Credit where it’s due. That’s a fantastic strip. The detail of the ‘Gallant Pioneers’ etched throughout the top is another nice subtle touch. Love the buttons.
They never wore that top in any match in fact that top in that picture was borrowed from a rowing club just for that photoMost distinctive part of the Gallant Pioneers jersey in the famous image?
What do they omit from the Gallant Pioneers commemorative jersey?
Makes perfect sense, doesn't it?
Disagree on this occasion. All of our sponsors agreed not to be featured. I would prefer Castore not to be on there either or, if they insist, for them to be embossed in white and therefore less intrusive.I mean unless we start producing kits in house you aren’t going to have a kit without a manufacturer logo on it ever.
That’s kind of what these companies are paying clubs for.
Assuming there was any thought to a team "uniform" look then, there would be a pretty decent chance that it would mostly be white shirts - as a full Victorian suit would be a little impracticalThe boys played their first few games in their civvies.
The first strip we registered was a royal blue jersey,white shorts and blue and white hooped socks.