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  1. The Ram logo keeps reminding me of this for some reason
  2. You're missing the best one!
  3. Didn't think of this. I guess that would be a weird name in this scenario.
  4. haha, why do you think that though? There's definitely people in this country who still have a negative view of mls/american soccer. And i feel like the phrase "FC" as opposed to a "Galaxy" or "Fire" nickname makes a team more legitimate in their eyes. No?
  5. Charlotte FC is about as basic as you can go. Its not bad, but it's just very generic. Also, it really should be "SC". The league is Major League SOCCER. We call it soccer here. I understand why they do it though. Gotta appeal to all the Eurosnobs...
  6. Yea that # is weird. I like the overall look of the banner though, aside from the font.
  7. It still doesn't make sense though. If the Galaxy had 5 silver stars, perfect. But the middle star is gold, and they are not the defending champs...
  8. Apparently this is wrong because look at the Galaxy
  9. Correct. When the Red Bulls introduced the red kit, it was technically the change kit. But it was so popular that they started wearing it all the time, including most home games. They are in a weird spot right now because of the MLS kit rules (only one new kit each year). I would think they will introduce a RED kit as their primary next season (to replace the gray glitch), and have the red kit be their primary from that point on.
  10. Yea, I agree it is a bit weird to see them in all black as a home kit. I think it would be the perfect change kit though. Also, I always think of DC as black with white stripes. The lack of white on this kit differentiates them from DC just enough IMO. The inaugural Metro home jersey was black, but it was only for that first year.
  11. Might be biased but I think this is a really clean look.
  12. Gotcha. It makes sense then
  13. Oooo I don't like that. New England has always been an all Navy team, with minimal red trim. They usually have navy or white shorts. Can't recall the last time they wore red shorts.
  14. I don't think they are "another navy blue team". It's really only them, Columbus, and Buffalo (who is changing back to royal.) I do think someone should use that light blue. I like it as a trim color for them though.
  15. Would still like USA to come up with a permanent look though. When you go to a USA game, it's not like all the fans are wearing white. Its just a mix of red, white, blue kits. I think going back to the Red/White stripes would be perfect.