Our cartoonist-in-residence Dotmund, a man well known for his strident opinions on football kits – some of which, quite frankly, are not fit for publication – takes a look at it, as well as other “claret” designs that are currently on the market.
With the assistance of Hartley Hare from Pipkins, and with a little assistance from the fact that by 1986 Peter Shilton had the jumping capabilities of a sack of King Edwards, says our cartoonist.
In the week when Everton supporters have been up in arms about their club badge being changed without consultation, our resident cartoonist Dotmund has been plundering around in the bins at the graphic design agency to see what else could be in the offing.
The Premier League is chock full of little known traditions that it maintains to this day. I’m not certain that this is actually one of them.