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  1. Quite a few ones in South America. In Argentina there's second division side Guillermo Brown, named after the founder of Argentina's Navy. Then there is a few named after saints, most notably San Lorenzo de Almagro. There's Italian third division side Giana Erminio which are based in Gorgonzola, they were named after Alpino fighter Erminio Giana who died in the First World War
  2. And here it is. Would have preferred a white liverbird in all honesty. Nice and clean, Could have done something more considering it's the 125th anniversary
  4. Reminds of the BVB kit from 2007/08 with the super wide chest stripe I think I'd like it more if the black stripe was slightly higher so that the Caixa logo could be in the middle of it. Still an interesting variation nonetheless
  5. IMO the one wit the the giant logo was worse, but I still wouldn't call it ugly Marek Hamsik is hardly a looker and he's worn some G-d awful kits at Napoli. Especially the 'you know what? Camo isn't ugly enough, how can we make it worse?" Kit
  6. They're not great but they've had worse recently. The way the stripe is done Is an improvement over when they tried the pole in 12/13, as are the colors. And both 11/12 and 15/16 were worse than this
  7. There's a few which stick out in my mind for either the anticipation or the immediate reaction to the release. -the Marlins, were we got a ton of reports about how it was revolutionary and while the switch to orange and black was widely known the reception was mixed. I distinctly remember the boards crashing during that release. -the browns had probably the longest pre-release thread, between the city/team history argument, the gray facemask argument, discussions about what should be their logo, the rumours about a Paul brown silhouette logo, the teasers with the orange stitching who no one could figure out. And then of course the release with those awful pants. -the bucs and jaguars got slammed after the release. - one that's been overlooked is the Lightning rebrand. Opinions were pretty strong on that one. - for league wide threads, the Nike NFL takeover and the 2010? NBA REV30 switch with new uniforms for the Warriors, Clippers, Cavs, Jazz, Mavs and T-wolves, plus updates to numerous teams were discussed a lot. Wasn't there for the Nhl going to Edge.
  8. Last year Milan had a darker red and it wasn't really a problem either (this year with the plain black back is a different case)
  9. It's not a bad logo, but IMO this is (at best) a lateral move from the previous howling wolf logo. I preferred the trees in the background to the North Star. The coyotes tweet is ridiculous. It's clearly the same wolf as before, just refined to give it less detail. it's most apparent on the ear, the teeth and the mouth
  10. It's not like it's competely unheard of for teams to add colors that aren't part of the club solely for the purpose of legibility
  11. Steve Nash in the streaking sun uniforms The current Lakers looks more right for both Kobe (obviously) and Shaq AI as a rookie and during his comeback IIRC Deron Williams only wore these for half a season before he was traded Jordan as a rookie Blake Griffin his rookie year Dirk with the green/blue Mavs
  12. it's a shame because it looks like an update of the 60's unifroms I praised before in this thread with only blue and silver and no white. But the sleeve wordmark is completely unneccessary.
  13. Siena had a project for a stadium that fit in the Tuscan landscape, shame they never managed to build it Meanwhile AC Milan's was supposed to fit in with office blocks, with the pitch below ground level The Tokyo National Olympic Stadium that got canceled after they realised that while Zaha Hadid's Vagina Stadiums look cool, they cost a :censored:ton of money A Le Corbusier concept for a 100.000 capacity stadium in paris The 49ers late 90's stadium proposal
  14. Thank you very much Caltrava designed what was supposed to hold the 2009 swimming World cup and a basketball/volleyball arena in Roma Maybe it's not completely unrealized but at this point they're like this and it's unlikely either get completed Staying in Rome, the previous proposed stadium for Roma Fiorentina Atalanta Cagliari Palermo
  15. Hey mate. I was wondering what the '10' represents in the AS Roma celebratory badge?

    1. anythinglogos


      It's not really an ASRoma badge, it's a design celebrating Francesco Totti (hence the 10 and the 1976 in Roman numerals) that was part of the Football's bandiere series by Sean Rainey

    2. ThierryH14


      Ok thanks for the clarification. Should have realized in the end. Cheers mate!