A shirt worn by the Hull City team during their unsuccessful 1992-93 season has been voted the most fashionable and visually-pleasing ever by football fans.
The shirt, a cacophony of Tiger stripes, was replaced after only one season when it was deemed 'intimidating' to and by opposing teams. It subsequently became much sought-after by dedicated 'collectors of beautiful things'.
In a poll of 1,000 Sky viewers, the shirt polled 85% of all votes cast, with Manchester United's tremendously unfashionable 1995-96 grey away shirt - the one that made them invisible to team-mates and the crowd - coming in a distant second.
Hull fan Tonys Turdy of Beverley said:
"I loved that shirt. I wore it and growled."
Former City favourite Sir Billy Whitehurst, who once famously hit a golf course greenkeeper over the head with his 1-wood, said:
"The shirt may have been scary, but the Tigers have always been a bit toothless."