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2010-2011 Home Europa League Player Shirt
Since Liverpool returned to Adidas brand kits in season 2006-2007, this is the third (and the last) home shirt released, and spanned two seasons from 2010-2011 and 2011-2012. This shirt also incorporates the new sponsorship logo of Standard Chartered Bank.

Liverpool's 2010-2012 home player shirt is characterized by being a TECHFIT specification shirt with Adidas 3-stripes in PU materials on shoulders. Commercially Adidas released some short-sleeved TECHFIT player shirts in the Far East, but not the long-sleeved version.
Featured Liverpool squad in the Europa League "League of 16" match against SC Braga on 17 March 2011 at Anfield. Featured Liverpool youngster player John Flanagan wearing the Liverpool 2010-2011 home kit in action for a Premier League match.
Liverpool-born John Flanagan became one of the youngest players in Liverpool's history to be allocated a first-team squad number when he was given the No. 38 shirt for the 2010-2011 season when still several weeks short of his 18th birthday.
John Flanagan played in the starting lineup squad for 7 Premier League matches, and sat on the bench for 3 Europa League matches - including the home and away legs of "League of 16" against SC Braga.
Liverpool 2010-2011 Home Europa League Player Shirt - This is a match issued shirt of John Flanagan.
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