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Liverpool Away football shirt 1979 - 1980
Liverpool Away football shirt 1979 - 1980

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The V-neck collar shirts were used between 1977-1982, whereas HITACHI sponsor was added in seasons 1979-1980 and 1980-1981 only. Liverpool was the first-ever team in history adopting commercial sponsorship on the chest. The Japanese electronics company HITACHI appeared on Liverpoool shirts in season 1979-1980.

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    Submitted by: keith
    Added to website on: 14 March 2008

    I have had this shirt since I was 8 years old,It was given to me by my cousin who played for Liverpool reserves in the eighties.It could do with a profesional dry clean as It is discoloured slightly and has a few marks.

    I have always been too scared to clean due to Kenny's signature.

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After winning the title previous season Liverpool FC regained and won their fourteenth league title. They also won for the third successive season the Football League Cup beating Manchester United Two-One at Wembley Stadium. However Liverpool did not regain the European Cup, having been knocked out by Widzew Lodzin the Quarter Finals and surprisingly being knocked out by 2nd Division Brighton & Hove Albion in the 5th Round of the FA Cup. After nine years Bob Paisley had decided to retire after... more

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