Traditional Hoops strip will always be the favourite top

CELTIC have launched their new 'tartan' away strip, to mixed reaction.

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There has been a mixed reaction to Celtic's new away strip
There has been a mixed reaction to Celtic's new away strip

John Kelly from Bishopbriggs wants to know which was Davie's favourite top?

It has always been the traditional Hoops, and always will be.

In my playing days, we only had a second strip in case our top clashed with the oppositions' kit.

Now, the number of different strips is a commercial and fashion thing.

I do confess, however, I have a soft spot for the shiny, lime green second kit of the mid-Eighties, because that was what our Bhoys were wearing the day we won the league at Love Street.

Just email Davie at daviehay@eveningtimes.co.uk and we'll print the answer alongside the question.

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