Added to website on: 4 September 2007
Submitted by: Michael Yip
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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