A late edition tonight, with the request coming from Rob Carey, who wondered how a Sampdoria version of the 1990 West Germany shirt might have looked.
Of course, in reality Samp wore Asics in the season they won their first and so far only Scudetto – the campaign is being relived here at the moment – though it was actually a badge-engineered Kappa kit, with the maker’s logo the only difference from 1989-90.
In theory, the switch to the West Germany design is an easy transposition once the middle stripe in the ribbon is bisected, but of course Samp had a sponsor whereas the international shirt didn’t.
One potential solution was to put the ERG logo alongside the adidas mark, directly beneath the neck, but instead we used the narrower ribbon, as employed on the 1989-91 Cork City shirt, with the sponsor off-centre below it.
As always, your views are welcome, along with future FKF requests – comment below or tweet us @museumofjerseys.