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Blackburn Rovers Home Jersey For 09/10 Season Leaked

blackburn rovers home jersey Blackburn Rovers Home Jersey For 09/10 Season Leaked

A photograph of the new Blackburn Rovers home jersey for the 2009-2010 season has been leaked.

From season to season, the Rovers home kit doesn’t change that much due to its classic style. But there are some important enhancements made in the new jersey compared to the one from last season. The trim of the v-neck is now red, white and blue instead of white. The effect adds a degree of patriotism to the shirt for England fans.

Designed and manufactured by Umbro, the Rovers home shirt now features the red Umbro logo instead of the customary blue one. The shirt also features a red trim along the bottom of the jersey. Plus, there’s the attractive touch of the red, white and blue trim on the edges of the sleeve.

Lastly, at the back of the shirt, Umbro has added an insignia for Blackburn Rovers. It’s difficult to tell from the picture what it says, but it seems like a classy touch to an overall well-designed shirt that I believe will be a big hit for Blackburn supporters.

Source: Football Shirts.


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