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Fulham Home Shirt for 2011-12 Season: Leaked Photo

fulham home shirt11 Fulham Home Shirt for 2011 12 Season: Leaked Photo

A photo has been leaked on the Internet that reveals the design of Fulham’s home shirt for the 2011-12 Premier League season.

The above photo shows two pages from the Fulham magazine, where the design of the new Fulham shirt is featured. Designed and manufactured by Kappa, the shirt features a black trim which goes down the side of the shirt and shorts as well as the Kappa logos in black on the shoulders in addition to the Kappa name on the chest.

Overall, I give the design a thumbs up. I’d like to see it in person before making a final decision though. The one design feature I’m not sure about is how the black trim on the side of the shirt comes in below the sponsor name which draws more attention to the sponsor name (which is already obnoxious in its big bold letters and red color).

What do you think of the new design? Share your opinion in the comments section below. And don’t forget, for the largest selection of Premier League shirts for all 20 clubs, visit the EPL Talk Shop.

Thanks to EPL Talk reader Jason Gatties for the news tip.


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