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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!

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Preston North End revealed the new PNE 2009/10 home and away replica strips, manufactured by new kit suppliers Canterbury.

All week the club have shown fans exclusive previews of the new home strip on the club website with this kit available for pre-order from today.

The red away kit will be available for pre-order in the coming months.

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A group of patients from The Children's Hospital, Sheffield helped unveil Sheffield Wednesday's new PUMA kits in an exclusive preview at Middlewood Road today.

Owls stars Tommy Spurr and Mark Beevers modelled the new home and away strips, which have The Children's Hospital Charity's logo emblazoned on the front of the shirts.

A number of patients from The Children's Hospital also took part in the unveiling, marking an important stage in the club's partnership with the local hospital.

Designed by new teamwear partners, PUMA, the home kit has the classic blue and white stripes with a 'V' neck while the away kit is also very eye-catching, consisting of a yellow shirt with blue shorts and socks.

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 Last week PNE announced that they had signed a lucrative kit deal with Canterbury of New Zealand.

Today we bring you the first sneak preview of the highly anticipated 2009/10 home Preston North End replica strip, ahead of it's unveiling on Saturday 18th April.

The new replica strips feature Canterbury's state of the art manufacturing qualities, incorporating the latest innovative fabric construction techniques.

The first couple of glimpses of the new design elements from the 2009/10 home strip are shown above.

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Santos and Umbro launched the new kits for the 09/10 season.

Besides Climate Control technology, which aims to regulate and balance the body temperature by absorbing the sweat from the body,the shirts now have a new fabric on the back, allowing greater ventilation and comfort.

The chairman of FC Santos, Marcelo Teixeira was satisfied with the innovations of the kits. "I'm sure the new model will be a success. The concept of technology and modernity, mixed with the new fabric will bring a modern look to the uniform, and comfort for our athletes."

The club's new products will be available in stores in the second half of April.

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These are the 09/10 Estudiantes de La Plata home, away and 3rd football shirts made by Topper.

The club was founded on 4 August 1905 by university students who felt left out by the management of Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata, which favored indoor games over football.

Its jersey had red and white vertical stripes honoring the Alumni team that dominated Argentine football in those years, with black shorts and gray or black socks.

In the early days, the team wore a blue blazer on top of the jersey when entering the pitch.

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This is the 09/10 Newell's Old Boys home football shirt made by Topper.

The club was named by ex-pupils of the English High School of Rosario in homage to its director and football coach, English immigrant Isaac Newell.

The team colours are black and red, taken from the flags of England and Germany (Isaac Newell being English and his wife German).

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Sheffield Wednesday has unveileded digital designs for the club's new away kit for the 2009/10 season produced by official teamwear partners PUMA.

Having received encouraging feedback from Owls fans following the digital unveiling of the Wednesday home kit for next season, the club is excited to reveal another classic look for the away strip, which will be worn by the first team from this summer onwards.

The new yellow shirt is also emblazoned with The Children's Hospital, Sheffield and its charity's logo after Sheffield Wednesday gave the next two seasons' kit sponsorship to The Children's Hospital Charity.

Sheffield Wednesday chairman, Lee Strafford, said: "I think most Sheffield Wednesday supporters will identify with the yellow and blue colours for our away kit and I think the design PUMA have produced is outstanding.

"The Children's Hospital Charity logo really stands out on this shirt and it has a real classic feel to it which I am sure will make it a big hit with Wednesdayites.

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Sport Club Internacional and Reebok launched their new 09/10 Centenary 3rd shirt, and a new collection of fashionable wear and historical items to celebrate 100 years of the Club. The shirt is all gold with details in red.

The President of International, Vitorio Piffero, was honoured to launch the collection.

"We chose the Gold colour to illustrate the whole history of Sport Club Internacional with one hundred years of glory," explained Vitorio Piffero.

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