Hibernian FC Skol Cup Tribute Football Shirt

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Hibernian FC Skol Cup Tribute Shirt

To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of their famous League Cup victory, Hibernian have launched a special Skol Cup tribute shirt.

What better way to relive the drama and the glory experienced when Keith, Gareth, Mikey, Tommy and Murdo brought the trophy back to Leith by pulling on the Skol Cup Winners Tribute Shirt.

The limited edition shirt priced at £34.99 has been replicated to commemorate Hibernian's first League Cup win since beating Celtic in 1972.

There are only 250 tribute shirts available so to avoid disappointment pre-order yours today.

Thanks to Steven

Hibernian FC Skol Cup Tribute Shirt


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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-25 08:32
WOW that brings back a few memories i believe i had the away 1 it was adidas loved that kit
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MartinLeRoy
+3 # MartinLeRoy 2011-10-25 08:34
Hibs are fair knocking out the shirts this season.
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Guest
+8 # Guest 2011-10-25 08:59
Another Hibs Shirt :o
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Guest
-5 # Guest 2011-10-25 09:18
I wouldn't give you 34 [censored]in' pence for it never mind 34 quid. Looks like a cheap far-eastern fake.
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Guest
+4 # Guest 2011-10-25 22:59
Unfortunately it has to look fake, because Adidas own the 3 stripes as a trade mark, and thus whoever made this shirt can't have 3 lines. The same goes for the sponsor's logo. The sponsor might not want their logo to be used, or the club don't want to give free advertising. Maybe one day Hibs will have Adidas make their shirts again, and so a remake would look right. Liverpool benefited this way by returning to Adidas, and Chelsea had a good retro Umbro shirt, when they were last Umbro,
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Guest
-18 # Guest 2011-10-26 01:26
"far-eastern fake" ?

#No2Racism
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Guest
+7 # Guest 2011-10-26 08:13
you obviously don't understand the term 'rascism' then!
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Guest
+9 # Guest 2011-10-26 09:49
race = white, black, etc.
far-eastern = geographical location
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-12-02 17:35
Not racist, but happy enough to use the term "spastic"?
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Guest
-15 # Guest 2011-10-25 09:22
ugly shit like your ugly MUM lool
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Guest
+4 # Guest 2011-10-25 16:43
wtf?
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Guest
+5 # Guest 2011-10-25 10:26
I had the original. Frank Graham Windows if i remember.

God knows why I had a Hibbee's shirt as I am a sassanach. Bought it in London in the sales for fifteen quid.
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Guest
+1 # Guest 2011-10-25 19:23
Frank Graham Motors! Got it in Ljubjana of all places, still have the home one now!
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-25 12:10
I like it - seems like the clubs themselves are waking-up to the popularity of modern remakes of retro shirts (Toffs etc). Good on 'em I say. Why only 250 though?
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Guest
+4 # Guest 2011-10-25 14:06
Quoting Bodeker:
I like it - seems like the clubs themselves are waking-up to the popularity of modern remakes of retro shirts (Toffs etc). Good on 'em I say. Why only 250 though?


2 each for all home fans ;-)
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Guest
-1 # Guest 2011-10-25 12:37
Slightly better than that violet one they have on offer.

However, it begs the question why they would bring out a "special shirt" for a 3rd rate trophy. I guess it's the only thing they have to shout about :zzz
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-25 13:04
Clearly looking for a quick buck to fill the leak in the sinking ship.
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Guest
-1 # Guest 2011-10-25 13:12
Adidas 90's style !! remember Deutchland.. :oops:
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Guest
+1 # Guest 2011-10-25 14:35
Ian Murray is an ugly cunt
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Guest
+1 # Guest 2011-10-25 17:49
so so so so so so so so so shit. looks even worse than it did back in the day. all these new kits arent going to make up for the empty seats lads!!!
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Guest
+3 # Guest 2011-10-25 19:25
Why would you buy this when you can find the original on ebay and other places? This is a poor effort and has none of the original ones style that adidas brought.
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-25 20:14
how richie towell doing at hibs lads.known him sice he was a little nibber
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-25 20:14
:D nipper
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Gazhorn
+1 # Gazhorn 2011-10-25 21:24
This would be the perfect Hibs shirt if it was re-released today. As its only a "score-draw" tribute kit it's not "really" a new kit but its a good touch. Just a pity they can't get the adidas licence.
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Guest
+1 # Guest 2011-10-25 23:03
Chelsea sell remake Le Coq Sportif shirts, but they are not true replicas, as the V neck is different and stripes wider. I don't buy them as they are so fake. Ditto above in my opinion.
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Guest
+1 # Guest 2011-10-26 01:13
Who'll buy it no-one goes to fester road anymore. Is the best run club in britian really that bad they need to sell cheap market fakes to get money.
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Guest
+1 # Guest 2011-10-26 07:06
The original shirt in 91 didn't have a sponsor on it. Although it was Adidas and the shorts were massive!
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Gazhorn
+1 # Gazhorn 2011-10-28 07:57
They never really changed the previous one, except the previous kit had a wrap-over crew-neck, no intricate shadow pattern and yes, the "Frank Graham Group" sponsor was on it. That was the first Hibs kit I remember while growing up.

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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-28 18:34
Quoting Wul:
the shorts were massive!

Especially on wee Mickey Weir! :D
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-10-26 13:15
This shirt used the same template as Arsenal 90-92. I don't recall moronic "another boring template shirt..." complaints in those days.
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Gazhorn
-1 # Gazhorn 2011-10-28 08:05
To be fair most of the Umbro / adidas shirts back then were identical in design. If you look back to the adidas kits of the mid to late 80s, they were ALL the same, (wrap-over V-neck and diagonal stripe pattern).
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Gazhorn
+1 # Gazhorn 2011-10-28 08:02
This was the original...



Not really that different to the one above!
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Guest
0 # Guest 2012-04-26 13:41
Where you get that?
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Guest
0 # Guest 2011-11-09 17:42
:-x
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Guest
-1 # Guest 2011-11-11 23:03
all old kits are shit
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