We have former Tottenham defender Jason Cundy at the top today. I promise I’m not picking pictures of people in the 1992 away shirt on purpose (but I do still love it).
Ramble of the Day
I’ve got a question: Which kits do you own? For me, it’s quite a lot.
My sisters and I have a shared collection, and if we’re not counting repeats, we have 33. The tops ended up in our collection for a few reasons: the obvious one is supporting a team, and a few were impulse buys from our travels, while a number of them are just random ones we ran into that were cheaper than usual. To list the ones you’re looking at, from left to right:
- Rimini FC, home
- Vintage Tampa Bay Mutiny, away
- Afghanistan women, home
- Vintage Chivas USA, home
- Næstved BK, home
- United States, 2019 home
- United States, 2014 away
- United States, 2019 away
- Portland Timbers, 2017 home
- The Netherlands, 2019 home
- United States men, 2017 Gold Cup
- France women, 2019 away
- Bayern Munich, 2014-15 home
- Albania, 2016 home
- AS Roma, 2015-16 home
- Australia women, 2019 home
- Belgium, 2018 home
- United States men, 2010 away
- New York Red Bulls, 2011 away
- Tottenham Hotspur, 2012-13 home
- Atlético Madrid, 2018-19 home
- New York Red Bulls, 2010 home
- Colombia, 2018 home
- Bayern Munich, 2018-19 away
- Seattle Sounders, 2017 third
- Valenciennes, home
- Tottenham Hotspur, 2014-15 home
- New York Red Bulls, 2018 home
- Tottenham Hotspur, 2015-16 third
- Vintage Miami Fusion, home
- New York Red Bulls, 2015 home
- Tottenham Hotspur, 2013-14 goalkeeper
- New York Red Bulls, 2014 away
I didn’t realize how many it was until my sisters and I decided to find out, and it really is no wonder that we’ve had to find three different places to house them all.
tl;dr: What does your kit collection look like? (Big or small, all are welcome.)
Links of the Day
- Standard Liège’s Obbi Oularé was fined by police for holding a barbecue, breaking social distancing guidelines.
- Concacaf president Victor Montagliani said the qualifying format for the 2022 World Cup may have to change.
Former Chelsea player and manager Gianluca Vialli is officially cancer free after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Barcelona’s Ivan Rakitić criticized his club, saying they attempted to force him to leave.
Today’s longer read: Ewan Murray on the confusion over the decision to end the SPFL season, which was due on Friday, for The Guardian