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I doubt if I would get very far with this as I have stated previously that I was an amateur Ref - and all refs have some sort of visual impairment, haven't they? There were two occasions when I had games in which the teams had similarly-coloured strips, once at the Gyle and once at Saughton. I asked one of the teams to change with another team in the dressingrooms, which as everyone knows, were rather large and housed several teams on match days, and so it was easily arranged.I don't have it but I'd assume colour blindness is a disability???
If I was you I'd take that up with the Disability Officer at the club, no idea who it is these days. Maybe @Power as he passes by could let us know.
I wonder if the SPFL/SFA have ever researched this or considered issuing guidance to member clubs.
I see that our Development Squad use last night's strip as a goalie's jersey to avoid a clash with other strips.
I am red and green colour blind, the most common one. Almost all of my male cousins are similarly colour blind, with none of my female cousins being so afflicted, because our grandmother, my mother's mother, was the carrier. To show it can be partially nullified, my brother, also afflicted, worked most of his days as a painter and decorator. In Moaty's immortal (immoral?) words: Cue smart-arsed jokes.