When Liverpool wore the greatest Adidas shirt of the decade

Liverpool could be onto a winner under Jurgen Klopp.

They’re one of the teams to beat in the Premier League and are flying in the Champions League.

Fortunately for Liverpool fans, they’re also wearing a pretty decent New Balance home kit this season. But it’s nothing on the one they donned during the 1992-93 season.

To celebrate 100 years in the club’s history, they paired up with Adidas to create one of the finest strips by the iconic manufacturer produced in the 1990s.

Just have a goose at this:

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OK, so that Liverpool side may have fallen short in terms of the club’s impossibly good teams of the preceding decade, but the likes of Ian Rush, John Barnes, Steve McManaman, Jamie Redknapp and a young Robbie Fowler all donned the shirt that season.

With Graeme Souness at the helm, Liverpool were underwhelming, finishing sixth in the Premier League’s inaugural season and bowing out early of both domestic trophies.

But that shirt though…

The shirt, the red, the sponsor, the three Adidas stripes on the shoulder. Perfection.

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Pick up yours now

 

 

 

alexhorlock

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