Would that be the socalled 'elite' version? I saw some pictures, and it seems they have two versions: the replica and the elite version, which is supposed to be identical to what the players use.Got my new home shirt today. I like how it seems to be more fitted this year, it even makes a scrawny fucker like me look like I have a bulging chest and slightly defined bicep. Not a fan of the buttoned collar thing though. Feels kind of uncomfortable and wasn't easy to get on. Maybe I've just got a fat head but do your hair after putting it on lads.
Agreed, reminded me of Chelsea's away kit from a few years back. It doesn't look bad as a general style, but it doesn't feel like it suits our club or the standard colors we tend to wear. Yellow, yes. Flourescent highlighter yellow, no. It wouldn't be a bad training kit (it does look better than our training kit) but I'd hope this is the last time we see this shade. If we were chasing a trend I think we missed it by a few years and otherwise it doesn't make much sense for Liverpool. I don't usually have too much bad to say about our kits because I think they tend to be overemphasized and turned into controversial items when they really aren't as important (particularly the away and third kits) but this one is pretty ugly. It looks well-made and in a different shade I think it would actually be one of our best kits under New Balance/Warrior, but I'll be glad to see it maybe one more time at most.Not keen on that third kit I have to say, it's way too fluorescent/bright.
Felt like I was watching some other team tbh, it didn't feel like I was watching Liverpool Football Club.
Who could blame them for not able to pick out a pass.... it was supposed to help them in the dark nights when playing in Europe, luminous helps in the dark, but to wear that in a hot sunny afternoon, players are blinded by it. lolEverytime our team wear that highlighter lemon kit on the pitch, i have to wear sunglasses!