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1987-1988 Away Player Shirt (red Crownpaints)
Crownpaints had been the sponsorship of Liverpool since 1983. Stepping in the season 1987-1988, the contract was not renewed and thus it was the last season of Crownpaints sponsorship. For the same grey crossed-neck away shirt used, there existed two versions of sponsor logo - white Crownpaints in beginning of the season and red Crownpaints in the latter. This is a relative rare players shirt as this crossover-neck style away shirt was used in one season only.
Featured Peter Beardsley wearing the grey away kit of season 1987-1988 with the red Crownpaints sponsor. Liverpool 1987-1988 Away Player Shirt (red Crownpaints) - 13 was a substitute number that was never worn by players
Liverpool 1987-1988 Away Player Shirt - 13 was a substitute number that was never worn by players.
Featured Peter Beardsley wearing the grey away kit of season 1987-1988 with the red Crownpaints sponsor.
Replicas shirts of this era always have embossed club crest and manufacturer motif, whereas genuine player shirts have fully embroidered ones.
Replicas shirts of this era always have embossed club crest and manufacturer motif, whereas genuine player shirts have fully embroidered ones.
Replicas shirts of this era always have embossed club crest and manufacturer motif, whereas genuine player shirts have fully embroidered ones.
Replicas shirts of this era always have embossed club crest and manufacturer motif, whereas genuine player shirts have fully embroidered ones.
As usual, the 1980s shirts have machine stitched cloth-type numbers on the backside.
Genuine player shirt's inner side shows clear signs of embroidery
As usual, the 1980s shirts have machine stitched cloth-type numbers on the backside.
Genuine player shirt's inner side shows clear signs of embroidery.
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