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  1. NBA Changes 2017-18

    It'd be pretty cool if each players numbers had the corresponding nautical flag included somehow
  2. NBA Changes 2017-18

    And the arm trim being completely destroyed by the new template
  3. Nuggets unveil new uniforms*

    Wow, what a huge downgrade. The previous set wasn't great, and last seasons tweake worsened it except for the font, but these are just so bland and lifeless. They're basically a navy/white/yellow team now with hints of light blue, which at the very least stood out as a primary color in the NBA ( and I day that as a huge fan of the 90's navy-red-gold). The outlining of the Denver on the navy uniform makes it really hard to read. If for some reason they wanted to emphasize navy over light blue, the previous navy Alts had much better color balance and were much more interesting overall
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers New Uniforms

    I had really low expectations on the Cavs considering the train wreck their updated logos are, but the uniforms are pretty damn nice. Of course Cavs is a huge mistake on the home uniform, as is the Cle waist band, but they managed to keep the look minimal while significantly modernizing it. The navy numbers are pretty mistifying considering how good the yellow with blue outline script looks. I preferred the previous word marks, but at least now they actually integrate navy as a third color instead of it randomly appearing on the alt they wear 70% of the time. The perfect Cavs look would be this color balance on the 2003-10 navy uniform template
  5. NBA Changes 2017-18

    That's pretty disappointing. Headscratching why they would use the inferior, blander version of this set
  6. 2017/18 Soccer Kits

    Yeah, River Plate used that stripe placement in 14-15 SPAL (red away, black third, green GK)
  7. International Football 16-17

    Well, it looks like technically Qatar paid Neymar €300 million to endorse the 2022 World Cup and he paid the release clause by himself, then signing to PSG as a free agent. Therefore the transfer fee shouldn't show up on PSG's books. Obviously sketchy and outside of the spirit of the rule but PSG's financials should be fine which was the original point of FFP. Clearly some changes to increase competitiveness and stop this circumvention of the guidelines.
  8. 2017/18 Soccer Kits

    Benevento's debut in Serie A Genoa away
  9. Nuggets unveil new uniforms*

    I don't want to Ram-jack this thread, but maybe Kroenke is trying to streamline the look of his teams? Cause that's the only reason I got for the Nuggets emphasizing navy over powder
  10. NBA Changes 2017-18

    You can see that they changed they way armhole and side panels connect Obviously better with full armholes
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

    ^^^^ The white jumpman on the teal when every one color element is purple is bothering me way more The hornets look like a slight downgrade, preferred the stripe in the collar and Charlotte on the away
  12. 2017/18 Soccer Kits

    Cagliari clash, third and gk
  13. North American Pro Soccer 2017

    Call me skeptical on MLS increasing TV revenues by more than 400% in 15 years. While this current deal is 5 times higher than the previous, that one was basically nothing. Even assuming that half of it (in reality would be way less) would be sent to support an expanded pro/rel setup, that's still some great guaranteed money when the escalating TV rights deals could very well be a bubble waiting to burst. Well obviously that's really the reason why they really couldn't have done anything else, but we're discussing a hypothetical scenario where they're not under those restrictions, because otherwise like for MLS it can't even be a conversation. While the league has been successful I don't know how much of it was due to the economic structure considering the league is still losing money. Obviously it would be a radical change, but at some point they'll stop collecting expansion fees. And at some point if they really intend to challenge the European leagues they're going to have to give up on single entity. The main point that doesn't fit here is why did Silva make the offer if they were aware MLS couldn't negotiate it. They're sleazy bastards, so I wouldn't be surprised at all if they're objective was something else other than the TV rights. But they're one of the top sports media rights companies in the world, I don't think they're making that offer to lose money, and however much I dislike they're not looking for publicity stunts and they're not frauds
  14. North American Pro Soccer 2017

    Well that's what MP&Silva does. They're certainly shady scumbags, but they already broker the international rights for pretty much all the major European soccer leagues and broker the European rights for the NFL. They have an unhealthy need for meddling in league politics and we've already seen them doing it here. If MP&Silva think they can get 4 billions to the MLS over 10 years and turn a profit for themselves than that's their problem to find operators who will keep that investment manageable, MLS gets its money. Will MLS ever turn in that kind of money by selling their rights themselves? Wouldn't selling their media right for at least double their actual value make pro/rel worth it considering that MLS won't continue expanding indefinitely?
  15. North American Pro Soccer 2017

    So..uhm... I'll just leave this here$4-billion-media-rights-deal-that-hinged-on-promotion-and-relegation