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anyone got a worse kit than Dulwich (no offence!!)...

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I cannot imagine their is a non league team out there with a poorer combination of colours.

On my travels to Cyprus I came across a team called Doxa who play (get this) in tangerine shirts with black flashes, white shorts and green socks!!

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Chalfont St Peter used to have a pretty horrible combination of green and red. The worst I have ever seen was Boxted Lodgers FC, I think they are in the Essex & Suffolk Border league, purple and yellow!



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Arsenals kit this season leaves a lot to be desired...did Ray Charles design it..??

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the arsenal away shirt is brilliant. Best shirt ever to be played in.

Exeter played orient with purple shirts, green shorts and white socks last year.

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Just looking at an Arsenal shirt makes me violently sick!

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not a tottenham fan by any chance are you???????

In the UCL this season, Northampton Spencer played us in a yellow shirt with lime side panels, black collar and black shorts with yellow socks...

not pleasant at all.

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I thought Chelsea's 'Tangerine & Graffiti' away kit was quite a nice one, I nearly bought it, but found out their yellow one was coming out a few weeks later...

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god I remember that, not long after the famous Arsenal bruised banana.

Chelsea also had that red and white checked monstrosity as well.

Some belters on this website which has images of the worlds best kits...

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There was that horrible Man utd (sorry for the swearing!) away kit from early 90's green and yellow quarters ....Yuk

Also the infamous Coventry chocolate brown kit of the 70's

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The current Spurs kit has a major fault with it. There's red on it!

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The red in Tottenham's kit has nothing to do with any other London side. I expect it's in recognition of work done by Gravesend and Northfleet who trained so many of their future stars when pretending to be a nursery side.


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worse kit - so what do Dulwich play in ?

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Dulwich Hamlet turn out in bright pink and black halves!!!


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west brom away shirt green and yellow stripe

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Enfield's away strip of a few years ago (when they played at St Albans) was pretty horrible - turquoise and yellow!

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Cant really say i thought much of Man City's away kit this weekend.

Forlan obviously dont like his kit either, playing in "skins" after his goal.

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Crystal Palace brought out a kit for the 1990 FA cup final replay against Man Utd, It was yellow and black stripes with black shorts and yellow socks, It was Vile.

They lost 1-0 and it was never worn again.



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Lets not forget Man Utd complaining about their grey Combo, saying that they couldn't see eachother at Southampton i think it was. That kit lasted all of 1 match!

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god yeah I forgot about that one!! It doesn't make the hall of fame for poor kits on the website (link enclosed) but that Dundee one is a minger... Kit Happens


The Spurs away ones at the moment (navy and yellow)leave a little to be desired...

My own club Yaxley did used to play in an orange kit with a black vertial line down the front and some stripes. It was prostar and poor!! I remember us all going to Stamford and buying bright orange t-shirts to wear behind the goal. People coming in late would have thought there was no fans, but tons of stewards!! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smilie_switch.gif" alt="" />


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How about Sutton United's chocolate and amber. The programme is printed in chocolate too.

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Good one, I seem to remember (not fondly!!!) a Weymouth kit from about 4 seasons ago which was all claret with blue and white small diamonds over the shoulders and blue and white pinstripes down the arms.

It was interesting to say the least.

(Cant have been that bad as I bought it!!) <img src="/forums/images/icons/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/icons/grin.gif" alt="" />

Here is a piccy (courtesy of Weymouth FC Official Website




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