The home shirt was the usual black and white with a hint of yellow piping down the shirt. The sleeves were totally black and the back was completely white (looking very nice with numbers on). Many said the quality of the shirt was not what it had been in previous seasons but with the club in administration it was down to what was most affordable. For the same reason the players also had only one of each shirt and weren't allowed to take either home or away at the end of the season. The reason for this was that the Administrator realised there was money to be made from them and this was much needed by the club.
The shirt started out with no sponsorship but once a deal with Paragon was struck ,just after the beginning of the new season, the logo was ironed on. Again because of lack of funds shirts couldn't be replaced ! This is evident in the pre-season shots of the players who are seen wearing completely plain shirts. The design, unadorned by the yellow Paragon logo, was also sold in replica form - these being available in the club shop from the moment the last league game of the previous season ended. This first set also bore the name of 'Uhlsport' above the 140th motiff. This turned out to be an error and later shirts made after this didn't have this on them. Fans have made the Uhlsport, plain replica issue a very much sought after item.