Image from footyheadlines.com After the horror show of the Swans away shirt, the club and Joma have pulled it back a bit with the third shirt. There must have been
Image from footyheadlines.com The catchily-titled Rotherham United Alternative Change Shirt has actually got more excitement in its name than in the shirt itself. It’s inoffensive enough, but it’s all just
Image from footyheadlines.com There are some gutsy green contraptions around this season, aren’t there? Some are fair efforts; others sail too close to the classic ‘keeper shirt for outfield comfort.
Image from footyheadlines.com I’ve got no idea what the deuce is going on here. It’s grey, and camouflage patterned, although not your usual military camo pattern as you can pick
Image from footyheadlines.com The Norwich blurb for this reads ‘our 2020/21 replica third shirt features bold patterns of intersecting shapes and lines in fuchsia, white and purple on the front’.
Image from footyheadlines.com Real modern-classic-based-on-old-classic-but-not-actually-based-on-old-classic-it’s-actually-brand-new vibes going on here. And I’m all for it. There’s something really retro-feeling about this, without it being based on a Millwall shirt of yore
Image from footyheadlines.com Now we’re talking. Limited edition talking at that. Only 1800 issued, did you get one? 32Red have buggered off kindly abdicated for this ‘Boro third shirt, and
Image from footyheadlines.com This a nod to a divisive Huddersfield shirt of the past (93/94 yellow & purple Vileda), and whilst I don’t think this can hold a candle to
Image from footyheadlines.com It’s bold, I’ll give them that. The pinkest of the pink (actually listed as ‘Beetroot Purple’), with cutting patterning linked to a Derby shirt of the past,
Image from footyheadlines.com This is likely a divisive shirt that’ll make you swoon or spew - I think it makes 3 out of 3 rippers from Coventry and Hummel. Again,
Image from footyheadlines.com Another winner from Brentford and Umbro this season. It’s billed as ‘classic and clean’, and it’s hard to disagree with that. It’s predominantly white, so straight away