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Comments (7)

  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Nice template, but its the wrong colour (it should really be yellow with red trim or white with red trim), and the current overfussy logo is on there, when the Liver bird should be on there.<br /><br />Liverpool should follow the lead of Rangers, Vasco da Gama and Flamengo, who use simple, instantly reconizable crests on the shirts, and a more ornate one for everything else (promo, merchendise etc)

 
  1. manuel rodriguez diaz

it doesnt HAVE to be anything, its a fantasy kit. I could cover it in shit if i wanted to. There is no designated specs for a fantasy kit design.

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Sure, its your design, but that colour green is pretty nasty and most of the kits in that colour have been pretty awful and worn in some of the worst seasons that Liverpool have had (FA cup final 1996, lost to Manchester United), the 1991-1992 season and the season after.

 
  1. bastien

I see that lots of people (and especially some Liverpool fans) dislike this crest. However I think that it is one of the strongest crests in football, all the story of the club is represented through it

 
  1. Tim

I agree with MW - most Liverpool fans hate that green colour - most memorable to me as the colour kit Ronnie Rosenthal was wearing when he missed that open goal! And when Cantona clinched he cup right at the death!<br /><br />The presentation of the poster&#039;s pretty decent though.

 
  1. Барс

Желтые куда лучше

 
  1. BOYEEE

Damn these look smashing!

 
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