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On 08/09/2021 at 03:23, Jaqen said:

 

Read with interest, then came across the dreaded word 'crypto currency' - fuck that for a game of soldiers - never touched them and (fingers crossed) never will. 

 

If we go down this road - what actual 'influence' do you think we would have, probably not a lot apart from changing the music for when we score a goal (when we score - no playing writes for that composer).

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16 minutes ago, Danh1 said:

We now have the oldest in the league.

 

 

And long may it continue.

 

That timeline is also very misleading; Leicester have only changed the font, Southampton have only changed the appearance of the football, Watford have only capitalised the club name on theirs from a crest they've had since 1978.

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1 minute ago, kisearch said:

Man City's and ours are the only ones that massively changed from their previous badge.

 

Man City also only went back or at the very least based their current crest on their crest from the late 80s and 90s. Chelsea's went for a modern adaptation of theirs from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Arsenal 'modernised' their badge and still a few of their fans hate it. Brentford's has massively changed and it looks shit imo, West Ham's is also a farce.

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2 hours ago, wormy said:

https://www.brentfordfc.com/news/2021/november/iconic-first-premier-league-home-kit-extended-through-202223/

 

Brentford using the same kit for two years. Would love to see a wider return to two yearly kits. Shame 99% of clubs are too money hungry for it.

Yep, annoys me there's a new kit every season.

 

A) If there's a good one (lol yeah right) it's nice to be 'in date' for 2 years for those that purchased it.

B) It's just better isn't it? It became a big deal when there was a kit reveal. Lots of anticipation surrounding it

C) On points A and B - would one not think in the longer term you actually sell more? As opposed to people humming and harring on getting one if it will be out of date in under 12 months? If so, the club ends up making more £

 

 

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5 minutes ago, TheGuv said:

Yep, annoys me there's a new kit every season.

 

A) If there's a good one (lol yeah right) it's nice to be 'in date' for 2 years for those that purchased it.

B) It's just better isn't it? It became a big deal when there was a kit reveal. Lots of anticipation surrounding it

C) On points A and B - would one not think in the longer term you actually sell more? As opposed to people humming and harring on getting one if it will be out of date in under 12 months? If so, the club ends up making more £

 

 

 

 

I think I particularly feel nostalgic for 2 yearly kits because it feels like the switch to 1 yearly kits coincided with our kits becoming shit more often that not. Probably not helped by Puma taking over round about that time.

 

Was thinking about C) myself and would be interested to see if any comparison could be made of how many sales are lost/gained as a result of the change. I know I've sure as hell never bought a shirt two years in a row.

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