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    Maybe as a club we have decided that although we don’t have to we prefer there being a defined difference between the kits.

    Maybe when making fast counter attacks Chris wants them to be able to see clearly with a fraction of a second exactly where the players are.

    The yellow is very distinctive and with the more counter attacking we play away from home there may be some research that shows its 5% easier.

    Or - it could just be to sell more yellow kits as the home is running low?
    Blue is faster than red,

    https://sports.yahoo.com/blue-faster...123120594.html

    Norwegian scientists have thrown caution to the wind by proclaiming that the fastest color in the ever-evolving color-to-speed Olympic algorithm is in fact, blue.

    “It’s been proven that blue is faster than other colors,” according to a sprint specialist for the Netherlands, Dai Dai Ntab, quoted in an article by (yes, seriously) the New York Times.
    “Melancholy is incompatible with bicycling.” James E Starrs
    Rarely serious, frequently taken seriously.

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