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Liverpool Third Shirt for 2013-14 Season From Warrior: Leaked [PHOTOS]

liverpool third shirt Liverpool Third Shirt for 2013 14 Season From Warrior: Leaked [PHOTOS]

New photos of Liverpool’s third kit for the 2013-14 season were recently leaked, but I didn’t post them before because they were accompanied by the design of Liverpool’s away shirt. And the away jersey looked so fake and terrible, that I decided not to post the third shirt.

Now today we’ve learned that the Liverpool away shirt is, in fact, the real deal, which lends a lot more credence to the leaked images of the third shirt being the real thing.

While not as bad as Liverpool’s abysmal away shirt, Liverpool’s third shirt looks great from the back. The back of the shirt is black with white and purple on the shoulders. If the back of the shirt was the front, this one would be a winner.

Instead, the front of the shirt features another one of Warrior’s strange designs on the bottom half of the front. It’s a combination of white, grey, purple and black. Ugh! Again, the top half of the shirt is decent.

What’s your opinion about Liverpool’s third shirt for the 2013-14 season? Post your reaction in the comments section below.


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