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Thread: Your favourite Burnsley shirt/kit

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    Your favourite Burnsley shirt/kit

    Hey up lads, heres a look at the Burnsley kits over the last 20 years. So Id like to know which are your most favourites or least favourites as well ehh lol, both home and away.


    https://www.colours-of-football.com/...burnley_1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acido View Post
    Hey up lads, heres a look at the Burnsley kits over the last 20 years. So Id like to know which are your most favourites or least favourites as well ehh lol, both home and away.


    https://www.colours-of-football.com/...burnley_1.html
    2001 and 2010 home

    2011 and 2015 Away.

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    Got to be honest mate I have never liked the shirts jammed full of adverts, I rather like this one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Got to be honest mate I have never liked the shirts jammed full of adverts, I rather like this one...

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    Too true BT, the shirts with no adverts were far better, especially when worn by the team in your photograph, best Burnley team I have ever seen play.

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    You can add me to the 1959/60 shirt and sentiments about that team. My 7th season as a Clarets supporter and League Champions ----very happy days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage Claret View Post
    Too true BT, the shirts with no adverts were far better, especially when worn by the team in your photograph, best Burnley team I have ever seen play.
    Never one better IMHO V_C. Me and my grandad went to Highbury on the train in around 1962 which was quite an adventure in those days, and we won at a canter 3-0.

    We just expected to get results like that, we were so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Got to be honest mate I have never liked the shirts jammed full of adverts, I rather like this one...

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    So do I. I also like the long sleeved versions of the plain Claret one, plus the long sleeved white one at the same time in the seventies.

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    Its good to see more and more fans these days, prefer the shirts/kits to be simple, and with little or no advertising and sponsors. 😃

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    Great team and a classic strip. Who is the player sat next to Brian Pilkington and in front of John Angus? Meredith?

    I love the old stadium behind them. I remember standing on the Beehole End. I stood there when Burnley fielded a second string at Chelsea and we came back from 4-0 down to draw 4-4. The club was fined for fielding a weakened side. Those were the days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissclaret View Post
    Great team and a classic strip. Who is the player sat next to Brian Pilkington and in front of John Angus? Meredith?

    I love the old stadium behind them. I remember standing on the Beehole End. I stood there when Burnley fielded a second string at Chelsea and we came back from 4-0 down to draw 4-4. The club was fined for fielding a weakened side. Those were the days!
    It is Trevor Meredith Swiss, and by co-incidence I was on the Bee Hole End as well when our stiffs drew 4-4 with Chelsea.

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