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Fulham Unveils New 08/09 Home Shirt

Fulham has unveiled the design of their new home shirt for the 2008/2009 season. Manufactured by Nike, here’s a picture of the design:new fulham shirt Fulham Unveils New 08/09 Home ShirtThe simplistic design features a black v-neck. The back of the collar does feature a unique design feature, though:new fulham shirt 2 Fulham Unveils New 08/09 Home ShirtThe shirts will go on sale on July 15.

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11 Responses to Fulham Unveils New 08/09 Home Shirt

  1. betsy's bolton bum baster says:

    that is the most boring kit i have ever seen

  2. Lonnie says:

    Not much of a change really. Not sure why a fan would shell out for this if they have last season’s kit. And had they really wanted to highlight the collar, they should have made it read Fulham FC with a small version of the logo there as well.

  3. Burt Reynolds says:

    I don’t think it’s a bad kit, but it is unexciting.

  4. Anonymous says:

    really cool

  5. gaffer, ive got a question that maybe you or anyone else can adress. i just got a new arsenal kit and i was wondering how the numbering on the back felt. i know that they used to have a velvet like feel but the numbering i got today have a rather rubber like smooth feeling, the same feeling that the sponsor lettering always had. is this the official numbering or are the authentic kits still using the velvet like numbering. i need to decide whether to keep my kit or return it because id like to get the most authentic one i can. thanks.

  6. The Gaffer says:

    Alex,

    Check with Subside Sports, the official kit supplier for EPL Talk, at http://www.subside.us.com

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  7. Chris says:

    I just got the new Liverpool kit with the premiership numbers and they still feel like felt.

  8. well i got my kit from uksoccershop. maybe i made a mistake getting it from them. maybe they gave me a fake shirt, although they claim that their numbering is offiicial to make it as authentic as possible. but im just not sure. ive done some research and it turns out that subside still uses lextra numbering while the premier league actually uses sportingid numbering. ive found some pictures that might show that is indeed rubber and others that show it might be velvet so im not sure.

    http://www.arsenal.com/images/wallpapers/wp_newcastle29012008_1280.jpg

    http://flickr.com/photos/jjshamrock/2166188837/

  9. Chris says:

    I have 10-12 Premier League kits, bought from various sources (liverpoolfc.tv, Subside Sports), and the lettering and badges have always been felt. I have seen the rubber/plastic lettering, but I always assumed it was fake.

  10. im just not sure. i bought mine from uksoccershop. can they be such a big site and send fake shirts?

  11. Justin says:

    REPLICA name and numbering, as sold in most legitimate outlets, including club shops and Web sites (see store.manutd.com) will actually be the plastic style.

    Only select outlets will use the Lextra. It doesn’t make the kit fake to have the plastic, it just means that particular store sells a lot of kits.

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