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Adidas ditching The Toon


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They wont be ditching us on sales or because we are a joke on the pitch.

 

However I will be happy if they do because it's time for a change and this current home shirt isn't even striped correctly. :lol:

 

Umbro or Nike would probably come in as both have associations and I think even a simpleton can see that fans simply dont want to buy a shit shirt made by Donnay or Londsdale with a sports direct logo on it - It would be so tacky I woundn't wear it for a start - instead I would either just wear a scarf or get a 60's Nufc shirt from toffs.

 

Puma would be interesting or Kappa.

 

Something like that, and make the badge bigger! :nufc:

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If we get Puma or Kappa a lot of people are going to have to lose beer bellys like.

 

There will be rows of fans displaying NUFC tattooed six pack instead of beer bellys :nufc:

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Always liked Kappa strips going back to the old Juve ones. Really decent quality as well. Don't seem to make many strips these days though. And tbf, you look like a fucking twat in a football top with a big beer belly anyway.

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Yeh to be honest i will only wear them when playing now, I prefer to take a scarf to the match.

I like it when you see loads of people at the match in b&w tops but I never wear one myself (5-a-side apart). I think they're for kids really. I've got the odd old one I might occasionally dig out (Asics one mentioned before and the beer mat / grandad collar one). I've got a couple of match-worn ones I've been given since then too. Never wear those either. Should probably sell them on ebay really.

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Always liked Kappa strips going back to the old Juve ones. Really decent quality as well. Don't seem to make many strips these days though. And tbf, you look like a fucking twat in a football top with a big beer belly anyway.

The crack is it's going to be PUMA, could be better, could be worse. Remember them mackem ones 93-97 :nufc: AVEC, I think it must've been their first attempt at making a shirt. The Kappa ones in the mid 90's were nice Juventus and Bilbao's were iconic, but my favourite shirts were the lotto ones, I don't think they even exist now. The AC Milan one springs to mind.

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Always liked Kappa strips going back to the old Juve ones. Really decent quality as well. Don't seem to make many strips these days though. And tbf, you look like a fucking twat in a football top with a big beer belly anyway.

The crack is it's going to be PUMA, could be better, could be worse. Remember them mackem ones 93-97 :nufc: AVEC, I think it must've been their first attempt at making a shirt. The Kappa ones in the mid 90's were nice Juventus and Bilbao's were iconic, but my favourite shirts were the lotto ones, I don't think they even exist now. The AC Milan one springs to mind.

Aye, I think Puma's alright as well. Not sure what happened to Lotto but they did make a Juve kit between Kappa and Nike I think. Think they made / make the Italian refs tops. Probably a few more Italian teams use them but I never really get to watch Italian football anyway now. Kappa made a nice Milan kit too (the all white European Cup one from about '92). Adidas did too. I prefer old skool kits anyway (proper ones rather than reproductions if possible).

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Kappa is a bit charver these days.

Tbh, it was back then but the strips were still nice. In fact, I'd say more charvers wore it back then (trackies etc.) than do now.

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