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Yeovil Town are giving all Glover's supporters the chance to choose next season's new home strip and are asking supporters to choose their favourite from three shirt designs. Over 200 supporters have already voted for their favourite new home shirt for the 2009/2010 Season

Speaking about the voting this morning, supporter liaison officer Sara Bradley said that the Club were extremely pleased with the response so far.

"When I came into work yesterday, I had ninety five e-mails waiting for me in my Inbox and had more come in throughout the day.

"We are hoping to receive a lot more so if you haven't voted yet, get voting now.

"It's still early days, but there is one shirt that is way ahead of the other two, but with eight days still to go that could all change."

"The Club would like to thank all the supporters who have voted so far"

The club's kit manufacturers Vandanel along with a selection of players and staff have produced three prototype designs, one of which will be the Glover's new look home shirt for the start of next season.

It is now up to the fans to vote for their preferred choice of Shirt A, B or C.

The design receiving the most votes will become the home shirt for the 2009/10 season.

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Comments (10)

  1. fsc

They all look pretty good. I like C the best, but A is pretty good too. B isn\'t bad, I just like the others better.

 
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  1. Francesco

Definitely C

 
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  1. fsc

With the look of these kits, it looks as if Vandanel is in no way ready to produce a EPL kit (Wigan).<br /><br />They are all pretty poor looking choices.

 
  1. fsc

they look like women jerseys

 
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  1. fsc

What is the point of these got damn votes,every shirt is always virtually the same, just with slight alterations to the collar or the the filling in of panels, if they really wanted to gage the feeling of the fans on the direction that they want their teams shirt design to head, they would provide a range of very different and experimental designs.<br /><br />Its so embarassingly obvious that these votes are empty, pointless excercises in pretending to show regard for the views of fans. <br /><br />If excecuted correctly they could really help small and less high profile kit suppliers make a name for themselves and start to offer something different to the big names instead of a cheap, poorly executed replica

 
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