Everton's Top 5 Worst Ever Away Kits

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Another list of truly shocking away kits, this time here are Everton's top 5 away strips from their time in the Premier League, with the number one spot being in an easy pick...

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5. 2010/11


Every single Everton fan will give you the same answer for this one. In an attempt to match the likes of Palermo and Juventus, Everton issued a pink away strip for the 2010/11 season. Why they decided to make it florescent is beyond the rest of us sane people. There was even the option of wearing the same pink coloured shorts, but thankfully for the majority of the time, the Everton players could spare some blushes with the dark blue bottoms.

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4. 1992/93


Coming in second place is Everton's away strip from the 1992/3 season, which lasted a further year as well. This shirt is truly a sore sight for any football fans as the red and dark blue combination is a really poor attempt. The "NEC" logo also looks as it's been drawn by a child, culminating this shirt to be a disgusting look for Everton fans.

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3. 2009/10


Luckily, the Toffees never saw much of this shirt, as it was in fact their third kit of that season. However, there's no denying it's groseness and Everton fans were shocked to see their beloved badge in pink. Clearly, "Chang Beer" didn't agree that their logo would be printed in pink either, which only makes the whole look seem even worse.

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2. 1994/95


Everton's away kit for two seasons from 1994 was not a pleasant one and thankfully, Goodison Park never had to witness this shambles of a kit. All white with the black and blue collar would have been a smart design, yet someone decided to add the grey bar code look. The addition really mucks up the shirt, which will go down as one of Everton's worst.

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1. 2001/02


This is actually the third kit of Everton that season and it just about pips the away kit of that year (an all grey misery) to fifth postion in this list. Just imagine how hilarious Abel Xavier looked running down the pitch wearing this kit. The only part of this kit, which deserves any sort of credit is the badge, while the rest of it is truly awful.

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