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Featuring a green and black to rsgoldfast

Posted by: mmogowen on 03/15/2018 08:37 AM

Featuring a green and black claw like pattern on the standard yellow background, this kit seemed to have a positive impact on the team, the Socceroos only lost two match out of the 19 they played in 1997 but ultimately failed to reach the World Cup in France after a 2-all draw in Melbourne with

It had its nadir at the 1997 Confederations Cup where the Socceroos went all the way to the final against Brazil. 1995 - 'Diamonds are forever' The 1995 diamond design (worn here by Steve Corica) failed to deliver for the Socceroos as they only managed to win four games that year.

They say diamonds are a girls best friend but they definitely weren't for friendly to the Socceroos when they produced this design in 1995.Featuring three rows of diamonds down the right armpit plastered on the distinctive yellow background that Australian shirts have become accustomed too, the shirt was arguably as good as the Socceroos 1995 results.Australia managed to win only four games in 1995 as the 'diamond' may have failed to strike fear in the opposition.1993 -

The all 'Adidas self-promotion' Adidas arguably used the 1993 shirt ( worn by then skipper Paul Wade) as a self promoting device. The shirt prominantly featuered the company's famous three stripes - be it on the shirt and shortsAdidas's famous three stripes were extremely evident in the 1993 shirt, plastered from right shoulder to left hip the green stripes were prominent on the bright yellow shirt

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