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  1. The shooting ball logo seems like it's a very, very stylized take on a piston, though I can't say that as a certainty so it failed.
  2. Meh. The Eurostile font was modern enough while still keeping the aesthetic they've used for most of their history. And if I'm not mistaken the spurs have never used a vertically arched spurs wordmark
  3. Up until 2000, that was actually the standard. The Scudetto or the coccarda replaced the club crest, with the crest being put either on the sleeves or just not appearing. IIRC, it was also due to the UEFA directives that said that only one symbol could appear on the shirt. Ideally the scudetto and the adidas logo should have been reversed, creating better balance, but With current manufacturing it would have been impossible to modify the position of the crest or of the adidas logo. The coccarda should have been put on the sleeve, but Nike seems reluctant to use that solution. The only way Inter 2010/11 could have been worse was if the shirt also had a placket. Fortunately they had a v-neck. Once they won the CWC it was an absolute mess though.
  4. While I can't fault either LeBron and Durant for putting themselves in the best possible position to win, there is a world of difference between joining a team that hadn't got past the first round in any of the four previous years (even while also adding Bosh) and that would have been a long shot contender for the title without him and going to a team that in the previous two years had a title, the all-time NBA regular season win record and were one game away from a second straight title. Even without KD the warriors would have been the favourites to win the West. I can't fault him for wanting to win a title, but when you swap Harrison barnes for kevin durant on what is already one of the best teams ever it really of taking the easiest path. Going to a middling team, even with the second best point guard in the game and with an all star PF joining isn't the same as joining forces with the unanimous MVP, two other All-NBA players, and a Finals MVP as sixth man.
  5. Arsenal away and third, I actually really like that third, hope we'll see it more often than the clash BVB Champions League
  6. I was an absolute wreck today. Totti became captain when I was a year old. There has never been and never will be someone with his ability to create chances with his back to goal. There have been multi-year relationships that I was less emotionally invested about leaving than today.
  7. That off center adidas logo on the West Brom kit is seriously troubling me
  8. It's a hell of a lot easier to get supporting casts for players right on the cusp of superstardom like Giannis and Wall than to get a superstar to play with a great supporting cast. And in the NBA it's practically impossible to win if you don't have a Potential top 5 player . Maybe Fultz develops into that player, maybe not. But point guards rarely mature to superstar level before 25
  9. Seems like the front part of the sleeve is of the same mesh material the aeroswift has on the front while the back part is the little stripes like last year
  10. You can kind of see the transition to the darker shade of the sleeves on Nainngolan's shirt, very weird. I think the transition from the two ends of the sleeves will be less noticeable than the transition from back sleeve to back panel
  11. The font is terrible The black is completely unnecessary and is what really bring a no-nonsense kit down. I'd be okay with black socks, that combination has historical precedent, but not with red pants, that has nothing to do with Roma's history. Usually not a fan of teams wearing next years kit in the final day of the season but it would be stupid not to this time, practically license to print money. i'm interested in how the contrasting sleeves on the back but not on the front look. We'd need to see it worn, and we still haven't had one clear image of how it looks.
  12. It's supposed to be so that you can get name+numbering done on any shirt at any shop in the world, since there's only 5 number colors for the whole league and pretty much any shop that customizes will carry the font. Plus it identifies the league, which is why the little logo is there, on top of making it harder for counterfeiters. personally I'm not a huge fan of it, especially limiting the colors available like the EPL does, which leads to disasters like gold numbers on shirts with volt trim or black numbers for teams that don't use black
  13. Adidas hit another one out of the park, that Ajax kit is beautiful.
  14. The shade of red and yellow are much better than the FH mockup, which was way too light. The black stripe should have been yellow, there's really no need for black and for gigs reason there hasn't been any in Roma since the mid-2000's. The black socks are only good if they pair them with white shorts, otherwise terrible.
  15. Of course, the wrongest of them all was this one at Platini's farewell game