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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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