Tottenham Hotspur 2014/15 kits: Club unveil new Bill Nicholson-inspired home and away shirts
The kits have been launched today
Tottenham Hotspur have unveiled the home and away shirts that they will be wearing next season.
The Under Armour kits were launched today with the designs inspired by former player and manager Bill Nicholson. 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of his passing. As manager Nicholson guided Spurs to the league title in 1961, the last time that they won the division.
The kits reference one of Nicholson's most famous quotes: "It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we of Spurs have set our sights very high, so high in fact that even failure will have in it an echo of glory."
The Tottenham Hotspur home goalkeeper shirt
The Tottenham Hotspur away shirt
The away shirt features 11 yellow strips, signifying the number of trophies won during Nicholson's reign.
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