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  1. I'm moving house and will be without reliable internet until Thursday, so the thread title won't be updated for a little while. You lads behave in the interim. Celtic away - 60 quid, no long sleeve replicas sold to the dismay of many. Sponsorless tops immediately sold out; Southend have their first bespoke home shirt in years, with the waves seen on the crest repeated across the chest. The Shrimpers had been with Nike since 2003, but are now in the warm embrace of hummel Portsmouth are in the cold grasp of Nike, and wear a template you might recognize as being Livingston's home shirt except in blue and white with some red; After revealing a brilliant home shirt some time ago, Airdrieonians have debuted their away kit; the same design as the home with the white swapped out for black;
  2. Not a new shirt per se but still; guy on eBay stitched together the front of a Liverpool shirt and the back of a Celtic shirt. Not my listing, I take no responsibility. https://t.co/rQLq1eYHNM?amp=1 Wolves' new home kit was worn as an away shirt in white by Spain in 2018, and has been Orlando City's home shirt in purple since March 2019.
  3. Charleroi, the club from the Belgian city of the same name that coincidentally is the multiple time winner of the title 'Ugliest city in Europe', has let Kappa do a thing.
  4. The colour used here is called 'hyper-mint', the sponsor on the back is a nightmare; Willem II away shirt for 2019/2020, may see use in the Europa League.
  5. More stripes on the backs of shirts with Stoke; Luton ditch Puma and their standard templates, get Umbro to do three bespoke tops including a throwback to the (in)famous USA Salvage white home kit of the 90's, and then completely screw the pooch by still sticking to orange as the home shirt. They also botched the launch photoshoot, where most pictures taken make the orange look red;
  6. Barcode, back and front - WBA gives zero fucks. This is based on a classic 90's shirt;
  7. And people said Doncaster had fucked up hoops for a few years;
  8. Dundee Utd, downgrade on last year; Cheltenham and Lincoln both reveal their new Errea strips, the former continues its pinstripes on the back where the latter doesn't have the candy stripes on the reverse. Pretty piss poor from the Imps; Doncaster Rovers add grey to their strips for the first time ever;
  9. I really, really like this - Crewe's new away shirt. Half of their fans love it, and the other half are fuming at the mouth over the use of black, white, and gold (coincidentally the colours of rivals Port Vale). Anyone fancy a lager? Also, Belgian side Sint Truiden - yellow at home, black gold on the road;
  10. 'Member when they had Indian owners who recoloured it to match the Indian flag? DutchBorderer 'members. This coincided with a shirt that had green and yellow splashes that were supposed to emulate the droplets from a showerhead, matching the sponsor at the time; https://club25football.wordpress.com/2020/01/06/birmingham-city-1992-1993-home-shirt/ Morecambe home and away - cue the Macron fan brigade. Shrimps are celebrating their centenary year, hence the crest and gold applications.
  11. PSV Eindhoven home shirt, first by Puma following half a decade in Umbro garb. The replica sells for 81.50 GBP once converted from Euros while the player-spec version goes for 126 GBP. Dortmund, meanwhile, is keen for fans to plop down 68 Pounds / 83 Euros for their new shirts but doesn't think extending the pattern to the back is worth the effort. Perhaps this was done to ensure that fans will only get laughed at from the front. Where Chelsea's new sponsor is 3, Dortmund's is 2.
  12. Are we sure that this isn't a very elaborate troll by a Motherwell fan seeking to make a fool out of Airdrieonians? Something similar to, but more impressive than, the brave Walsall fan who once paid fifty quid to have Darlington include the name Mr. Poopoo on a shirt - with Darlo actually acquiescing;
  13. You're actually bang on, Brighton have been using this training top for a season or two now (shitty graphic taken from BHA's own online store).
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