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Shit Football Kits: Sheffield United 1995-96 (AVEC ‘Diamonds’ Home Shirt)

By Ollie Irish

Chris Short models Sheffield United’s hideous home kit of 1995-96

Diamonds for the Blades? No, it’s just wrong. At least United only had to endure this eyesore for a single season, before the kit designers (AVEC, in this case) reverted to traditional stripes for the 1996-97 season. The question is, who approved this design in the first place!?

Nasty. Sean Bean wouldn’t be seen dead in it.

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By Ollie Irish on October 21st, 2010 in Featured, Kits & fashion. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

4 Responses to “Shit Football Kits: Sheffield United 1995-96 (AVEC ‘Diamonds’ Home Shirt)”

  1. deckard says:

    dude, apart from a few lil gems(man u black) all shirts in the 90’s were absolutely fucking hideous.

  2. Please, are you able to Pm me and tell me few far more thinks about this, I am seriously fan of one’s blog… 34

  3. Rich Chat says:

    Manager Dave Bassett thought it was a great new look for the Blades. The away kit was worse – purple and yellow, two totally opposite clashing colours. When AVEC ditched these for more traditional styles and colours we picked up , with Howard Kendall at the helm.

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