Yeovil Town 09/10 Home shirt vote winner

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Yeovil Town FC revealed their new home Vandanel shirt design for the 2009/2010 Season.

Three potential shirt designs were on offer for fans to vote for and voting closed at midnight on Saturday 11th April.

Shirt design C won the poll, with 296 of the votes cast favouring the design, followed by Shirt A with 57 votes and Shirt B with 49.

A club spokesman said: "In total, 402 individual votes were cast and the club would like to thank every supporter who submitted their vote!

"All supporters who voted, were put into a draw for the chance to win the new shirt and we can reveal that the lucky winner is David Martin."

The shirts, which will be produced by kit manufacturer Vandanel, will go on sale early in July and will be available in store at the Official Club Shop at Huish Park and online.

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Coer · 13 years ago
    I like the text on the shirt. The English translation was not nescesary.
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    Guest · 13 years ago
    before I clicked on the thumbnail I thought that was a brilliant design with the feint grey pinstripe... however I'm not so impressed with the writing,, especially the english translation

    Martin G - can you do a redo of this design with a thin feint grey pinstripe replacing the text... that way you'-) have a winner!!

    Since the adidas/Holsten shirt (99-00 I think) Spurs have always struggled to find a good home shirt (they've hade some disasters, i.e. Kappa, Puma one with backward socks, etc... and what's with the wonky two-stripe on this seasons away kit?? It just ends on the middle of no-where!)
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    Guest · 13 years ago
    before I clicked on the thumbnail I thought that was a brilliant design with the feint grey pinstripe... however I'm not so impressed with the writing,, especially the english translation

    Martin G - can you do a redo of this design with a thin feint grey pinstripe replacing the text... that way you'-) have a winner!!

    Since the adidas/Holsten shirt (99-00 I think) Spurs have always struggled to find a good home shirt (they've hade some disasters, i.e. Kappa, Puma one with backward socks, etc... and what's with the wonky two-stripe on this seasons away kit?? It just ends on the middle of no-where!)
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    MW FROM WIDEOPEN · 13 years ago
    I dont think it needs the watermark to be honest. . Love the vampire style collar and the simplicity, just the watermark lets it down. get rid of that and this is a class shirt. 7/10
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    Martin G · 13 years ago
    btw, would you prefer a shirt done using the nike template that i used for my valencia and barca away shirts? i don't know how well nike would suit Spurs
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    Martin G · 13 years ago
    I understand the English was not nescesary, i just couldn't make the latin on its own stretch across the whole shirt. Maybe I should write the latin twice on one line. :smile:
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    fsc · 13 years ago
    Not my choice but I bow to the choice of my South Somerset brethren. Personally, I still don\'t like the black trim and I agree with the comment above about a gold / yellow replacement. Still, as long as it\'s worn in League 1 next season I can live with it. I might even get one from the club shop when I\'m home on leave in the summer.
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    FDV · 13 years ago
    yes!
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    fsc · 13 years ago
    Best of the lot. But surely the trim could have been yellow/gold, to match the crest and actually look good.
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    fsc · 13 years ago
    The best of the 3 undoubtedly, but that\'s not saying a lot.