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      Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill

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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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 #30: Mar 24, 2022 03:42:13 am
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      Reply #31: Mar 24, 2022 06:01:10 am
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #38: Mar 24, 2022 08:01:07 pm
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      Reply #43: Apr 18, 2022 06:57:50 pm

      I like that, plain, classy and RED all over  :aaliverpool2xt1:
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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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      Re: Liverpool FC Kit 2022/23: Proposed and rumour mill
      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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