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      Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill

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      Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Feb 12, 2022 02:59:06 pm
      I guess it is that time of the year when the alleged kits for next season start to show their face.

      Sadly the reasonable and likeable kits are rarely the ones we get, and I must admit that this years home kit for me is poor.

      So here is the first of what may be many "next seasons" kit.



      Let the games begin, and may the odds be ever in your favour.
      « Last Edit: Feb 13, 2022 01:36:05 am by JD »
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #1: Feb 12, 2022 03:52:13 pm
      Most often it's the first one posted ends up being the actual kit doesn't it?
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #2: Feb 12, 2022 04:00:44 pm
       Very creative from the design team..🙄
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #3: Feb 12, 2022 04:03:39 pm
      I seriously hope it won't be that kit... It looks cheap as hell...
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #4: Feb 12, 2022 05:02:12 pm
      I seriously hope it won't be that kit... It looks cheap as hell...

      Trust me, it won't be cheap.
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      Reply #5: Feb 12, 2022 05:03:39 pm
      Can they please just hire the kids at home who make kits 100x better in their bedroom on photoshop?

      That’s as plain as they come that.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #6: Feb 12, 2022 05:59:42 pm
      I seriously hope it won't be that kit... It looks cheap as hell...

      At least it has no peach colours on it.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #7: Feb 12, 2022 07:37:32 pm
      I guess it is that time of the year when the alleged kits for next season start to show their face.

      Sadly the reasonable and likeable kits are rarely the ones we get, and I must admit that this years home kit for me is poor.

      So here is the first of what may be many "next seasons" kit.



      Let the games begin, and may the odds be ever in your favour.

      That one in the tweet is probably it, screams 2005 with the white bits filled in red.

      Basic, but pretty much what I'd want in a home kit, no silly lines, stripes etc.
      « Last Edit: Feb 12, 2022 09:04:33 pm by JD »
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #8: Feb 13, 2022 06:50:46 pm
      That hanger does it no justice. Really can’t complain about a non nonsense dark red home kit. It will look good on our boys.

      Give us a green away kit and then whatever you want for the 3rd kit and we are good.
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      Reply #9: Feb 13, 2022 06:52:28 pm
      Home kits will always be nice and clean red , the picture of the kit looks ok

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      Reply #10: Feb 13, 2022 09:07:15 pm

      YES!! Green and white is always a winner for me!
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      Reply #11: Feb 14, 2022 02:51:37 pm
      Plain and simple for the home kit. I also like when they have yellow lettering and trim on the red too.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #12: Feb 14, 2022 03:27:37 pm
      I guess it is that time of the year when the alleged kits for next season start to show their face.

      Sadly the reasonable and likeable kits are rarely the ones we get, and I must admit that this years home kit for me is poor.

      So here is the first of what may be many "next seasons" kit.

      Can't really get any more legit looking photos than those..
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      Reply #13: Feb 14, 2022 03:29:58 pm
      That one in the tweet is probably it, screams 2005 with the white bits filled in red.

      Basic, but pretty much what I'd want in a home kit, no silly lines, stripes etc.

      Pretty much the same. Keep the home shirt simple. I did not like the 19/20 kit with the stripes at all.
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      Reply #14: Feb 14, 2022 03:57:58 pm
      It's sh*te.  It looks like a cheap knock-off that you'd get down Moore St.  It's like somebody painted a sack red...  Why can't we just have the classic, beautiful, traditional white v-neck and trim with a deep red, like our 1977 kit or our 125th anniversary season?
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      Reply #15: Feb 14, 2022 04:55:01 pm
      I like it.
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      Reply #16: Feb 14, 2022 08:46:48 pm
      I hate how we keep changing the shade of red every year.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill.
      Reply #17: Feb 14, 2022 08:54:40 pm
      That one in the tweet is probably it, screams 2005 with the white bits filled in red.

      Basic, but pretty much what I'd want in a home kit, no silly lines, stripes etc.

      Looks as though it's got a horrible baggy neck like the 2005 shirt as well
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #18: Feb 14, 2022 09:08:43 pm
      If the Nike deal was shirts sold, they need to sack the designers.  Total lack of any vision.
      Bet the pricks earns more than me tho'
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      Reply #19: Feb 14, 2022 11:03:50 pm
      If the Nike deal was shirts sold, they need to sack the designers.  Total lack of any vision.
      Bet the pricks earns more than me tho'

      Except apparently we are selling shitloads and it’s making us a ton of money on our cut of the total sales 🤷🏻‍♂️
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #20: Feb 15, 2022 12:50:10 am
      Except apparently we are selling shitloads and it’s making us a ton of money on our cut of the total sales 🤷🏻‍♂️

      Yep, read the other day we were 4 or 5 in shirts sold last year.
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      Reply #21: Feb 15, 2022 03:28:14 pm
      Yep, whoever showcased it needs a swift kick up the scrotum, it’s got lazy teenager written all over it, why not lay it out flat so it at least looks professional, not just throw it on a hanger and hope, as it happens though it doesn’t look too shabby, I’m with HR nice and f***in plain, no pipes, stripes, fancy bits here and there, I’m a boring old cnut I get it but plain and simple for me all day long twice on a Sunday, it’s who we are, not what some Cnut @ Nike wants us to become !!….


      ….then charge us the fookin earth for it ??





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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #22: Feb 15, 2022 03:35:32 pm
      Is this shirt confirmed?
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      Reply #23: Feb 15, 2022 04:54:32 pm

      Nope.

      But from that I recall it's almost always the first one that comes out via a leak that ends up being the actual shirt.
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      Reply #24: Mar 13, 2022 08:01:45 pm
      Pictures of a black top making the rounds as our supposed 3rd kit. Gotta say it’s the cat’s ass if it’s legit.

      https://www.footyheadlines.com/2021/08/liverpool-22-23-away-kit-leaked.html
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      Reply #25: Mar 15, 2022 02:03:19 am
      Yep, whoever showcased it needs a swift kick up the scrotum, it’s got lazy teenager written all over it, why not lay it out flat so it at least looks professional, not just throw it on a hanger and hope


      ...mate it's a leaked photo it's not from a Nike shoot
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      Reply #26: Mar 15, 2022 06:46:24 am

      ...mate it's a leaked photo it's not from a Nike shoot





      Fairy Muff mate, never know what to believe these day’s?
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      Reply #27: Mar 16, 2022 05:57:12 pm
      Pictures of a black top making the rounds as our supposed 3rd kit. Gotta say it’s the cat’s ass if it’s legit.

      https://www.footyheadlines.com/2021/08/liverpool-22-23-away-kit-leaked.html

      "We can leak the possible final look of the new Liverpool away shirt, which boasts an outstanding iridescent look. It is made by Nike and will be worn in the 2022-2023 Premier League"

      Reads like it has been written by a 10yr old, possible and will are contradictory, not saying it won't be, but the usual ones that are correct are real and on a coat hanger.

      Also, there is a date on the page of Aug 2021.
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      Reply #28: Mar 16, 2022 06:36:58 pm
      "We can leak the possible final look of the new Liverpool away shirt, which boasts an outstanding iridescent look. It is made by Nike and will be worn in the 2022-2023 Premier League"

      Reads like it has been written by a 10yr old, possible and will are contradictory, not saying it won't be, but the usual ones that are correct are real and on a coat hanger.

      Also, there is a date on the page of Aug 2021.

      Dang that's too bad...really liked the idea of a solid black kit.
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      Reply #29: Mar 16, 2022 06:49:25 pm
      Dang that's too bad...really liked the idea of a solid black kit.
      If you look at higher resolution images of it, it actually looks blue rather than black, I liked it too until I saw it more clearly.
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      Reply #31: Mar 24, 2022 06:01:10 am
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      Reply #32: Mar 24, 2022 07:07:26 am

      That would be better if it didn’t have the swirls all over it. Don’t know why kits are going down the route of having designs like that over their shirts.
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      Reply #33: Mar 24, 2022 07:13:04 am
      Looks like f***in wallpaper!!  Horrendous!
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      Reply #34: Mar 24, 2022 12:12:30 pm
      Rubbish. I've got alot of NB gear. I really liked all their stuff. But the Nike stuff has been rubbish at best. Whatever we got from them moneywise hasn't been worth it. Being back New Balance. Far far superior in every aspect.
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      Reply #35: Mar 24, 2022 01:11:45 pm
      Rubbish. I've got alot of NB gear. I really liked all their stuff. But the Nike stuff has been rubbish at best. Whatever we got from them moneywise hasn't been worth it. Being back New Balance. Far far superior in every aspect.

      The deal we are getting from Nike is much better than what we got with New Balance. Plus Nike is a halo brand where New Balance is not. People seem to forgot all of New Balance's supply chain issues (pre-Covid) and how you couldn't actually buy a top because there weren't any stores to buy them in. I can go on the Nike website right now and buy any manner of kit, you couldn't do that with New Balance and that's the big reason why we are making much more money with Nike. New Balance had a couple really good designs, just like Nike. You can't please every single person as style is subjective. In my opinion the Nike kits have been much better looking overall and the materials from the one's I have seen in person are top notch.
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      Reply #36: Mar 24, 2022 01:12:14 pm
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      Reply #37: Mar 24, 2022 01:35:30 pm
      Rubbish. I've got alot of NB gear. I really liked all their stuff. But the Nike stuff has been rubbish at best. Whatever we got from them moneywise hasn't been worth it. Being back New Balance. Far far superior in every aspect.

      NB had some nice stuff, but some poor designs as well. I thought the 19/20 home kit was hideous, for example, but the third kit (white top/dark blue bottom) was classy as heck. Nike is the same, some really nice stuff, some not so much. This year's yellow kit is fantastic but the goalie shirt with the dumb turtle neck look is a miss.
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      Reply #38: Mar 24, 2022 08:01:07 pm
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      Reply #39: Mar 24, 2022 09:50:42 pm
      Didn't City have some sh*t effort like this about two years ago?



      I actually don't mind it
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      Reply #40: Mar 24, 2022 10:05:05 pm

      It looks trippy to be fair.

      Drop enough acid it probably reveal the Quad of trophies we'll win this year :laugh:
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      Reply #41: Mar 25, 2022 06:20:29 am
      It looks trippy to be fair.

      Drop enough acid it probably reveal the Quad of trophies we'll win this year :laugh:

      That's one way of looking at it I suppose
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      Reply #42: Apr 17, 2022 07:15:14 pm


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      Reply #43: Apr 18, 2022 06:57:50 pm

      I like that, plain, classy and RED all over  :aaliverpool2xt1:
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      Reply #44: Apr 18, 2022 08:14:48 pm

      Is it that hard to put white collar and cuffs on the shirt. Could be boss, sadly it's not.
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      Reply #45: Apr 18, 2022 09:18:55 pm
      Is it that hard to put white collar and cuffs on the shirt. Could be boss, sadly it's not.

      I agree, to me it looks like one of their standard £20 running shirts with our badge and sponsor stuck on… then they’ll charge £75 minimum for it.
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      Reply #46: Apr 18, 2022 10:17:17 pm
      Something odd about the neckline. I'm sure it will look better on our boys, especially since they will probably fill it out a bit better than that lightweight model. Do some curls bro.
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      Reply #47: Apr 18, 2022 10:39:25 pm
      I like that, plain, classy and RED all over  :aaliverpool2xt1:




      Me too Cass, nice & plain, no piping, no fancy patterns, love the deeper red, or is that just my eyeshite, best home shirt imo for ages, now please tell me the away kit is white shirt, black shorts, red/black socks, miss that white shirt yanno’s , and a yellow third kit ? Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeese !!!!!!



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      Reply #48: Apr 18, 2022 10:44:26 pm



      Me too Cass, nice & plain, no piping, no fancy patterns, love the deeper red, or is that just my eyeshite, best home shirt imo for ages, now please tell me the away kit is white shirt, black shorts, red/black socks, miss that white shirt yanno’s , and a yellow third kit ? Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeese !!!!!!



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      Might just need a tiny bit of tweaking but generally it's boss and i'm up for the rest of them kits too Billy lad  ;D
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      Reply #49: Apr 25, 2022 09:30:48 am
      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about new shirt sponsorship'

      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about groundbreaking new shirt sponsorship' despite their widely mocked NFT launch being branded a flop - with £40m-a-year Standard Chartered deal set to expire next year.

      Liverpool's £40m-a-year deal with Standard Chartered expires in May 2023. The Reds are reportedly talking to firms in the media and tourism sector. Yet they are also in talks with companies from the cryptocurrency market. The possibility of a crypto shirt sponsor has not yet been discussed with fans.

      Liverpool are reportedly in talks to have a cryptocurrency firm as their main shirt sponsor from June 2023 onwards in what would be a Premier League first.

      The Reds have had Standard Chartered on the front of their shirts since the 2010-11 season but their £40m-a-year deal with the financial services company expires in May 2023.

      Though negotiations are taking place about an extension, the club are also speaking to firms in the media, tourism and electronics sector - and crypto firms are being considered too, according to The Athletic.

      The report details that Liverpool executives are talking to a crypto exchange firm and a blockchain platform about a potential partnership.

      Any deal to bring in a crypto firm as the club's main shirt sponsor would be a Premier League first, as the club target a deal which is expected to bring in £70m over two years no matter who the agreement is signed with. 

      Six Premier League clubs currently have deals in place with crypto sponsor Socios which sells 'fan engagement tokens', but none of them have the company as their main shirt sponsor.

      Arsenal, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds United and Manchester City are those six clubs, though it provoked a reaction at Selhurst Park when Palace fans held up a banner calling Socios 'parasites.'

      Any deal would likely prove controversial due to a lack of regulation with blockchains and potential fan risk with exposing crypto firms where you can gain or lose financially.

      The club are targeting an agreement in the next eight weeks, amid Jürgen Klopp's side targeting an unprecedented quadruple on the pitch. 

      It is also understood that Liverpool fan groups are yet to be consulted about the prospect of a crypto firm on the front of their shirts, though such consultations did take place about the launch of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) in March.

      The controversial foray into the world of cryptocurrency saw the club sell less than 10,000 out of a potential 171,000 non-fungible tokens.

      The NFTs - digital artworks of stars such as Mohamed Salah and manager Jürgen Klopp - were put on sale at auctioneer Sotheby's for $75 (£57) each – $12.8m (£9.8m) in total.

      The headline figure of 9,721 sales suggests a failure to attract anywhere near the investment the club had hoped for, with under six per cent of the possible NFTs sold.

      Yet Liverpool can yet point to revenue from the sale of their NFTs reaching £1.125million, with £281,374.98 of that amount going to its charity, LFC Foundation.





      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-10750379/Liverpool-talks-cryptocurrency-firms-new-shirt-sponsorship.html

      If it means that we will have more money to buy players, why not.
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      Reply #50: Apr 25, 2022 04:28:30 pm
      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about new shirt sponsorship'

      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about groundbreaking new shirt sponsorship' despite their widely mocked NFT launch being branded a flop - with £40m-a-year Standard Chartered deal set to expire next year.

      Liverpool's £40m-a-year deal with Standard Chartered expires in May 2023. The Reds are reportedly talking to firms in the media and tourism sector. Yet they are also in talks with companies from the cryptocurrency market. The possibility of a crypto shirt sponsor has not yet been discussed with fans.

      Liverpool are reportedly in talks to have a cryptocurrency firm as their main shirt sponsor from June 2023 onwards in what would be a Premier League first.

      The Reds have had Standard Chartered on the front of their shirts since the 2010-11 season but their £40m-a-year deal with the financial services company expires in May 2023.

      Though negotiations are taking place about an extension, the club are also speaking to firms in the media, tourism and electronics sector - and crypto firms are being considered too, according to The Athletic.

      The report details that Liverpool executives are talking to a crypto exchange firm and a blockchain platform about a potential partnership.

      Any deal to bring in a crypto firm as the club's main shirt sponsor would be a Premier League first, as the club target a deal which is expected to bring in £70m over two years no matter who the agreement is signed with. 

      Six Premier League clubs currently have deals in place with crypto sponsor Socios which sells 'fan engagement tokens', but none of them have the company as their main shirt sponsor.

      Arsenal, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds United and Manchester City are those six clubs, though it provoked a reaction at Selhurst Park when Palace fans held up a banner calling Socios 'parasites.'

      Any deal would likely prove controversial due to a lack of regulation with blockchains and potential fan risk with exposing crypto firms where you can gain or lose financially.

      The club are targeting an agreement in the next eight weeks, amid Jürgen Klopp's side targeting an unprecedented quadruple on the pitch. 

      It is also understood that Liverpool fan groups are yet to be consulted about the prospect of a crypto firm on the front of their shirts, though such consultations did take place about the launch of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) in March.

      The controversial foray into the world of cryptocurrency saw the club sell less than 10,000 out of a potential 171,000 non-fungible tokens.

      The NFTs - digital artworks of stars such as Mohamed Salah and manager Jürgen Klopp - were put on sale at auctioneer Sotheby's for $75 (£57) each – $12.8m (£9.8m) in total.

      The headline figure of 9,721 sales suggests a failure to attract anywhere near the investment the club had hoped for, with under six per cent of the possible NFTs sold.

      Yet Liverpool can yet point to revenue from the sale of their NFTs reaching £1.125million, with £281,374.98 of that amount going to its charity, LFC Foundation.





      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-10750379/Liverpool-talks-cryptocurrency-firms-new-shirt-sponsorship.html

      If it means that we will have more money to buy players, why not.

      Not sure how I feel about it to be honest. Putting aside the ethics of it all, crypto is a very volatile market, so there's no guarantee we'll get the sponsorship money. I would definitely not sign a multi year contract.

      We've never been in such a powerful situation before (we're arguably one of the 3 best clubs in the world). We will find many other companies interested in a sponsorship deal with us.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #51: Apr 25, 2022 06:04:41 pm
      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about new shirt sponsorship'

      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about groundbreaking new shirt sponsorship' despite their widely mocked NFT launch being branded a flop - with £40m-a-year Standard Chartered deal set to expire next year.

      Liverpool's £40m-a-year deal with Standard Chartered expires in May 2023. The Reds are reportedly talking to firms in the media and tourism sector. Yet they are also in talks with companies from the cryptocurrency market. The possibility of a crypto shirt sponsor has not yet been discussed with fans.

      Liverpool are reportedly in talks to have a cryptocurrency firm as their main shirt sponsor from June 2023 onwards in what would be a Premier League first.

      The Reds have had Standard Chartered on the front of their shirts since the 2010-11 season but their £40m-a-year deal with the financial services company expires in May 2023.

      Though negotiations are taking place about an extension, the club are also speaking to firms in the media, tourism and electronics sector - and crypto firms are being considered too, according to The Athletic.

      The report details that Liverpool executives are talking to a crypto exchange firm and a blockchain platform about a potential partnership.

      Any deal to bring in a crypto firm as the club's main shirt sponsor would be a Premier League first, as the club target a deal which is expected to bring in £70m over two years no matter who the agreement is signed with. 

      Six Premier League clubs currently have deals in place with crypto sponsor Socios which sells 'fan engagement tokens', but none of them have the company as their main shirt sponsor.

      Arsenal, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds United and Manchester City are those six clubs, though it provoked a reaction at Selhurst Park when Palace fans held up a banner calling Socios 'parasites.'

      Any deal would likely prove controversial due to a lack of regulation with blockchains and potential fan risk with exposing crypto firms where you can gain or lose financially.

      The club are targeting an agreement in the next eight weeks, amid Jürgen Klopp's side targeting an unprecedented quadruple on the pitch. 

      It is also understood that Liverpool fan groups are yet to be consulted about the prospect of a crypto firm on the front of their shirts, though such consultations did take place about the launch of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) in March.

      The controversial foray into the world of cryptocurrency saw the club sell less than 10,000 out of a potential 171,000 non-fungible tokens.

      The NFTs - digital artworks of stars such as Mohamed Salah and manager Jürgen Klopp - were put on sale at auctioneer Sotheby's for $75 (£57) each – $12.8m (£9.8m) in total.

      The headline figure of 9,721 sales suggests a failure to attract anywhere near the investment the club had hoped for, with under six per cent of the possible NFTs sold.

      Yet Liverpool can yet point to revenue from the sale of their NFTs reaching £1.125million, with £281,374.98 of that amount going to its charity, LFC Foundation.





      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-10750379/Liverpool-talks-cryptocurrency-firms-new-shirt-sponsorship.html

      If it means that we will have more money to buy players, why not.

      Why not? Because it's horrible for the environment for one.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #52: Apr 25, 2022 06:46:06 pm
      Not sure how I feel about it to be honest. Putting aside the ethics of it all, crypto is a very volatile market, so there's no guarantee we'll get the sponsorship money. I would definitely not sign a multi year contract.

      We've never been in such a powerful situation before (we're arguably one of the 3 best clubs in the world). We will find many other companies interested in a sponsorship deal with us.

      It is all about guarantee. If it is given, we will sign it.
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      Reply #53: Apr 26, 2022 09:58:13 am
      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about new shirt sponsorship'

      Liverpool 'in talks with cryptocurrency firms about groundbreaking new shirt sponsorship' despite their widely mocked NFT launch being branded a flop - with £40m-a-year Standard Chartered deal set to expire next year.

      Liverpool's £40m-a-year deal with Standard Chartered expires in May 2023. The Reds are reportedly talking to firms in the media and tourism sector. Yet they are also in talks with companies from the cryptocurrency market. The possibility of a crypto shirt sponsor has not yet been discussed with fans.

      Liverpool are reportedly in talks to have a cryptocurrency firm as their main shirt sponsor from June 2023 onwards in what would be a Premier League first.

      The Reds have had Standard Chartered on the front of their shirts since the 2010-11 season but their £40m-a-year deal with the financial services company expires in May 2023.

      Though negotiations are taking place about an extension, the club are also speaking to firms in the media, tourism and electronics sector - and crypto firms are being considered too, according to The Athletic.

      The report details that Liverpool executives are talking to a crypto exchange firm and a blockchain platform about a potential partnership.

      Any deal to bring in a crypto firm as the club's main shirt sponsor would be a Premier League first, as the club target a deal which is expected to bring in £70m over two years no matter who the agreement is signed with. 

      Six Premier League clubs currently have deals in place with crypto sponsor Socios which sells 'fan engagement tokens', but none of them have the company as their main shirt sponsor.

      Arsenal, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds United and Manchester City are those six clubs, though it provoked a reaction at Selhurst Park when Palace fans held up a banner calling Socios 'parasites.'

      Any deal would likely prove controversial due to a lack of regulation with blockchains and potential fan risk with exposing crypto firms where you can gain or lose financially.

      The club are targeting an agreement in the next eight weeks, amid Jürgen Klopp's side targeting an unprecedented quadruple on the pitch. 

      It is also understood that Liverpool fan groups are yet to be consulted about the prospect of a crypto firm on the front of their shirts, though such consultations did take place about the launch of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) in March.

      The controversial foray into the world of cryptocurrency saw the club sell less than 10,000 out of a potential 171,000 non-fungible tokens.

      The NFTs - digital artworks of stars such as Mohamed Salah and manager Jürgen Klopp - were put on sale at auctioneer Sotheby's for $75 (£57) each – $12.8m (£9.8m) in total.

      The headline figure of 9,721 sales suggests a failure to attract anywhere near the investment the club had hoped for, with under six per cent of the possible NFTs sold.

      Yet Liverpool can yet point to revenue from the sale of their NFTs reaching £1.125million, with £281,374.98 of that amount going to its charity, LFC Foundation.





      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-10750379/Liverpool-talks-cryptocurrency-firms-new-shirt-sponsorship.html

      If it means that we will have more money to buy players, why not.

      Because f**k Crypto
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      Reply #54: May 04, 2022 08:30:19 pm
      Training gear.



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      Reply #55: May 05, 2022 12:11:52 am
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #56: May 05, 2022 09:29:56 am
      Is it still nike?, if so im still not buying any of it.  :lmao:
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      Reply #57: May 05, 2022 09:44:30 am
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #58: May 05, 2022 11:15:48 am
      Well, at least it hasn't got any Flash Gordon lightening bolts on it, very Reebok though.
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      Reply #59: May 05, 2022 01:42:02 pm
      Odd looking not having a defined neck. Looks more like a tshirt.
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      Reply #60: May 05, 2022 01:54:03 pm
      Like the top apart from the neck. Way too expensive though
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      Reply #61: May 05, 2022 02:35:09 pm
      It's red. Our boys will look boss in it. Works for me. Be careful when you complain about the price.....if you are complaining about the funds available for transfers, part of that is coming from the sales of this expensive kit.

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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #62: May 05, 2022 04:51:24 pm
      Looks much better on the lads than it did in the preview.

      Still looks a bit boring and "cheap" (which is ironic as it definitely won't be cheap), but boring is always better than some of the stuf we've had in the Warrior era.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #63: May 05, 2022 05:10:00 pm
      I actually like how it looks.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #64: May 05, 2022 05:18:50 pm
      Well f**k my luck and get the bunting out ppl, I do like this shirt, it’s a plain as can be without the fancy piping & swirly sh*t, just the way it should be, might just be getting myself a new car seat cover, cos that’s where it will end up, just like previous ones I am done with .  😁




                                                                               Y  N  W  A
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      Reply #65: May 05, 2022 05:24:49 pm
      It's red. Our boys will look boss in it. Works for me. Be careful when you complain about the price.....if you are complaining about the funds available for transfers, part of that is coming from the sales of this expensive kit.






      By that logic it should be about a fiver then when you consider the 100’s of thousands Liverpool fans globally, after all it’s only a dyed piece of cloth mass produced in sweat shops in Thailand or f***in outer Mongolia??

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      Reply #66: May 05, 2022 05:35:35 pm
      It's red. Our boys will look boss in it. Works for me. Be careful when you complain about the price.....if you are complaining about the funds available for transfers, part of that is coming from the sales of this expensive kit.



      Plenty Benjamins in the bank…

      https://twitter.com/mochatra/status/1521922606693330950?s=21&t=9dGT72qNTLEdrb1fBUgvow
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      Reply #67: May 05, 2022 09:02:34 pm
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      Reply #68: May 05, 2022 09:04:23 pm
      Turnover isn't profit though...

      Turnover = sales i imagine?
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #69: May 05, 2022 09:10:59 pm

      To keep it simple, yeah. It's basically your income. Profit (or loss) is what you are left with once all expenses (wages, infrastructure costs, bribes ;D, etc) have been deducted from that income.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #70: May 05, 2022 10:08:55 pm
      All red and looks good on the lads.

      Can't remember the last time I bought a home shirt so don't really get worked up about them

      Still feel there should be some sort of lower priced version for kids though.
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      Reply #71: May 05, 2022 10:15:24 pm
      All red and looks good on the lads.

      Can't remember the last time I bought a home shirt so don't really get worked up about them

      Still feel there should be some sort of lower priced version for kids though.

      Should be buy an adult jersey & get a child one free..
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      Reply #72: May 05, 2022 11:27:38 pm
      Not seen Mo on any of the photoshots is that normal when contract dilemmas
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #73: May 05, 2022 11:30:28 pm
      Not seen Mo on any of the photoshots is that normal when contract dilemmas

      He was there. Seen a shot of him on Twitter.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #74: May 06, 2022 12:11:41 am
      Will we wear this kit in CL final?
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #75: May 06, 2022 11:33:24 am
      Will we wear this kit in CL final?

      They won't.

      In the past when they had nothing to play for they started wearing it for the last home league game for more publicity.  But that year we were fighting City by a point for the title they said they weren't going to do it for the last game in case they lost and then fans thought the new kit was cursed!

      Even the retail staff at the club are massively superstitious!

      Turned out to be a wise decision because we did win the league the next season!
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      Reply #76: May 07, 2022 03:20:50 pm
      Really like this new kit. I do buy them every year though, I've got quite the collection now. I haven't pre-ordered yet in the hope we get to add some fancy patches to it.

      The YNWA on the cuffs is class.

      Shame there's no £10 voucher when you order this year as has been the case over the past few years
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      Reply #77: May 07, 2022 06:45:12 pm
      I haven't pre-ordered yet in the hope we get to add some fancy patches to it.

      Very good point.  Let's hope so.
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      Reply #78: May 09, 2022 07:17:05 pm
      He was there. Seen a shot of him on Twitter.
      Cheers
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      Reply #79: May 10, 2022 01:48:34 pm
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #80: May 10, 2022 03:39:01 pm

      Remove the stains on the white (it's a football kit, not marble), and it's perfect for me! Always love a white and green shirt.
      « Last Edit: May 10, 2022 03:49:11 pm by PTU »
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #81: May 10, 2022 03:59:55 pm
      Remove the stains on the white (it's a football kit, not marble), and it's perfect for me! Always love a white and green shirt.

      Think you are right. Not sure what the marbling is for. Although Mo will look like he's a statue in it.
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      Reply #82: May 10, 2022 04:15:55 pm
      Nah, don’t like that, see they were doing so well then they f**k it up by trying to flog us this sh*t, why the squiggly bits, just f***in leave it ffs, I want to know who designs these, just so I can ask ..WHY ? Why the squiggly bit ? What makes you think that by adding squiggly bits it enhances its look and help it fly off the shelves, here’s some news for ya, It f***in doesn’t, so just f***in leave it,

      I dunno but I’m guessing whoever the designer is, won’t have a f***in scooby about LFC, we the fans, what our likes and dislikes are, and perhaps more importantly, our culture, the home kit is spot on, they got that bang on, so why f**k us over with this I assume our second kit, it’s hideous with the squiggly sh*t on it, get rid and it might look half decent !!
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      Reply #83: May 10, 2022 04:34:12 pm

      Not gonna lie, I quite like that... too bad I'd look more like a bubble under vinyl flooring then I would a statue in it.
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      Reply #84: May 11, 2022 08:18:10 pm

      Hahahaha love the twitter comment from someone in Hackney. That's exactly what we intend on doing!!

      Look's like the Nike version of the 2006/07 white and green kit.
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #85: May 11, 2022 08:21:21 pm
      Remove the stains on the white (it's a football kit, not marble), and it's perfect for me! Always love a white and green shirt.

      Once we f**k Carlsberg off, we should f**k green off from our kits. Only reason we introduced Green into our kits was because of Carlsberg, despite the club's PR at the time saying it was to celebrate our Irish support.
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      Reply #86: May 12, 2022 01:49:35 am
      Once we f**k Carlsberg off, we should f**k green off from our kits. Only reason we introduced Green into our kits was because of Carlsberg, despite the club's PR at the time saying it was to celebrate our Irish support.

      Always have a soft spot for the Green mate.  :cool-smiley-027:  :D
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      Reply #87: May 12, 2022 02:16:16 am
      Looks turquoise not green so more blue in the kit for unknown reasons,  are those stain looking things part of the design? Actually looks blue and hardly a mix of blue and green, a blue away kit wth.
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      Reply #88: May 13, 2022 10:48:07 am
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      Reply #90: May 20, 2022 04:03:08 pm
      Hi, talking of kits, I was bought the 2021 dark red anthem jacket in large, just a fraction to big, would anyone like to exchange it for a medium, hardly ever worn and in brand new condition, cheers

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