9 worst and best Doncaster Rovers shirts from the past

Doncaster Rovers fans have been getting shirty after it was revealed the club's new away kit has been designed by One Direction star Louis Tomlinson.

Wednesday, 6th April 2016, 12:40 pm
Another Free Press sponsored shirt - this time from 1989-90.

But there are plenty of other designs from the club's past for supporters to get hot under the collar about.

Here are 9 Doncaster Rovers shirts from bygone days - some good, some bad, and some downright ugly. How many can you remember?

Winston White models the infamous Doncaster Free Press sponsored "graphic hoops" kit from the 1991-92 season.

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And how many do you own? Have you still got some of them lurking at the back of your wardrobe? Let us know!

Doncaster Rovers boss Dave Mackay (right), Joe Kinnear (centre) and Keith Agar unveil the new St George's Car Centre shirt in 1987.
Steve Beaglehole sports this natty "seaweed over the shoulder" number.
The fondly remembered Pilkington Glass kit from the 1984-85 season.
Doncaster Rovers' latest signing Mickey Norbury (centre), is pictured with skipper Russ Wilcox and striker Graeme Jones in November 1994 in this Doncaster Star backed blue away kit.
Striker Leo Fortune West in Rovers' traditional red and white hoops and sponsored by Streetwise Sports in 2004.
Doncaster Rovers in the Doncaster Star backed kit in 1994.
Striker Prince Moncrieffe in the kit Rovers played in when they were relegated from the Football League in the 1997-98 season.
Winston White models the infamous Doncaster Free Press sponsored "graphic hoops" kit from the 1991-92 season.
Doncaster Rovers boss Dave Mackay (right), Joe Kinnear (centre) and Keith Agar unveil the new St George's Car Centre shirt in 1987.
Steve Beaglehole sports this natty "seaweed over the shoulder" number.
The fondly remembered Pilkington Glass kit from the 1984-85 season.
Doncaster Rovers' latest signing Mickey Norbury (centre), is pictured with skipper Russ Wilcox and striker Graeme Jones in November 1994 in this Doncaster Star backed blue away kit.
Striker Leo Fortune West in Rovers' traditional red and white hoops and sponsored by Streetwise Sports in 2004.
Doncaster Rovers in the Doncaster Star backed kit in 1994.
Striker Prince Moncrieffe in the kit Rovers played in when they were relegated from the Football League in the 1997-98 season.