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I had a conversation with Garth Dykes about 18 months ago regarding change strips . The first I can remember was tangerine but one or two away programmes in the 50s had us down in red shirts. Unfortunately he didn’t have records of what we wore as change further back. 
Having said all that , the need for change strips doesn’t seem to have been that strong in earlier times. I’ve got images of us away at Chelsea and Man City in the late 1910s/ early 1920s of both teams playing in blue! 
Always grateful for some hard information about this topic. 

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