Added to website on: 10 December 2013
Submitted by: Alan Hansen
Liverpool 1987 1998 Away Shirt
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Submitted by: David Price
Added to website on: 4 May 2010
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Submitted by: Michael Yip
Added to website on: 4 September 2007
Crownpaints had been the sponsorship of Liverpool since 1983. Stepping in the season 1987-1988, the contract was not renewed and thus it was the last season of Crownpaints sponsorship. For the same grey crew-neck away shirt used, there existed two versions of sponsor logo - white Crownpaints in beginning of the season and red Crownpaints in the latter.
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