. They will change it again next year and, while I like it, it is very likely as things stand, those who purchase either the home or away kit or both, will be wearing them in front of the Telly!
Stephen Vincent
7 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:15:16
Love it, prayers answered.

Can't imagine Gordon West in the goal keepers kit though.

Tony Everan
8 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:30:37
I like this kit, it reminds me of a fantastic '70s away kit I proudly wore as a little boy.

http://www.toffs.com/everton-1972-1975-away-retro-football-shirt

Does the electrocardiogram on the goalie's shirt represent Jordan's heartbeat when a cross comes in?

Matthew Williams
9 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:39:51
At long last!

A smart move by the club (for a change).

If only we could build a worthy team of wearing it.

Onwards... I hope.

Derek Knox
10 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:49:46
Tony @8, possibly, or could be the positions of his tongue, or, the expansions and contractions of his crimper when a shot comes over! :-)
Brian Murray
11 Posted 07/08/2020 at 09:57:38
Boss away kit and allows us all to reminisce about the title win with Bally. Well, we are a 'museum' club, according to the owner. Cue welling of eyes by his sidekick.
Brian Harrison
12 Posted 07/08/2020 at 10:10:11
When I see Everton in a yellow kit, Alan Ball always springs to mind with his white boots.
Andrew Clare
13 Posted 07/08/2020 at 10:14:49
Great Everton players wore those colours. How different it is going to be now.
Matthew Williams
14 Posted 07/08/2020 at 10:32:42
I likes it, okay!
Dave Evans
15 Posted 07/08/2020 at 10:34:36
Look on the bright side, Andrew: when we get beat, we can be moody and look cool.
Steve Brown
16 Posted 07/08/2020 at 10:36:22
Great kit, looks excellent!

Not sure about the 'more than eleven' strapline. Is that how many players we need on the pitch to get a result?

Rennie Smith
17 Posted 07/08/2020 at 11:13:48
Walcott is probably offside in that picture... πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
Craig Walker
18 Posted 07/08/2020 at 11:15:30
"More than eleventh" should be the strapline.
Stephen Vincent
19 Posted 07/08/2020 at 11:32:04
Brian, it's not yellow – it's amber!
Dan Nulty
20 Posted 07/08/2020 at 11:55:12
If the next transfer window closes and we haven't signed any Man Utd cast-offs, this will be the first kit I buy in years. I love it.
Phil (Kelsall) Roberts
21 Posted 07/08/2020 at 11:59:29
My memories from being in my teens and a season ticket holder (Thanks Dad) – we always lost when playing in yellow/amber.

18 May 1968 comes to mind {tears}

Danny O’Neill
22 Posted 07/08/2020 at 12:12:35
I like it. Now can we have some decent players to wear it?!!
Will Mabon
23 Posted 07/08/2020 at 12:41:23
Looks like they've been hit over the head with a tennis racquet. Apart from that, pretty good.
Martin Reppion
24 Posted 07/08/2020 at 12:42:20
This is great. Finally, apart from reverting to the kit I remember as a kid, a change kit that makes the '3rd' choice kit redundant. There is no team in the league that clash with both our Royal Blue and this classic (unless we get Shrewsbury in the cup maybe?).

I have long believed that we should take the rugby route of only changing if there is a genuine clash of colours and not in order to maximise the selling of replica shirts to the gullible. Norwich and Watford both wore change kits at Goodison last year. Completely senseless.

And yes, I know why they do it. It's just, as a dinosaur, I don't like it.

Phil Sammon
25 Posted 07/08/2020 at 12:45:01
Not sure about the bright orange socks. Odd choice.
Justin Doone
26 Posted 07/08/2020 at 12:47:36
Not a fan of the yellow amber colour but the kit design, like the home kit is very good.

The goalkeepers top is ugly. The pattern ruined a lovely green top and I just do not like pink so it's even worse.

Mark Dunford
27 Posted 07/08/2020 at 12:53:42
Great to see us returning to amber. At long last. Not so keen on the pink.

Jamie Crowley
28 Posted 07/08/2020 at 13:25:33
Love it. BUT!

That pink keeper kit was designed with quite a sense of humor apparently. Someone in the design team thinks Jordan’s a train wreck, because they put heart monitor blips all over the jersey.

Paul Jones
29 Posted 07/08/2020 at 13:40:59
I like the colours of the kit but the collar is strange. Then the collar of the shirt in our most successful period in the eighties was odd. Let us hope it is a good omen.
Neil Cremin
30 Posted 07/08/2020 at 14:03:03
Phil,

Jeff Astle of West Brom...

Ouch!

Bill Gall
31 Posted 07/08/2020 at 14:11:17
Rather they made more progress on getting decent players to wear it. We are trying to organize a good team, not a fashion show. As my wife would say about Pickford, doesn't he look pretty in pink.
Francis van Lierop
32 Posted 07/08/2020 at 14:36:43
That's the first away kit in ages that I really like.
Barry Rathbone
33 Posted 07/08/2020 at 14:57:29
Couldn't stand it back in the day – always reminded of days of borrowing bits of kit to get a game on, so jarring were the colours.

In all my years, I'm struggling to think of any marketing campaign or successful company where half amber and half blue figured as a "good idea"...

Can't believe people like it.

Brian Murray
34 Posted 07/08/2020 at 14:57:58
Hopefully Pickford won’t have a chance to wear it.
Phil (Kelsall) Roberts
35 Posted 07/08/2020 at 14:58:28
Neil - #30 and I lost the scarf knitted by my aunt on the way back to Euston. She had died 5 years earlier in her early 30s.

In my early teens, I realised there were more important things than Everton losing.

Soren Moyer
36 Posted 07/08/2020 at 15:24:41
I'd rather have a "new set of players" than a new kit, tbh!
Mike Gaynes
37 Posted 07/08/2020 at 15:29:14
Well, we had unanimity for a few hours there.

I don't have the memory association, because I never saw the club play back then, but I like this a lot.

Frank Crewe
38 Posted 07/08/2020 at 16:38:47
Love the old gold shirts. Takes me back to when I was a lad in the '60s and I had one myself.

@ Phil @35,
"In my early teens, I realised there were more important things than Everton losing."

Yeah. Like Everton winning.

Martin Berry
39 Posted 07/08/2020 at 16:52:30
Very smart... Where's me shert!
Tom Bowers
40 Posted 07/08/2020 at 17:23:04
One bad memory in those coloured shirts. The awful 1968 FA Cup Final that we were destined to lose after beating West Bromwich Albion twice in the league.
Ben Attwood
41 Posted 07/08/2020 at 17:39:53
I would rather the time was invested in new players rather than new kits.

Just 5 weeks until the season starts... what are the odds that the team vs Bournemouth is exactly the same as for match 1 of the new season???

James Newcombe
42 Posted 07/08/2020 at 18:03:20
I like it, it’s not as good as the early 90s Beardo yellow kit though.
Fran Mitchell
43 Posted 07/08/2020 at 18:20:07
Nice shirt... but that line-up.

Walcott at the front, Iwobi and Davies... Lord help us.

Coleman is captain, so fair (if not still good) enough. And Gordon is the new kid on the block so fair enough. But the other 3 hopefully don't get more than 20 sub appearances between them next season.

Shaun McGough
44 Posted 07/08/2020 at 18:24:46
Brilliant kit.

I have heard stories that the badge on the home kit is not attached well to the shirt... has anyone found this to be true? I hope not and it is just gossip. I cannot wait to get my grandson this kit. I may even get an away top for myself, love the EFC logo on back.

Fran Mitchell
45 Posted 07/08/2020 at 18:34:12
I wonder if this kit would be up for sale in Brazil? It ain't too dissimilar to the Brazilian Golden kits and, with Richarlison being one of Brazil's current favourite exports, our shirt could well be popular.

It would be nice having young Brazilians supporting Everton – when I was there and they would generally ask "Who?" when I said who I supported, and they asked "Why not Manchester City?", "Why not Manchester United?' 'Why not Chelsea?'

But this kit would look smart down the Piers and Boardwalks of Brazil's beaches.

Michael Lynch
46 Posted 07/08/2020 at 19:15:54
It would be alright except for the disgusting collar and the Cazoo logo.

Problem is, when you compare it with the simplicity of the kit it's based on, it just looks cheap and nasty.

5 out of 10 for me.

Tamhas Woods
47 Posted 07/08/2020 at 19:47:34
The old farts on here are reminiscing about legends doing great things vs hosts in blue.

Personally, this just reminds me of a slog at West Brom (about nine years ago) which we lost 1-0. Bilyaletdinov was sent off, we were awful.

Also makes me think of Bent's 94th minute equaliser vs us at Leicester, that bloke being killed by flying debris after the match. The season we only won one away game.

The list goes on.

Kieran Kinsella
48 Posted 07/08/2020 at 20:29:11
Couldn't they get some of the better players in the pic?
Steven Astley
49 Posted 07/08/2020 at 21:29:45
Goalie away kit is atrocious!
Peter Mills
50 Posted 07/08/2020 at 22:01:11
Did we have a yellow/amber 3rd kit in the early 60s? I seem to remember our 2nd kit was white with black shorts, but on the sole occasion that both blue and white shirts clashed with the opposition, i.e. away at Blackburn Rovers, we played in yellow.

Anyone remember?

Bill Gall
51 Posted 07/08/2020 at 22:21:45
Let's face it, these kits are just made to entice the younger generation to buy one. Hopefully we will sell lots as I am fed up seeing you-know-who's shirts being worn.
Allan Board
52 Posted 07/08/2020 at 22:27:18
Well, it is bright yellow! So perhaps our lot will be able to see each other now – make a bloody change!
Hywel Owen
53 Posted 07/08/2020 at 22:46:50
Note that we are sponsored by Cazoo, who feature a bloke buying a car without even seeing it. I reckon we bought most of our players without seeing them.

We don't need fancy shirts, we need a squad who can play football. It does not matter what this gang of duffers in the club wear – they'll still be useless!

Iakovos Iasonidis
54 Posted 07/08/2020 at 22:47:02
I like it, really nice effort. I would love the home kit to have the collar white like this one has it blue. Overall good job from Hummel. The goalkeeper's shirt is shit though...
John Boon
55 Posted 07/08/2020 at 23:35:22
Tamhas Woods (47)... Bit of a tiger in your comments.

I am one of the old farts who actually saw Everton win things. I sincerely hope you are able to see other such eras on the horizon.

I go along with Bill Gall (31); I am far more interested in the ability of the players inside the shirts, as long as the main shirt is blue. As for the second shirt, I don't care if it is yellow with black and green dots with matching shorts, pink boots and silver and gold socks... as long as it helps us win!!!

Don Alexander
56 Posted 08/08/2020 at 00:22:12
The "sell-line" being "more than eleven" leads me ask the squad, "More than eleven of what?"

Answers on a postcard please lads. I don't see more than eleven of anything I cherish to be honest.

Kieran Kinsella
57 Posted 08/08/2020 at 00:51:15
Don Alexander,

I assume it means: β€œWe've more than 11 players so the men in this picture are surplus and available for sale.”

Derek Thomas
59 Posted 08/08/2020 at 01:43:35
Lakovos @54,

So is the keeper, so it won't matter.

This "More than 11" bollocks is just another of these slogans that are the craze now and are borderline kopite-ish... I for one can do without them.

I would hazard a guess it's a re-work of the All Black / NZ ethos thing... '15 on the field and 5 Million in the bench'. Which is true for them, as they see themselves.

Jay Harris
60 Posted 08/08/2020 at 04:03:31
I assume it means synergy which is 11 players playing like 12 or in Liverpool's and Man Utd's case 11 players plus the ref.

Unless there are significant developments in the close season, I would say they need to change that to "Less than 11".

Colin Glassar
61 Posted 08/08/2020 at 06:40:16
Only Seamus Coleman and Anthony Gordon deserve to wear that shirt, the other three have been an embarrassment this season.

Love the shirt colour, don't like the neck.

Bob Parrington
62 Posted 08/08/2020 at 07:06:38
Smart pick-out Colin! Maybe add Davies as he is certainly a tryer if not a 'give-up-merchant' like some.
Joe McMahon
63 Posted 08/08/2020 at 07:14:14
Like this away kit, not fussy.

Colin - I agree, I always prefered the collars of the '70s

Lester @5, let's face it, Walcott is at the front as he, along with Gomes, are the handsome fellas.

Everyone – agreed talent-wise it's not Man City (or unfortunately the other lot).

The goalkeeker pink kit is minging, certainly for Pickford – it should also come with a red nose and large bow tie that squirts water and size 32 foam football boots.


Paul Birmingham
64 Posted 08/08/2020 at 08:31:15
We will need every bit of good fortune and luck we can get.

These colours in the 60s and early 70s represented Everton teams, that gave their all, on the park.

The colour's good but the team has to be proud of wearing that shirt. For the life in me, the level of performance after lockdown overall was abysmal.

I hope they're on a Spartan regime to get focused on their return to training, because the squad must be tuned for a fast good start.

No more excuses, the nice kit can't mask the real issues. Let's hope that a true leader on and off the pitch is found.

Brian Murray
65 Posted 08/08/2020 at 09:26:46
Paul.

The leaders you're looking for are not the 'in your face' Peter Reid types anymore. These timid souls would run straight to their agent or the press if anyone dared scream or shake them to show some kahunas.

It needs to be a collective thing and, when you see the likes of Man City last night, how they work like demons to get possession back, the only thing in common we have is we play with the same shaped ball.

Let's hope Man City get the two or three players they need and get back their dominance until we are ready to challenge. Over to you, Marcel and Carlo.

Tony Everan
66 Posted 08/08/2020 at 13:03:28
Brian, I watched Man City last night and was impressed with their work rate. Crisp accurate passing helps. As does constant movement off the ball to find space. Their midfielders were impressive really driving forward at every opportunity from midfield to compromise Real's defensive shape.

We won't be signing Kevin de Brunye just yet but that work rate, movement and crisp accurate passing should be the foundation of any club with aspirations such as ours.

Dave Abrahams
67 Posted 08/08/2020 at 13:15:04
Tony (66), β€œConstant moving off the ball” – that says a lot to me. You rarely see it off Everton and don't mention crisp accurate passing. We don't seem to practice either of those traits at Finch Farm...

Mind you, we don't seem to practice anything in training, watching the results when we actually play.

Brian Murray
68 Posted 08/08/2020 at 13:53:15
Also, yes, we know we haven't the quality of De Bruyne but fitness should be as good as, if not better than, the top teams to compensate. It's not rocket science but even that seems to be beyond the coaches at Finch Farm. Carlo included.

Let's at least get a mean fighting machine... although that phrase alone would scare flowers like Gomes and Sigurdsson.

Dick Fearon
69 Posted 08/08/2020 at 14:02:08
The important thing about our strip is that our home colours of Blue and White with the crest are by far the most important symbol of the club. We should wear those colours at every opportunity.

A few years ago, in the final of a pre season carnival in Singapore, with a crowd of 50,000 and TV audience across Asia and Australasia said to be a billion, we played in a black strip while Arsenal our opponents wore their traditional Red and White. There was a lot of complaints from Everton supporters in these parts about that.

Colin Glassar
70 Posted 08/08/2020 at 14:08:17
Paul 64, was thinking the very same. I had the honour and privilege of watching The Holy Trinity live, and in full Technicolor, as a young boy. Not only them but Labone, Hurst, Whittle, Royle and all the other legends. That kit means a lot to us who can remember those golden years.
Tony Hill
71 Posted 08/08/2020 at 14:15:34
Dave @67, that's the great mystery not just about this side but about other sides we've had over recent years; also, our ball retention is appalling as an inevitable consequence. God knows where it all comes from. We are the most ponderous and predictable side to watch.
Tony Everan
72 Posted 08/08/2020 at 14:21:01
Yes Dave, Our midfield comes in for a right old hiding, but our front boys need to be more active when the midfield is in possession.

There is lots to love about Calvert-Lewin and even more to love about Richarlison but in some respects they need to be more available and find that moment of space, or intelligent run to give a midfielder an option.

The boys up front have done relatively well but I feel they are part of the jigsaw that needs to improve when it comes to having a fully functioning midfield. At times, they can be very static and thus allowing the opposition to keep their shape and defend much easier.

I think we have to consider a formation change too. The 4-4-2 concerns me, it sees us overwhelmed in midfield far too often. There is a predictability about the formation that allows managers of lesser teams to overcome it without having to think too hard .

More thought has to be given to using the fluid formation 4-3-3 in attack reverting to 4-5-1 in defence. For instance:

Pickford
Kenny Holgate Mina Digne
Richarlison Buendia Allan Gomes Gordon
Calvert-Lewin or Moise Kean

There is enough strength and talent in the central areas to bring Richarlison and Gordon always into attack, so more of a 4-3-3. Also, it can be done by signing two players: Allan and Buendia.

Brian Murray
73 Posted 08/08/2020 at 14:22:04
Dick Fearon, #69.

I agree about the home kit, most important and especially the badge. But don't you think we should ditch the Latin wording because we don't adhere to or care to get to them levels, whether it be on or off the pitch. It's just hollow words to me anyway.

Neil Cremin
74 Posted 08/08/2020 at 14:44:08
Phil
Sorry about your scarf and its link to your aunt.

I had just start following Everton 2 years earlier and with a second cup final in three years felt it was going to be a wonderful journey. It was good in the late '60s and early '70s.

Wonderful in the mid '80s but in the last 25 years a torturous journey. An my biggest fear is I do not see it getting better unless we pick up a gem of a midfield dynamo like Morrissey, Ball, or Reid who will drive the team forward and take no prisoners or passengers.

Max Murphy
75 Posted 08/08/2020 at 15:55:59
Jamie #28 Brilliant!
Geoff Lambert
76 Posted 08/08/2020 at 16:34:29
It could be more than eleventh, as in where we can finish next season.
Billy Roberts
77 Posted 08/08/2020 at 20:57:49
Sorry, I have no affiliation with this kit.

I'm sorry, it's horrible. Amber? And navy blue??? It's like Barry Rathbone said, a kit you were given at a school tournament,

To make it even worse, in the footage of Everton wearing it, the socks were always a darker shade. Apparently, this new kit is copying this awful style

Everton have had loads of brilliant away kits over the years, they need to stick to one, like the 1890s black and white hoops, not this, this amber and navy kit is appalling.

And so is the neck!!! Shite. Home kit is superb.

Don Alexander
78 Posted 08/08/2020 at 23:50:53
Dick (#69), I recall that PR disaster kit to a world-wide audience, and thinking at the time that we must have had some totally useless, befuddled (to put it mildly) chairman in charge who allowed it, whilst seeking as much money as possible for himself at all times in every process.

Any pro-Kenwright fans want to venture a guess as to who else I mean?

Dick Fearon
79 Posted 09/08/2020 at 02:11:38
Brian @ 73, the motto has been our only touch of class. It is better than that of the RS: "We are Liverpool and it means..."

Add your own ending to it.

Derek Thomas
80 Posted 09/08/2020 at 08:40:54
Tony @72,

You say: "The 4-4-2 concerns me, it sees us overwhelmed in midfield far too often." – Yet you want us to go 4-3-3 when attacking.

Mate, it's not the formation or even the quantity, it's the general overall quality of what we have... or – in our case – don't have.

We could play 6 (and have done before now) from any of the usual suspects and still be over-run. We are, not to put too fine a point on it, absolute shite in midfield.

Back in the day when Rogers and Suarez were blowing titles at Palace, we were miles behind in that mental effort and intensity (forget skill and talent for the time being) that in real terms, cost nothing... and it's got worse!

I feel the club – Brands especially, then Moshiri and by extension Ancelotti – have to show significant improvement very quickly... the term 'Last Chance Saloon' comes to mind – or is that too harsh... I'm not too sure.

Benn Chambers
81 Posted 09/08/2020 at 08:48:07
I really like this kit. I think our aways should always be this colour combo. I associate it with us. You can get adventurous with the third strip.

I do wish they'd drop that slogan though. β€˜More than Eleven'. The timing of it was impeccable: we are more than 11 – we finished 12th – which is embarrassing given the spend. You couldn't write it πŸ˜‚

Paul Harris
84 Posted 09/08/2020 at 13:06:30
Shaun 44,

I recently purchased the training shorts worn once and logo hanging off – should be embroidered on, not stuck on.

Paul Jones
85 Posted 09/08/2020 at 17:49:06
Would have been better with a round neck, quirky neck likely to put in "hall of shame kits" – an opportunity missed.

The plus for Everton is that we have not gone down the sport franchise road of "player issue" and "sweat shop" replica, like Liverpool.

Philip McKeown
86 Posted 10/08/2020 at 12:07:35
Hopefully they bring out a short-sleeve version for Pickford too.
Dennis Stevens
87 Posted 10/08/2020 at 12:51:40
Lol, Philip!

A cynic might think they're hoping Pickford will respond "I'd rather leave than wear that kit!"

Mike Kehoe
88 Posted 10/08/2020 at 12:59:14
Iwobi is working on his tousled smoulder...
Darren Hind
89 Posted 11/08/2020 at 06:31:12
Nice kit.
Bob Parrington
90 Posted 13/08/2020 at 13:55:29
OMG the lack of news is deafening. Are we doing anything to sign suitable players or not? 13 August 2020
John Raftery
91 Posted 13/08/2020 at 14:34:38
Bob (90),

It would not surprise me if you are asking the same question on 13 September 2020. It will surprise me if we sign more than three players in the whole window which is open until 5 October.

Tony Shelby
92 Posted 13/08/2020 at 16:10:31
More Than Eleven

Correct. We need more than eleven new players to be any kind of threat in the Premier League next season...

Patrick McFarlane
93 Posted 13/08/2020 at 16:51:17
Sounds like the club have sold more than eleven of those amber shirts according to the club via the Echo.

The hummel-designed amber and blue strip, inspired by the one worn by the club in the late 1960s and early 70s, has become the fastest selling away top in Blues' history.

Everton revealed the kit last Friday and overall first day sales eclipsed the previous record, set by the 2017 grey and blue design by Umbro, by 44%.


Terry McLavey
94 Posted 13/08/2020 at 18:11:21
A bit worried Walcott in the front man!
Phil (Kelsall) Roberts
95 Posted 13/08/2020 at 18:22:04
Patrick #93

So we sold 10 this time but only 7 in 2017.

3 more shirts at Β£55 = Β£165. Revenue just rolling in! Will be able to afford biscuits in the board room at home matches now.

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