Added to website on: 27 April 2010
Submitted by: Michael Yip
Liverpool 1996-1997 Prototype Goalkeeper Away Shirt
Interesting huh? This is a so-called factory prototype shirt. It has the same style / pattern / cutting as the orange away GK shirt shown above. The difference is the choice of Reebok motif colour in red instead of white, and the shirt\'s colour is ocean-green intead of orange.
Hence, this is one of the pre-production run factory prototype which are made for selection by the club, but finally discarded. It never come into actual production run and thus quite limited in quantity.
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Liverpool 2000 Home Shirt Red Scoredraw Retro Replica Shirt from Campo Retro
Three's a crowd pleaser Gérard Houllier presided over the Reds' most successful season for years during the 2000/01 campaign. Latter day Liverpool legends Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler, Jamie Carragher and Jamie Redknapp made the difference as they beat Birmingham City, Arsenal and Spanish team Deportivo Alavés to complete a unique treble - Worthington Cup, FA Cup and UEFA Cup - ending Houllier's three-year silverware drought at Anfield. 100% Polyester
Available direct from Campo Retro for just £30.
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