As they are asking the same question on the bbc site.
Mine was this - http://sport.uk.msn.com/football/world-cup-2010/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=155343218&page=9
Though this would have been my next guess - http://www.vintagefootballshirts.com/images/zoom/nof91ts_z.jpg
My Mum got it for me after it was jettisoned and they slashed the prices, I had to wait for birthdays/christmas to get any future kits.
so fucking horrible
With "Butt 16" on the back. He was going to be HUGE, I tell you.
Got lost in the crowds. Motherfucker blends in well.
cos he wanted it and I hated it
With the lightning strikes on it. I was 10.
Before that I had some unofficial ones that said like SUPER GOONER on it. My mates all took the piss out of me because they thought it was such a shit knock off they had spelled gunner wrong.
I think I had an England home shirt from an earlier age too. Definitely had an England shell suit anyway.
was this bad boy with CLARK on the back:
Still have it, along with my first ever 'genuine' shirt:
(as modelled by my hero of the time...)
Maybe this one
before they were fascist
Don't remember it at all
http://www.classicfootballshirts.co.uk/premiership-clubs/norwich-city/1994-96-norwich-away-shirt-l-boys.html but I actually can't remember.
I remember owning these bad boys fairly early on too:
its probably still at my parents house though i havent seen it in years
could've been much worse
The 1987 Hummel red and blue sash kit. Such a great kit.
still my favourite ever
i had a man utd one from around the same time that said theatre of dreams on it, not sure if it was a fake or what
Dirt cheap from a shop in Liverpool.
Well worth the 3 hour wait!
so the exchanged it for a scotland top. this was 1988 or something. my dad actually filmed the whole thing on his handicam, but when transferring it from the tape in the camera to VHS he just scrubbed the whole exchange, as it got a little tense.
being 3 years old i didn't really know what was going on mind.
i think even if had taken it my mam would've burned the shirt or something
Left it at Geoff Marsh's house then his parents broke up and moved away. Gutted.
A mate of mine picked up one of these in near-perfect condition last year for ONE POUND.
Possibly a cheap knock-off as it didn't have a sponsor logo.
Followed by the grey away Candy one from the season after (which had a home made 4 on the back as Steve Nicol was my favourite player).
(as much as a primary age kid who didn't go to any games could be) just cos they were the best and the kid next door followed them and no-one else in my family had a team (other than some vague leading toward Norwich).
from the 1970's. my uncle got it for me when he was in chicago.
in the 1970's.
A year later I bought:
I wore the GK shirt everywhere, including for sunday best, with trousers, shoes, and a shirt underneath
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