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Everton Launches New Everton Away Shirt For 2008/2009 Season

new everton away shirt Everton Launches New Everton Away Shirt For 2008/2009 Season

Everton has officially unveiled their new away shirt for the 2008/2009 season. The white Umbro shirt, sponsored by Chang, will be available for sale from Friday (check the EPL Talk Shop for more details).

The Toffees will be sporting a white shirt with a two thin bands – navy and grey – going from shoulder to shoulder.

The kit is completed by navy shorts and socks.

What’s your opinion about the new away shirt? Share your feedback via the comments link below.

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2 Responses to Everton Launches New Everton Away Shirt For 2008/2009 Season

  1. Dan Ryan says:

    This will be quite a psychological boost. As it will be rather like the England team shirts, which in line with the German national shirts make the wearers look bigger.
    Just as all black slims people, white makes you look broader.
    A good choice.

  2. I’m not sure I like the big green advertisement. That color makes this feel too much like a “Seattle Toffees” kit.

    Other than that, though, it’s not bad.

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