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2 minutes ago, Royal_D said:


100% agree pal,  there’s still a bit of that weird hate for them because it’s not Adidas or Nike and it’s one of Chansiris ideas 

 

I think if they can get a bit more competitive price wise there won’t be many complaints, be interested to hear from anyone who thinks the quality is an issue because for me it’s bang on 

 

I don’t buy shirts tbh for me but my son likes rare ones for when he’s actually playing so I keep a look out on that basis and he has some beauties.

 

I have never heard many complaints about the actual quality of our ELEV8 shirts, sizing yes, but I still remember that season when everyones VW badges came off in the wash.

 

Our very recent barmy history is chartered by our kits/sponsors and I might start a thread one day because it really, really is.

 

This and last season’s kits and marketing have been excellent and I don’t giveaflyingfuck what anyone says, it’s true.  Way better than anything else in recent times.

 

 

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Quite like them.  Think it's makes sense to go traditional on the home strip and then experiment more on the away strip.

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Strips ok - would like stripes on the home socks. 
Not too keen on the collars - ‘grandad style’ ?

Perfect for some of the slow older players I suppose 🤔

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17 minutes ago, evaD said:

Did a quick fix. Much better

 

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So much better

 

The funny thing was I couldn't put my finger on what you had actually done, I had to go look at the kit again!

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This is why our club is so special. What other club in the league would actually camouflage their players and make them harder to pick out just to give the other team a chance? 
 

 https://www.90min.com/posts/6224304-gary-neville-reveals-why-man-utd-ditched-grey-kit-at-half-time-during-1996-defeat-to-southampton

 

I like the home kit though.

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On 24/07/2020 at 14:44, KernowOwl said:

I like both shirts. I’ll be buying both. Home for me and away for my son cos he loves it. 

 

I was just about to ask if anyone actually likes that away shirt..........must admit I'm knocking on, to me it's a shocker, beating the grey/silver/purpley thing yonks ago into 1st place of my least favourable away shirt ever.

 

Out of interest how old is your son?

 

*not keen on the home shirt either, don't like the collar, a collar needs to be a collar imo*

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I like both kits. Granted the away shirt will look daft on middle aged men with beer bellies but I’m actually considering buying a shirt for the first time in a while. 

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56 minutes ago, Growl67 said:

This is why our club is so special. What other club in the league would actually camouflage their players and make them harder to pick out just to give the other team a chance? 
 

 https://www.90min.com/posts/6224304-gary-neville-reveals-why-man-utd-ditched-grey-kit-at-half-time-during-1996-defeat-to-southampton

 

I like the home kit though.

 

 

  Just another whining excuse for not doing very well against a team they decided before kick off should just roll over . Silver kits for us has meant promotion twice and they were to all intents and purposes shiny grey.  The Scotsmen had to have an excuse for why a relegation threatened team didnt just accept they were going to lose and give up before kick off . Petulant w@/&^%s .

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3 minutes ago, Silkstone Owl said:

It’s a ‘magic eye’ picture 
 

keep looking, and the outline of an owl appears Monkmanface

 

I see Gordon the Gopher and Neil Warnock.

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22 minutes ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

I see Gordon the Gopher and Neil Warnock.

I saw the Predator.  Maybe that's our new philosophy

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4 hours ago, S72 Owl said:

I like both kits. Granted the away shirt will look daft on middle aged men with beer bellies but I’m actually considering buying a shirt for the first time in a while. 

It was designed for middle aged men with beer bellies. 
If the away end at any ground is full of wednesdayites wearing that abomination it’s going to look like a farmer has driven through with his muck spreader and deposited a load of slurry on the terrace.

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5 hours ago, Weshallovercome said:

 

I was just about to ask if anyone actually likes that away shirt..........must admit I'm knocking on, to me it's a shocker, beating the grey/silver/purpley thing yonks ago into 1st place of my least favourable away shirt ever.

 

Out of interest how old is your son?

 

*not keen on the home shirt either, don't like the collar, a collar needs to be a collar imo*

My son Is 7 and he has autism, he loves different design football shirts. But after showing him the 2 shirts he loves the home shirt, likes the collar 😂

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