If the sight of Dejan Lovren signing a contract extension at Liverpool has left you in a quivering mess on the floor, blubbing uncontrollably at the prospect of more Skrtel-esque brain fart defending with enough comedy moments to fill a Danny Dyer video, then fear not because just take a look at the new kit he’s wearing.
Lovren getting a pay rise and contract extension may be difficult to fathom, especially with it coming just days after another one of his games where he appeared to forget how to play football. However, the shots of him leaning, like a new signing, around Melwood in the new home kit did distract the despair somewhat because that shirt is bloody lovely. It has to be said that New Balance have done well on this one. It’s reminiscent of the shirt we were wearing back in 1984. Of course, we had a fully functioning defence back then, well actually we had a bloody good defence back then, but let’s leave our defence, in the way they leave opposition attackers at set pieces, because this kit is worth talking about.
Kit designs are such a subjective thing; one person’s innovative design is another’s textile vomit.
Our home shirts over the past few years with New Balance and Warrior have been ok, not terrible, but not exactly inspiring. In fact, I’d go so far as to say our 2015/16 home shirt looked a bit cheap, like something you’d expect to find on a market stall, not something that you’d been asked to part with nearly fifty quid for. This one that has been unveiled for the 2017/18 season is quite the opposite though, sleek, stylish and more befitting a club the stature of Liverpool.
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