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New Kit Unveiled

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 09/04/2002

GRIMSBY Town have revealed their new kit design for next season, which is once again sponsored by Dixon Motors. The shirt differs from this season's design in several areas, although is broadly similar and still has a plain black back.

The shirt, which will go on Sale in June, has a new V-neck in the sponsor’s colour of orange, and the Dixons logo is larger than in the current design. Other than that the shirt will continue to feature broad black stripes, which mostly black sleeves, including a white strip on the shoulders.

Town Commercial manager Tony Richardson told the club's official site, "We think people will like the new kit. It continues Grimsby’s traditional theme, while including elements from our sponsor Dixon Motors."

The club are also giving fans the chance to vote on their preferred design of away shirt, with the choice being between two blue strips, one light and one dark.

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