Revealed: Liverpool Used Tape To Hide Sponsor Logo UEFA Champions League Final

If you watched the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool FC and Tottenham Hotspur yesterday night, you might have noticed that there something was strange with the kits worn by many Liverpool players.



Liverpool FC Uses Tape To Hide Not-Allowed Sleeve Sponsor



Many Liverpool players such as Salah, Mane and Firmino wore kits which featured red tape on the left sleeve, something that is not a regular feature of New Balance's Liverpool kits.



The reason for what he tape on Liverpool's kit is simple - it hides the Western Union sleeve logo - sleeve sponsor are not allowed in UEFA competitions. The likely reason why they did just not use new kits might be that New Balance / the club had run out of kits - something that is actually hard to imagine in today's billion dollar football business.

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Some players, however, seem to have enough kits left for the Champions League and wore jerseys without taping.


The matchworn LFC 2019 CL final kits are sure to be a much-wanted collectors item.



Have you noticed this during the game? What do you think were the reasons for Liverpool to be forced to do this? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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