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03 Aug 2015

Premier League kits 15/16: reviewed and ranked

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Register Log in New shirt excitement period comes but once a year (twice if you include international shirts), although the period is getting longer and longer. Some of these new season outfits were launched months ago, while there were still several weeks of actual football to be played. Others are relatively new, but all speak to the shimmering innocence and summer-enhanced spectrum of possibilities that only a new football season can bring. But who's got the best shirt? And the worst? There's only one way to find out... Ready your cursor-clicking finger and let's begin. Starting with the worst and getting better... Telegraph Back to image

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