Chris O (follow on Twitter: @COakleyFtbl)
Wed 1 August 2007

Shirts for 2007/08: Blackburn Rovers (home)

Not long to go now before the start of the new Premier League season, so on we go in our quest to check out at least one new kit for each team before the action gets underway.

Today we bring you yet another new Umbro kit which, in this instance, belongs to Blackburn Rovers. This is what they'll be wearing at home (if not away) during the 2007/08 season:



Regular followers of this feature will know the drill by now when it comes to Umbro shirts. The diamond logo is high up on the shoulder, there's a diamond pattern running along the top of the shoulders and a bit of fancy business under the arms and down the sides which appears to be made from left-over pyjama fabric.

Unfortunately the new shirt won't be officially launched until August 23rd so those of you wanting to properly worship Mark Hughes' band of merry men will have a little longer to wait. Meantime, let's give the shirt a quick once over...

If I'm honest, it doesn't look too bad, but at the same time it doesn't look wildly different from other recent Blackburn 'home' shirts. Perhaps that's what'll appeal to a considerable section of the shirt-buying public, but what do you think? Is it the height of fashion or simply crap apparel?

Leave us a comment or alternatively give us your opinion by taking part in our online vote. You know what to do by now - click one of the buttons below that reflect your true feelings and hit 'Vote'. It's as simple as... Robbie Savage.

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VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS SHIRT
The final results were as follows:

Excellent: 64 (48%)
Good: 28 (21%)
OK: 19 (14%)
Poor: 10 (8%)
Terrible: 12 (9%)

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