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Derby County Shirt Collection


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On 12/01/2021 at 15:25, loweman2 said:

A great 70s shirt as worn by the mascot in the photo from the Ram, not sure if this was a training shirt or a potential match shirt or just sold in the shop but not seen one before this, would make a great match shirt some forty five years later, one for @Davidwith no big collars !

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Prefer big collars and long sleeves myself 😆

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Had a couple of shirts made up using standard Umbro team apparel to mark the achievements of Clough & Taylor and also Dave Mackay, mainly to add a chapter into the book the colours of the Rams if the club and Umbro don’t do something.

we used the basic template matching the 1971/72 shirt and the style of the charity shield shirt badge, on the second shirt we went for the blue and white and the Umbro tapes on the cuffs, both finished off with the blood red no 10 as a nod to the king, also used the Derby County font for the wording.

the cost of these shirts from Umbro was £11.

we then added our design, can’t sell them due obviously to copyright infringement but would be nice if the club could do something similar.

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@loweman2 I bought a few of these umbro shirts a few weeks ago, in several colours to do exactly the same thing for myself.

Unfortunately as you said the club or umbro don't make or sell the shirts from our best era at the club, as they would sell loads, if they produced retro shirts of our classic 70's shirts and are really missing a trick when trying to make money in the megastore and the like.

Just a shame these ones have the umbro's going around the sleeves, as per the 1974/75 shirt above, but the shirts are still quality, at a quality price.

I also bought a couple of polo shirts in navy blue and sky blue from the old school football shop and ringer shirts to replicate Geoff Barrowcliffe, v Southport home 1949, Jack Parry & Kevin Hector from 1946-68 and even a half and half shirt, to replicate the red and white shirt from 1891 to 95, but unfortunately without a collar.

Regarding replicating the blank white 1971-73 shirt, I haven't made my mind up whether or not to buy a white long sleeve umbro shirt with logo and letters to then pick off, or to just buy a long sleeve fruit of the loom shirt.

I would still love a light blue and dark blue umbro shirt from 1976-79,  a home le coq sporif shirt from 1979, an away osca bass light and dark blue from 1985-87, a yelow third from 1987-89, a yellow third from 1990-91 and yellow third from 1995-97 if anyone has any info on such? @Quangy Kicking myself for not buying the recent retro shirts they had in the megastore of the home le coq sportif or the away osca bass which are now out of stock, but I didn't receive a reply when I contacted the megastore or score draw to see if they would be producing anymore.

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1 hour ago, Inverurie Ram said:

@loweman2 I bought a few of these umbro shirts a few weeks ago, in several colours to do exactly the same thing for myself.

Unfortunately as you said the club or umbro don't make or sell the shirts from our best era at the club, as they would sell loads, if they produced retro shirts of our classic 70's shirts and are really missing a trick when trying to make money in the megastore and the like.

Just a shame these ones have the umbro's going around the sleeves, as per the 1974/75 shirt above, but the shirts are still quality, at a quality price.

I also bought a couple of polo shirts in navy blue and sky blue from the old school football shop and ringer shirts to replicate Geoff Barrowcliffe, v Southport home 1949, Jack Parry & Kevin Hector from 1946-68 and even a half and half shirt, to replicate the red and white shirt from 1891 to 95, but unfortunately without a collar.

Regarding replicating the blank white 1971-73 shirt, I haven't made my mind up whether or not to buy a white long sleeve umbro shirt with logo and letters to then pick off, or to just buy a long sleeve fruit of the loom shirt.

I would still love a light blue and dark blue umbro shirt from 1976-79,  a home le coq sporif shirt from 1979, an away osca bass light and dark blue from 1985-87, a yelow third from 1987-89, a yellow third from 1990-91 and yellow third from 1995-97 if anyone has any info on such? @Quangy Kicking myself for not buying the recent retro shirts they had in the megastore of the home le coq sportif or the away osca bass which are now out of stock, but I didn't receive a reply when I contacted the megastore or score draw to see if they would be producing anymore.

Nice one @Inverurie Ram, rather than replicating the shirts we were trying to do a modern take on it, mainly for a new chapter in the book hence including the Umbro tapes on the arm and the wording under the Umbro as it is now, the retro shirts turn up on eBay from time to time but as for the rest of them that you have mentioned they take quite a lot of searching for and cost a pretty penny most from £400/£1000, over the years I have managed to add them, across the world not just in the uk, they do turn up but less and less frequently !

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This caught us out in the book, the 95/96 shirt from the promotion season was brought back for one game in the 96/97 premier league season vs Southampton yet five days later we played Sunderland in our usual purple away shirts yet their kit was the same as Southampton  ! Nice to add this with the premier badges.

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