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Vote For The New Owls Away Kit!

Wednesdayites have been given the chance to vote for the club's new away strip next season - and what a choice it is!

Owls fans have been given three choices - bright green, bright pink and bright orange strips to choose from next season - it certainly won't be difficult to pick out the players on away days next term.

Of course, the Owls have had orange kits before - most recently when they survived relegation from the Championship on the final day in 2008.

An 'Orange Wednesday' away day helped the Owls to a crucial 3-1 victory at Leicester City which ultimately sent the Foxes down and saw the Owls survive.

But bright green and bright pink away kits are new options for Owls fans, and have produced mixed responses from the fans.

The official SWFC website says that the new kits have 'been made with a retro feel to it and offers a brighter selection as a contrast to the current dark strip.'

To have a look at the options, and to place your vote, visit the official SWFC website by CLICKING HERE

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 13 2010

Time: 12:52PM

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bloody hell - looks like puma ran out of colours and used some old highlighter pens to finish it off!
Patrick Blondeau
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13/12/2010 13:57:00

I voted Orange!
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13/12/2010 14:02:00

went for green - anything but pink - do we think we're everton?
Patrick Blondeau
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13/12/2010 14:17:00

pink to make the boys wink
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13/12/2010 14:32:00

got to be orange the others are awful !
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13/12/2010 14:34:00

Jesus wept, im struggling to think of any worse colours. Went for the green though. weve already done orange and pink is just a little gay (not that there's anything wrong with it).
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13/12/2010 15:54:00

agree lime green but bloody hell the options were a bit thin
Hirsty's Shinpads
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13/12/2010 16:45:00

Ivoted Orange but wa tempted wi Pink cos different to wot we ad before.
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13/12/2010 17:05:00

tempted to swing over to the pink side eh....
Patrick Blondeau
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13/12/2010 17:29:00

dont vote pink, just gives the blunts ammo to call us pigs! thats if they still have any fans soon, the way there dwindling i dont see much hope for them
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13/12/2010 17:40:00

its official you are the pigs!!! what a lovely pink kit that is too....will look great in league 1 again next season....O'DRISCOLL for the lane...please santa please!!! premiership next season then!! UTB!!
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13/12/2010 17:44:00

Sod of bladey nip down to middlewood nut house you may get a manager from down there,did not take speed long to find out where they are going
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13/12/2010 17:58:00

turdforlife, when your manager is happy to leave your tiny club for a job with no potential whatsoever, what does that say about your poxy club.
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13/12/2010 17:59:00

Dear me. Last time there was a great selection with the two blue n black ones v good. This time they are not so good. Pig boy you have been been wearing streaky bacon for years. Gary Speed for Wales - he's lost almost every game for a tiny club so is well suited for the job. Talk about pigs off a sinking ship. Whatever kit we chose it will be the one we return to the prem in in 2012.
Radon Barrier
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13/12/2010 19:04:00

BFL I think the Red and White stripes will look excellent in League One. I doubt O Driscoll would down size to a smaller less successful club like you are at the moment. No cash pretty average squad. Could be a long season at the lane.
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13/12/2010 22:48:00

A bit concerned people from outside the club and especially blades will vote pink to take the p$s, great to let fans vote, but should be done on match days at the ground so only our supporters get to vote.
Donny Owl
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13/12/2010 23:24:00

we wont be having a pink kit, vote or no vote they will have already made up their minds, we dont really get a say.
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14/12/2010 00:25:00

a bit concerned??ha ha your club is showing it's true colours pigs playing in league 1.....good to see some of the jokers are still at swillsborough,,,giving us blades fans something to laugh about again!! if i were you donnypig i'd be more concerned the fact that you are losing masses of money week in week out (your outgoings are more than double your incomings.....if you dont go up...even you thickos can work out whats going to happen...MM or no MM!! on the other hand ozziethepig may struggle and might need it all explaining several times S...L..O..W....L....Y!!!!
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14/12/2010 06:01:00

losing money week in week out - didn't you just lose 18million? you've got a pretty rubbish manager and he doesn't even want to be at the club. your a point above relegation. the most exciting football moment of your week is that WE have a pink strip as an option for next seasons away kit. can your little club even afford to produce 3 options?
Patrick Blondeau
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14/12/2010 09:17:00

turdforlife, yet more pointless nonsense from yourself. how can you pig feckers call anybody about their finances? 68 million in debt you have said, call in the administrators. super milan might give you 50 for your stadium to use as a training ground. Our biggest concern is a slightly camp kit, yours is going bust. i notice gary speed couldnt get out of your 5h1t hole club quick enough.
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14/12/2010 09:40:00

loving the pink! ;-)
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14/12/2010 10:29:00

ha, after complaints they have removed the pink option and replaced it with a grey kit on the club website, iv gone with the grey, green would be my second choice....i hate orange.
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14/12/2010 14:56:00

i preferred yellow.
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14/12/2010 15:20:00

I think it should be blue and black strips like Inter Milan, after all our chairman is called Milan, and it would be a fitting tribute for all he's done for us. Plus how old is the designer who came up with these 3 options 10 years old, pigforlifes is about that age, i wonder ? i mean Orange, Green and Grey (was pink) how much thought has gone in to this, about 5 minutes by the looks of them.
ecco owl
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14/12/2010 15:21:00

why does d1ckforlife feel he knows the finances of our club? hes an idiot, he makes up things to make him sound like he knows what hes on about. and every time ive ever called him on it, he just fails to reply! blunt tard
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14/12/2010 15:22:00

great shout on the inter milan kit - that'd be well smart! puma's designers should just go on the true colours football kits website and copy some of the old classics. the grey one would be mint if it looked like 86-88 grey and purple one with 'finlux colour tv' sponsor!
Patrick Blondeau
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14/12/2010 15:31:00

yeah, i actually love the back and blue idea. ha, your not wrong ecco owl about the 10 year old, i could give my 5 year old nephew a crayon set and get better ideas. i always liked the gold one we had mid-90's with the small purple stripes and purple shorts.
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14/12/2010 15:52:00

If we choose green we will blend in with the pitch and look like the prediture
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14/12/2010 16:17:00

I watched missing persons earlier, it was all Utd fans they are trying to find, thousands have literally just disappeared into a big hole much like the chilean miners but at least they eventually resurfaced.
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14/12/2010 17:03:00

I prefer the grey one but possibly with different colour shorts and socks, as all grey just looks a little bit plain
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