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    New shirt

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    Your thoughts ? I don't like the collar or the advertising for curry and rice above the Lovebet name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
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    Your thoughts ? I don't like the collar or the advertising for curry and rice above the Lovebet name.
    Our shiirts have been SH1T for sometime , Why the hell do not Burnley offer a vote for the shirt, before releasing it??
    After all it is us Mugs who buy/ refrain from buying it!!

    Last shirt I Bought was the Classy white shirt with Gold edgings for Wembley that was class.

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    It's awful. It'll make our players look like they've all got proportionally short arms like a t rex.

    Made for the handball rule maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
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    Your thoughts ? I don't like the collar or the advertising for curry and rice above the Lovebet name.
    I think you have mistaken LoveBets national identity, I have not had a curry to eat in China, ever.

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    Burnley Football Club is proud to announce a new shirt sponsorship deal with LoveBet.

    LoveBet is a leading online betting brand offering a wide range of games from sports betting to live dealer casino, online slot games and more.

    The leading Asian betting brand will have their branding on all Burnley FC adult home and away shirts for three years, commencing in the 2019/20 Premier League season.

    Edward Li, Senior Director from LoveBet, said: “We are thrilled to announce our first English Premier League shirt partnership with Burnley Football Club.

    “The growing presence of the club in Asia and worldwide will help us further promote our brand.

    “We’re already planning a lot of activities for the fans and our users and are looking forward to the partnership in the coming three years.”

    LoveBet is also the Official Asian Betting Partner of French Ligue 1 Champions Paris St Germain in a deal running since 2018.

    The brand is well-known for providing a safe and stable platform with outstanding quality and value and conforms to high regulatory standards set in respect of online betting.

    Anthony Fairclough, Commercial Director at Burnley Football Club, said: “We are delighted to welcome LoveBet, who we believe will be the ideal partner for the club.

    "Together, we will reach and engage with our ever-increasing global audience, in particular in the Asian market.”

    LoveBet’s distinctive branding will appear on the front and the sleeves of all adult home and away shirts.

    In adhering to strict betting rules, all junior shirts will not carry the LoveBet logo and will remain blank.

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    I'm never quite sure what's 'Asian' about LoveBet, they're owned by Vivaro who are registered in Malta. Not a betting company of any interest to me, and I like a bet, you can bet on Table Tennis or Virtual Drag Racing with them for instance, but not horse-racing. Not really bookies then, just an online platform for relieving mugs of their hard-earned, fair enough, no one is forced to bet with them.

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    No-one does "due diligence" anymore as far as footie is concerned sinkov, it's all about the Wonga...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    No-one does "due diligence" anymore as far as footie is concerned sinkov, it's all about the Wonga...
    It's been all about the Wonga as far back as I can remember BT, but have they learned a lesson on due diligence, the PL do seem to be very wary of the Newcastle takeover. I've just come back from up there and the Newcastle fans I spoke to aren't happy bunnies, they just want Ashley out and don't seem to care much who takes over. As long as they've plenty of Wonga of course.

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