Sheffield United's Official 2007/2008 Shirts

sheffield united away kit Sheffield United's Official 2007/2008 ShirtsSheffield United has a unique idea. The Yorkshire club is asking fans to vote on what their official away shirt should be next season. So far, the lime green one (pictured right) has received the largest amount of votes. I’m not sure if that’s because Sheffield Wednesday fans want to laugh at their cross-town rivals, or whether Sheffield United fans really do prefer fluorescent colors.Meanwhile in February, Sheffield United fans voted for next season’s design of the home shirt.It’s a refreshing approach from Sheffield United. After all, the fans are the ones that have to fork out their hard-earned cash, so why not produce shirts that the majority of fans like the most?Voting for United’s away shirt ends this Thursday, March 8th, so help decide what color you want to see Sheffield United in next season considering the likelihood that the Blades will be back in the Premiership next season.

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2 Responses to Sheffield United's Official 2007/2008 Shirts

  1. Daniel says:

    They should be more worried about remaining in the EPL!

  2. Linz c/o Sheff-Utd.co.uk says:

    We went to see the away kit being unveiled… the lime green one won!

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