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Remember when we used to get to vote on the next year's strip. Good times. 

Anyway. This was the best (apart from the laddering obvs) 

1996-97-middlesbrough-away-shi-19765-1.jpg

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24 minutes ago, boro-unger said:

Remember when we used to get to vote on the next year's strip. Good times. 

Anyway. This was the best (apart from the laddering obvs) 

1996-97-middlesbrough-away-shi-19765-1.jpg

🤢🤢🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

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57 minutes ago, Erimus74 said:

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I’m with you on that one, an absolute classic strip which takes me right back to my youth, watching the Boro at Ayresome Park.

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3 hours ago, Denzel Zanzibar said:

You're all wrong, it's clearly this:

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Or this:

middlesbrough-third-football-shirt-1992-

Honourable third mention:

middlesboro-99-away_1_1_1.jpg

Note how they all have the round badge?

THAT'S BECAUSE IT'S THE BEST BADGE.

The green away is my favourite too! I'd like us to bring back something similar next season! 

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1 hour ago, BearSmog said:

The green away is my favourite too! I'd like us to bring back something similar next season! 

I spent about an hour one time in the Ironopolis trying to persuade a guy to let me have his green shirt as above 😂😂😂 needless to say I failed miserably 😞

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1 hour ago, Blanco said:

I spent about an hour one time in the Ironopolis trying to persuade a guy to let me have his green shirt as above 😂😂😂 needless to say I failed miserably 😞

Blanco, theyre often forsale on ebay, unless you since aquired one 👍

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