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      Pie and Bovril Nostalgia Mobile Phone Cases!   12/09/18

      We are delighted to have partnered up with Nostalgia Cases to offer a huge range of fantastic Scottish Football phone cases to our visitors. These high quality cases are available in a range of retro and up to date designs and there variations available for all Premiership, Championship and League 1 clubs as well as four of the League 2 teams. Within each club there are a range of choices. You'll find it difficult to choose! This is an Edinburgh based start-up, and they also provide a custom design service so if there is a kit you don't see that you'd love for your phone you can get in touch with them and they'll add it to their range. Naturally there is a HUGE support for all the major phone manufacturers and models and what's more delivery in the UK is completely FREE. What's even better is that Pie and Bovril users can get 10% off their order using the coupon code PIEANDBOV Take a look and browse the full range for your favourite club by clicking through to the website below. https://bit.ly/2M5laZs

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I miss a good solid gold number. Loved that one we had as the away kit a few seasons ago with the black trims.

Home kit hopefully still white with gold and black. Wonder if we'll get the Orange sash trolling again this season in anticipation

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The Black and gold band should always be horizontal on any Dumbarton strips. 

 

Whilst I'd usually agree, our Admiral kits before the magical Umbro diamond sleeve/ shorts combo came along were really smart. I wore it with pride to PE. I have an enduring image of Jocky Whiteford filling the Admiral kit to its limit !

 

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2 hours ago, Reggie Perrin said:

3rd kit is hideous.

The lighting in that photo doesn't do it justice. It makes it look more grey than it is. It's all pale blue / sky blue a la Manchester City. Not sure the exact shade yet though, we've not had a physical sample of any of the kits yet, just graphics. The first two are being custom made for the Centenary, and the "Home" one has about 1700 names subliminally printed in the fabric as paid for by fans to commemorate the Centenary. I think the 3rd one is probably just an off the shelf light blue one though. Apparently we wore a light blue kit for a period in our very early years.

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53 minutes ago, Jumbo Muir said:

 

Whilst I'd usually agree, our Admiral kits before the magical Umbro diamond sleeve/ shorts combo came along were really smart. I wore it with pride to PE. I have an enduring image of Jocky Whiteford filling the Admiral kit to its limit !

 

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That was a peach, had a lovely floppy collar too.

Think Aberdeen had that Admiral template too, remember Joe Harper wearing the red version.

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11 minutes ago, FifeArab said:

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New United home modelled by Fraser Fyvie.

At least it looks like a proper DUFC strip.

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28 minutes ago, FifeArab said:

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New United home modelled by Fraser Fyvie.

Not keen on the shoulder epoullettes.

Does it say Dr Noodles on the back again? :blink:

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That was a peach, had a lovely floppy collar too.
Think Aberdeen had that Admiral template too, remember Joe Harper wearing the red version.


You are spot on. Aberdeen had the white pin stripes down one side.

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Just me who thinks the painted women shirt is really dated?  Seems to be the yer da types who're the only ones who like it.

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14 minutes ago, Highland Capital said:

Just me who thinks the painted women shirt is really dated?  Seems to the yer da types who're the only ones who like it.

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9 minutes ago, TheMessiah said:

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Typical Dunfermline response.

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26 minutes ago, Highland Capital said:

Just me who thinks the painted women shirt is really dated?  Seems to the yer da types who're the only ones who like it.

I'm more perplexed about the fact someone decided to name their cryptocurrency business in such a way that it's seemingly pronounced Bitcoin Bitch.

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Excuse me. Roma's Dumfries FC circa 1915 style kit is pretty smart. 
The 2nd and 3rd kits are nods to our Centenary in 2019.


What have Dumfries FC got to do with the history of Queen of the South ?

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5 hours ago, Senor Bairn said:

Queens Roma style kit is pretty smart.

Was thinking the same thing.

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The lighting in that photo doesn't do it justice. It makes it look more grey than it is. It's all pale blue / sky blue a la Manchester City. Not sure the exact shade yet though, we've not had a physical sample of any of the kits yet, just graphics. The first two are being custom made for the Centenary, and the "Home" one has about 1700 names subliminally printed in the fabric as paid for by fans to commemorate the Centenary. I think the 3rd one is probably just an off the shelf light blue one though. Apparently we wore a light blue kit for a period in our very early years.

Fair enough, the photo makes it look warm grey.

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2 hours ago, Highland Capital said:

Just me who thinks the painted women shirt is really dated?  Seems to the yer da types who're the only ones who like it.

I mentioned it at the time but Scottish football has first-class marketing all over the place most notably at Motherwell, but also in my biased opinion at Dunfermline. Using a topless woman (and man to add some kind of faux neutrality, although he's in baggy shorts and shes in a thong.) is very 1970's and markets Ayr as a joke club with no interest in getting young families or women to their games. I personally think its an odd to cut your potential customers in half before you start but that the Ayr way.

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