Ranked! The 20 best Premier League shirts EVER
20. Derby, 1997/98 (home)
For some reason, shirts became incredibly baggy in the late '90s – picture Steve McManaman hurtling along in a long-sleeve that looks like he borrowed it from a much bigger brother.
However the Rams’ natty Puma-made white effort was one of the few that looked bang on, particularly when modelled by confusing human-octopus hybrid Paolo Wanchope: a mass of limbs, skill and confusion wrapped in a shirt the size of a beach windbreak.
19. Everton, 2015/16 (home)
A little turret and a couple of elephants can only enhance a football shirt, and while all Umbro’s efforts have been admirable, last season’s version was possibly the best, making Leighton Baines look every inch the mod idol.
18. Nottingham Forest, 1992/93 (home)
Some will lobby that the bold 1994 effort you might picture Stan Collymore or Jason Lee striding about in was better. But this effort tops it for our money, thanks to its subtle pinstripes, understated logo, and the sponsorship of Shipstones, a decent, gritty local brewer that chimes better with Roy Keane’s ultraviolence than Canadian swill-merchants Labatts, who took over the following term.