Didn’t Charlie Hartfield have it on the back of all of his shirts too?And for all these years I believed that I was the only person to ever have 'Hartfield' on the back of my shirt!
'Hartfield - 15' for me on the Navy Sash '93 away kit
Didn’t Charlie Hartfield have it on the back of all of his shirts too?
Unless you’re Charlie……..
Little surprise that the ‘Leith vermin’didn’t want to be seen wearing HMFC maroon?The one on the left brings back memories, programme sellers were issued with something very similar with a huge United badge in a shield sewn on to cover up the Hibbies badge underneath haha they were all Hibernian FC cast off's. That would have been around 1999-2000 fuckin crap they were a paper bag would have kept you just as warm and dry.
I would imagine that next season we will still have an external kit manufacturer but we, as a club, will have far more say in the design, so not template kits. Time will tell.It will and I say that in the sort of tone that implies I’m a club official and I know anything worth knowing from inside the club.
If you don’t know what in-house means you really ought to have just said.Score draw are the leading supplier in retro shirts and often outsell the current shirts. They are expensive and good quality. They have no affiliation with umbro or any other big brand. You will be able to purchase these 2 shirts again next year along with other shirts from 1988 -1995. You will not be able to buy them directly from score draw as these are the clubs ‘in house’ retro shirts. I know all of this from a woman who works in the shop. So iam confident she knows !
Conveniently the umbro logos of the aforementioned shirts have just appeared on ebay
Just realised I never responded to this, sorry and thank you.In the know Hal?
ps Hearty Congratulations to you and Nick. You are one of our own
Show me a brand that doesn’t work with templates.Just realised I never responded to this, sorry and thank you.
What I mean is we will probably have a shirt manufacturer but the club will be in a position to take ownership of the design, not like now with the Adidas templates.