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Memories flood back of Ronaldinho toe poking one in at Stamford Bridge, of Messi in a baggy shirt during his early days and even further back, an athletic Rivaldo driving at defenders.
And if the rumours are true, we could be about to see the return of the gold away shirt which became iconic for this period of time between 2001-2004 were two kits were in circulation as Barcelona rose to its dominance of European football.
According to Footy Headlines, Nike will look to reinstall the colour into the club's change kit design from next season. It has not confirmed if the shirt will feature the thick horizontal navy block or the pin stripes, both designs including blue and red pin stripes.
Fans have been quick to react and show imagination on the reveal, with many on Twitter keen to see the return of that 2001-02 shirt worn by Luis Enriqué, Kluivert and a young Xavi.
No other details have been given yet, other than that the shirt will definitely be gold. It is thought that Nike will release more information in the coming weeks. The popular culture of football shirts old and new has grown over the past few years with leading club's spending more resource on appealing to fans of all ages, not just for their own club's but general football fans as well.
Barcelona will help the nostalgia of the team wearing the all gold strip on course for the La Liga title in 2004-05, inspired by Samuel Eto'o, Deco and an emerging Andreas Iniesta can inspire a new era of success and identity.
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