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Thread: 19/20 Away Kit

  1. #21
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    0-0 in the Olympic Stadium Munich, the Super Cup v Hamburg, McKimmie’s winner at Tynecastle. We wore white with red trim. Classic. Stick to it.

    Fu(kin black/gold, blue, light grey. Gold for Christ sake.

    Just make it white with red trim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtrmntr75 View Post
    0-0 in the Olympic Stadium Munich, the Super Cup v Hamburg, McKimmie’s winner at Tynecastle. We wore white with red trim. Classic. Stick to it.

    Fu(kin black/gold, blue, light grey. Gold for Christ sake.

    Just make it white with red trim.

    Life is simple - why make it difficult.

    White with red trim every time.

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    We look more pleasing on the eye as a support when we’re all in red & white. Red & Black, dark blue, anything else, just reminds me of all the times when we’ve been shyte. We were great in Red & white

    I couldnt give a sh1t that Davie Robb once wore a blue strip at Pittodrie before anyone starts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason89 View Post
    We look more pleasing on the eye as a support when we’re all in red & white. Red & Black, dark blue, anything else, just reminds me of all the times when we’ve been shyte. We were great in Red & white

    I couldnt give a sh1t that Davie Robb once wore a blue strip at Pittodrie before anyone starts
    Not too keen on it, but maybe it'll grow on me. I'd have preferred a plain white shirt. Actually, i'd prefer we just kept the same shirt for a couple of seasons - would maybe encourage more people to buy it. I see Partick Thistle have revealed their new away kit too, complete with the LGBT rainbow stripes on it.

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    Well I like it. I understand we could keep the same one for a couple of years; but if we are going to put out a new strip(s) every year, then it had to be different. Last years silver/grey one just looked like it needed a good wash.

    I’ll be getting it.

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    Don’t like it.
    It’s something contestants on Strictly Come Dancing would wear.

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    The top should be white with the stripes down the sleeve. I'd ditch the two stars and get the old retro badge back on the go.

    I can see why adidas and the club feel the need to chop and change though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtrmntr75 View Post
    0-0 in the Olympic Stadium Munich, the Super Cup v Hamburg, McKimmie’s winner at Tynecastle. We wore white with red trim. Classic. Stick to it.

    Fu(kin black/gold, blue, light grey. Gold for Christ sake.

    Just make it white with red trim.
    You missed oot black and orange. That was a shocker

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    Nae that bad.

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    Anyone on here know anything about the deal between AFC and Adidas ?

    Do we pay Adidas for the privilege of getting the strips from them ?

    Or is it the other way round and they supply the strips without any payment from us , and maybe even some payment to us as well ?

    If it’s the latter then I’d guess that Adidas have a major say in the choice of kits. Maybe, for instance , they have to give us 3 options to choose from. Could be that the time we got the all blue kit , the other options were one with green and white hoops and the other an all orange strip.

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    Looks pretty fine. Same design on the home top would have been nice. Wish they’d extend the stripes a wee bit more still allowing for the sleeve badges - they don’t have look squeezed in on the short sleeve tops. At least the lads will feel more like wolves than lambs to the slaughter.

    Should have a sweepstake on the away colours for next season. My money’s on cyan with magenta trimmings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinnydesalvo View Post
    Looks pretty fine. Same design on the home top would have been nice. Wish they’d extend the stripes a wee bit more still allowing for the sleeve badges - they don’t have look squeezed in on the short sleeve tops.

    Should have a sweepstake on the away colours for next season. My money’s on cyan with magenta trimmings.
    Its a white een next

    But ill guess Ford Tractor Blue for the one after and the meltdown it will cause

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    Dearie me, honking
    How makes these decisions
    Totally out of touch with the fans
    Wont sell.
    A merchanise disaster

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    Gold strip, total marketing gimmick. Get all the kids to buy it, wee lassies and mums will love it, job done as far as the marketing dept are concerned.
    Meanwhile our players, grown men, have to play 90mins in public wearing it getting ridiculed by the whole stadium and the other team. Doesnt instil confidence in an already nervous young player when hes got to run out dressed like a xmas cracker.
    Shambles. Wtf is wrong with white or the blue/gold stripes afab was ace.

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    To be fair the Adidas strips have been the best we have had since the early 90s Umbro kits.

    The puma,le coq sportif and Nike strips were as rank as the teams that played in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post



    Nae that bad.
    Looks like a hospital gown - it has a front only, no back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post




    Nae that bad.
    If that is all we have to moan about......FFS, JJ’s ma was blind, a couple of my mates are colour blind......it genuinely feels that whatever “our” club tries.....it does not seem right to some.......I(as per previously posted) am not too enamoured with certain aspects of our club, however, 2nd/3rd strips that are worn, well, to be blunt, are insignificant and the least of our worries, if some get upset, so be it.......thankfully, most do not.


    SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico94 View Post
    To be fair the Adidas strips have been the best we have had since the early 90s Umbro kits.

    The puma,le coq sportif and Nike strips were as rank as the teams that played in them.
    We’ve never had Le Coq Soortif

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedStarTorphins View Post
    We’ve never had Le Coq Sportif
    Yes we have.

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