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Jun 22 17 9:11 AM

mattsanger92 wrote:
So of course cookie-cutter kits from the big brands are a thing even for the biggest teams, but you'd think they could put a little more effort in on the international stage...

Very similarly, over the 1990 World Cup, the goalkeeper kits of Czechoslovakia and USA were identical.

nfm24 wrote:
They should just go back to the good old days, when African and Asian football was still exotic, and we saw shirts with the country's name written on the front in large letters.

But nothing can beat Bolivia at the 1930 World Cup, with "VIVA URUGUAY" written on their jerseys...

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Jul 4 17 7:10 PM

Now we know why bad defenders pull players' shirts ... they are checking whether the player is on their own team! This explains a lot of the defending I've seen recently.

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Jul 13 17 4:59 PM

Puma have put themselves up there as one of the more ambitious kit launches of all-time, revealing away kits for 23 clubs at once under a common theme. They call this piece "Step Out of the Shadows" smiley: eyes (which was probably what Rudi Dassler was telling himself every day):

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