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Fulham Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

 Fulham Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

Fulham have unveiled their new home shirt for the 2013-14 season.

Gone are Kappa, replaced by adidas. And the new shirt isn’t as bad as I first thought. The addition of the red color to the shorts and shirt sponsor name balances the shirt design quite well. The big black design around the collar isn’t as obnoxious as I first thought it was.

The only negative from the photoshoot below is why Fulham chose to include Steve Sidwell in the images. The attacking midfielder has an awful track record on the pitch and seems to be suspended from red cards more often than he’s on the pitch. But perhaps Fulham wanted to have an Englishman wearing a Fulham shirt in the photoshoot, and Sidwell was the best option?

fulham new home kit 600x399 Fulham Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

 Fulham Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

 Fulham Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

 Fulham Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

Share your opinion regarding Fulham’s new home shirt (do you love it or hate it) in the comments section below.


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