This scarf is inspired by an all-time favourite amongst United fans, an away shirt worn between 1975-1980.
This admiral kit has become one of the most iconic kits in United's history. Several versions of this kit were produced, including a shirt with four stripes in 1975-76. This was supposedly due to a legal battle between Admiral and Adidas, down to the use of three stripes, which Adidas claimed to have trademarked. The legal battle was lengthy and a compromise was reached, with Admiral agreeing to pay a small annual fee for the use of the stripes.
Another variation was introduced for the 1978-79 season which featured the centenary club badge.
In this period, United gained a reputation for playing generally dull football under Dave Sexton, who was not popular with the fans. But they did reach an FA Cup Final in 1979 and finished league runners-up in 1980. Other highlights included the signings of Ray Wilkins, who established himself as one of Europe's finest midfielders, and Joe Jordan, who scored more than 50 goals in three years.
170cm in length x 19cm in width
Only 50 created
Made in the UK
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