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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2016 10:06 pm    Post subject: Anyone on here either know or remember.....  Reply with quote

I tried this elsewhere, but with no luck, soooo.....

I suspect the following could easily be answered very quickly by looking in some programmes from later in the respective seasons, but I don't have them to hand and was wondering if any of you know which kit(s) were worn at:-

Sunderland (A) LC R2 L1 21/9/93
Oxford United (A) FAC R4 29/1/94
Mansfield Town (A) LC R2 L2 4/10/94

I know I went to two of the games (Mansfield turned out to be a bloody trek, if I remember rightly), but probably had too much pop to remember....

I don't believe the yellow/blue kit was worn for a "proper" first team game in the 94/95 season.

It was probably worn in some preseason, friendly, bobbins tournament or testimonial games (there is an image of Carlton Palmer in one - he didn't join until after the 93/94 season had ended), but they don't count, at least for my purposes.

My best guesses would be:

Sunderland (A) LC R2 L1 21/9/93 - 99% Yellow/Blue, since we wore this kit at Southampton and Sheffield United.
Oxford United (A) FAC R4 29/1/94 - Probably Green/Blue, but with White as a very small possibility, since Oxford's home kit was yellow. *
Mansfield Town (A) LC R2 L2 4/10/94 - As Oxford, for same logical reasons.

So, does anyone know for sure?

* Just noticed that the Mansfield 94/95 kit is yellow with a sort of bluey/black stripe - so our white kit would make the most sense?

That said, I don't really see why we chose to wear any sort of striped kit against Southampton and Sheffield United.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Soz G cant help you but i too was at the Mansfield game and was too traumatised by it to remember anything without high grade deep hypnosis
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Soz for trespassing. If the Sunderland away was when the LC was the Coca Cola Cup I think I was there. Think it might have been when Admiral sponsored us. Couldn't say for sure. I hope this was of assistance. But I'm guessing not n' that.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dock wrote:
Soz for trespassing. If the Sunderland away was when the LC was the Coca Cola Cup I think I was there. Think it might have been when Admiral sponsored us. Couldn't say for sure. I hope this was of assistance. But I'm guessing not n' that.


It will be the Asics era - unless something very strange happened, we would either have worn the yellow/blue vertical stripey things or our "home" white kit with the horizontal stripey thing.

Pretty sure it would have been the yellow/blue, but can't find any images or video to back this theory up.

I'm doing a bit of "player shirt research" and am hoping to rule out these games to confirm the usage for a couple I'm thinking of acquiring/buying.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 7:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Grind wrote:
Dock wrote:
Soz for trespassing. If the Sunderland away was when the LC was the Coca Cola Cup I think I was there. Think it might have been when Admiral sponsored us. Couldn't say for sure. I hope this was of assistance. But I'm guessing not n' that.


It will be the Asics era - unless something very strange happened, we would either have worn the yellow/blue vertical stripey things or our "home" white kit with the horizontal stripey thing.

Pretty sure it would have been the yellow/blue, but can't find any images or video to back this theory up.

I'm doing a bit of "player shirt research" and am hoping to rule out these games to confirm the usage for a couple I'm thinking of acquiring/buying.



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 1:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sheeps wrote:
Grind wrote:
Dock wrote:
Soz for trespassing. If the Sunderland away was when the LC was the Coca Cola Cup I think I was there. Think it might have been when Admiral sponsored us. Couldn't say for sure. I hope this was of assistance. But I'm guessing not n' that.


It will be the Asics era - unless something very strange happened, we would either have worn the yellow/blue vertical stripey things or our "home" white kit with the horizontal stripey thing.

Pretty sure it would have been the yellow/blue, but can't find any images or video to back this theory up.

I'm doing a bit of "player shirt research" and am hoping to rule out these games to confirm the usage for a couple I'm thinking of acquiring/buying.



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 2:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

got vague memories of Mansfield playing in Blue and Yellow so maybe it was the White hoopy thing
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 4:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Late Doors wrote:
got vague memories of Mansfield playing in Blue and Yellow so maybe it was the White hoopy thing


That would have been the logical choice.


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