|The Liverpool Shirts Museum
1989-1991 Home Player Shirt
|Candy continued to sponsor Liverpool in the 1989-1991 seasons. The red home shirt for this era has significant changes - instead of adopting plain red colour like the ones from 1985-1989, this piece shows a specky-red pattern colour. For the shirts from season 1989-1990, there are no patches on the sleeves and sewn on numbers are stitched on the backside. For the season 1990-1991, Division One Football League patches are stitched on the sleeves and velveteen numbers are ironed on the backside.|
|Liverpool 1989-1991 Home Player Shirt - Number 3 belongs to Stephen Staunton.|
|Featured John Barnes wearing the 1989-1991 red home shirt.|
|Left: Manfacturer logo and letters are embossed on the replica shirt.
Right: Manfacturer logo and letters are embroidered on the players shirt.
|Typical 80s Liverpool adidas era player shirts are characterised by having the beautiful embroideries.
Left: Liverpool club crest is embossed on the replica shirt.
Right: Liverpool club crest is embroidered on the players shirt.
|In the 1980s, Adidas did not produce any long sleeved replicas. So a genuine long sleeved Liverpool shirt must be a player shirt.|
|The effect of embroidery is more conspicous if we view from the inner side.|
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