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Steve

Chelsea Kits thread

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Jesus, Alex. Take your detective goggles off bruh. Such attention to detail.

That attention to detail is required when you're doing an MA in History :lol:

I can't believe I never noticed that!! Likelihood that we'll have a new GK kit for the next season and keep the red kit as the backup then.

Let's play guess the colour!! I'm going to go with Black/Gold.

We've not had a black GK kit for a while, so I'll agree with that.

Get a hobby or a girlfriend, Alex. :Goober:

Goalkeeping is my hobby B)

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I haven`t bought a jersey for about 28 years...was given the black away one from about 2002 and the epic white with blue stripe from a couple of seasons later as Christmas presents from the wife of the time.

don`t really like wearing football shirts due to the feel of them..(cotton will always be king) but always take an interest in them just to see how the boys will look on the pitch.

Ive got quite a few old ones from the 60s on and ones by fave players, all signed and some mounted and hung up around the house and I pull one out to wear for big games. Wore a Drogs shirt from the 2004-05 season signed by most of the lads that season for the CL final. I put us winning down to me rubbing his signature for that last penalty.

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08/09 Aston Villa away

Coventry also:

Ricardo+Quaresma+Coventry+City+v+Chelsea

I'm on about the goalkeeper kit. That day Cech wore the orange kit, as he did in every game that season:

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We wore the black away strip six times in competitive matches:

Wigan away, 1-0, Deco free-kick.

City away, 3-1, Joey Cole scored a super goal, Lampard and Carvalho also scored. Robinho for them.

Blackburn away, 2-0, Anelka with both goals, one of them very controversial for alleged handball.

Everton away, 0-0, one of Cech's best ever games for us.

Villa away, 1-0, Anelka goal on Hiddink's debut as manager.

Coventry away, 2-0 FA Cup, Drogba and Alex scoring.

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Why have we not worn the new kit in the last game in the PL? I guess because of different sponsors.

It's because our new contract with Yokohama doesn't start until 1st July I believe.. I could be wrong.

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It's because our new contract with Yokohama doesn't start until 1st July I believe.. I could be wrong.

Yeah something like that. Not a big fan of our new kit though :(

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Sunderland and Adidas just launched their new home kit with a new sponsor.

Swear some of these clubs change sponsors every season or two.

Probably because the company doesn't want to sponsor a Championship club. The ones that switch all the time are usually in the bottom half of the table.

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I hate all three of them :lol:

I'm sure I'll grow to like them by the end of the season, anything with a Chelsea badge is wearable. I hated the 11/12 home kit and then we won the UCL... :lol:

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