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A Thumbs Down To That Third Kit!

A Thumbs Down To That Third Kit!

In midweek, orange_emu suggested a poll relating to our new yellow away kit.

He quite simply asked what you thought of it.

Well, according to the poll results, you`ve given it a resounding thumbs down with almost three quarters of you (72%) going for the Oh dear! Oh deary me! No no no God no! option.

Amazingly, some 16% of you had the courage to admit you liked it whilst 12% reckoned it would grow on them.

Personally, I think it`s awful and it wouldn`t faze me if we never had to wear the bloody thing!

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Saturday October 25 2008
Time: 1:26PM

Comments

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it is crap
sdavies25
25/10/2008 15:19:00
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it's worse than that, it's yellow crap!
Al Billy
25/10/2008 19:22:00
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why yellow - anyone got a clue why?
Putney
25/10/2008 19:25:00
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Roy likes his eggs?
FFC Daz
27/10/2008 02:18:00
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being dutch i am naturally drawn to bright colours! So it might grow on me! lol.
oranje_emu
28/10/2008 00:39:00
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