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Post  Silvers on Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:24 pm

Lots been said about the current strip




Who remembers this first team strip ?




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Post  oldblackcat on Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:58 pm

I do...1981-83 kit by French firm Le Coq Sportif....and imo is just as crap as the current one
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Post  Billy D on Fri Sep 22, 2017 7:39 pm

Reminds me of wee Ally McCoist.
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on Fri Sep 22, 2017 7:57 pm

Billy D wrote:Reminds me of wee Ally McCoist.
rof rof rof rof rof .........bang

Ps. Keeping well I trust mate & not yet to friggin cold up there for ya you tough old bastard...lol

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Post  Nostalgic on Fri Sep 22, 2017 8:37 pm

Our little 5YO g/grandson has gone in for football and I have not been able to find a striped shirt of his size, even from the club shop, but I will be buggered if I will allow him to wear any of the elite club strips like all the other little players he trains with.  The daughter, who he lives with does not fancy him in an NZ all white strip 'cos of the washing.

Despite all other family saying that wearing a SAFC shirt is child abuse I have him firmly on board through bribery,  but the only source I can find with any SAFC connection is Sports Direct so I have little choice than to go there. Fortunately the other daughter is going to UK and will find him a shirt, no matter what colour, but with the club emblem on it.  Hopefully by the middle of October he will have some kind of strip.

Hopefully he is on board for life.

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Post  Billy D on Fri Sep 22, 2017 8:52 pm

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
Billy D wrote:Reminds me of wee Ally McCoist.
rof rof rof rof rof .........bang

Ps. Keeping well I trust mate & not yet to friggin cold up there for ya you tough old bastard...lol
Lol, aye, doing canny mate. like
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on Fri Sep 22, 2017 10:24 pm

Nostalgic wrote:Our little 5YO g/grandson has gone in for football and I have not been able to find a striped shirt of his size, even from the club shop, but I will be buggered if I will allow him to wear any of the elite club strips like all the other little players he trains with.  The daughter, who he lives with does not fancy him in an NZ all white strip 'cos of the washing.

Despite all other family saying that wearing a SAFC shirt is child abuse I have him firmly on board through bribery,  but the only source I can find with any SAFC connection is Sports Direct so I have little choice than to go there. Fortunately the other daughter is going to UK and will find him a shirt, no matter what colour, but with the club emblem on it.  Hopefully by the middle of October he will have some kind of strip.

Hopefully he is on board for life.
Would you like a black NZ one if I can find it if it's not been thrown.

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Post  Silvers on Fri Sep 22, 2017 11:53 pm

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My Grandson Sam

Not quite five,
Started school this month.

Seemingly in an 'assembly' they were asked if they could think of something which is famous....

He stuck his hand up and said "Sunderland football Club"  ..

He will be getting double pocket money from me...

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Post  Silvers on Fri Sep 22, 2017 11:54 pm

p.s. His Dad supports Man Ure ..

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Post  Nostalgic on Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:16 am

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Our little 5YO g/grandson has gone in for football and I have not been able to find a striped shirt of his size, even from the club shop, but I will be buggered if I will allow him to wear any of the elite club strips like all the other little players he trains with.  The daughter, who he lives with does not fancy him in an NZ all white strip 'cos of the washing.

Despite all other family saying that wearing a SAFC shirt is child abuse I have him firmly on board through bribery,  but the only source I can find with any SAFC connection is Sports Direct so I have little choice than to go there. Fortunately the other daughter is going to UK and will find him a shirt, no matter what colour, but with the club emblem on it.  Hopefully by the middle of October he will have some kind of strip.

Hopefully he is on board for life.
Would you like a black NZ one if I can find it if it's not been thrown.
Thanks Kiwi but I'll pass on that.  Shirt is so common as well. Rolling Eyes

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Post  Silvers on Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:00 pm

Billy D wrote:Reminds me of wee Ally McCoist.


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