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lost_limey

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  1. New Oxford United home shirt for 2021/22:
  2. Liverpool officially launch their 2021/22 away kits:
  3. I can see England going with the away kit (which sucks, it should be red, not blue) against Germany because it worked in the 1966 World Cup final, and obviously England's White home shirt would clash with Germany's White home shirt. I'm hoping England wear their proper look of White shirt/blue shorts/white socks, but I'm not optimistic that'll happen.
  4. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.alfa-romeo-celebrate-111th-anniversary-with-special-styrian-grand-prix.2tcGJvk05CXERE3uFWbOc7.html Alfa Romeo running a special livery for the brand's 111th anniversary
  5. This pissing match about Florida schools is all very enlightening, but what does it have to do with MLS kits?
  6. It looks so much better and more subtle in that lighting.
  7. That "bright crimson" or as I call it " :censored:ty orange" really doesn't work with the Liverpool red. The off-white works well. I think if the bright crimson was a tonal red instead it would look a whole lot better
  8. Also, Gloucester (used to be my team when I was back in England) were the cherry-and-whites, and that shirt needs more white on it. The ads and two-tone red conspire to make it look terrible.
  9. This Washington Football Team fan is still holding out hope that Red Tails beats out Red Wolves, because I feel like it has more interesting logo opportunities. I'm also not married to an "R" name, since HTTR isn't that important to preserve. Plus in the football threads on forums I participate it, ending with a HTTFT amuses me currently. And I'm almost as sick of the Washington Team Football/WTF jokes after a month as I was the 'skins POTATOES jokes for a decade.
  10. That shade of Orange is derived from the coat of arms of Headington referring to their original 1893 identity as Headington FC. I guess this means they'll have to have a third kit, since Hull, Blackpool, and Burton's orange isn't enough contrast with the home yellow and this makes that clash worse. I'm hoping they keep the white away with the sash from this past season, just with the new sponsor.
  11. Oxford United apparently going for an orange away, which doesn't feel like enough of a contrast to their regular yellow.
  12. The greatest club in League One release their new home kit, with a new sponsor.
  13. Still bitter over the playoff final, but I do like that Wycombe home shirt.
  14. I don't think it works there, I feel like without being the standard blue/white of Everton, it tips that kit's color balance too far yellow. I feel like the shirt needs a hair more blue. And as an Oxford United fan, I am definitely pro yellow football shirts.
  15. New Everton away, allegedly. Like the yellow, don't care for the crest in mono-blue on yellow
  16. The Villa club badge looks like a shoulder patch.
  17. Roma might have the best looking shirts in all of Europe next season.
  18. I'm biased as a Caps fan, but at least Ovi comes across as a personality more than a hockey robot.
  19. I have to agree,and with the box basically being the same color as the shirt, it's not really needed at all.
  20. ^That helmet looks bad with that set because it's the modern burgundy with an old school fauxback set. Grey facemask with he modern helmet doesn't look as nice as gold facemask with the modern helmet to me, as a fan of the team. If the new identity goes with the burgundy shade fro those jerseys for the helmet, then grey makes sense. Grey with that burgundy just looks bad in my opinion. If they had the leather looking helmet, grey facemasks all the way.
  21. I think it looks too bare without stripes, and I thing the grey facemask only works if the Washington Football Team goes back to the burgundy shade they used on the 70th anniversary "spear" uniforms. The current burgundy looks better with a gold facemask.
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