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I wouldn't be surprised to see it on a jock tag on the authentic versions. Their first kits each had a distinctive jock tag limited only to authentics to make it seem to people shelling out the extra $$s that they were getting something for it. The greens had a rising sun design. Can't recall what the original red kits had for a jock tag.

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I wouldn't be surprised to see it on a jock tag on the authentic versions. Their first kits each had a distinctive jock tag limited only to authentics to make it seem to people shelling out the extra $$s that they were getting something for it. The greens had a rising sun design. Can't recall what the original red kits had for a jock tag.

There is such a little difference between the authentic's and replicas. I feel I wasted $20 just for a flag, and that tag.

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LA Galaxy will get a new secondary (hopefully still blue, but with a gold sash) and a new third (likely the retro thingy with black, red, green and all that).

I do think the Authentic versions will again have all those little details the fans like (Flag, secondary club logo, wordmark, alltitude, slogan etc on the back neck and at the bottom on the side)

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What are the odds they'll ever change the MLS logo? It looks so out of place with some of those jerseys. It's so clip arty and the colors are "meh." They need to develop a more "serious" logo, and ditch that little league one they've been using.

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How, exactly, is the MLS logo "clip-arty"?

I googled soccer clip art and this came up.

http://www.abcteach....s/soccerrgb.jpg

Googles mls logo and this came up.

http://majorleagueso...02/mls-logo.jpg

Definitely similarities.

Yeah, to me it's the combination of the colors and the 3-D-ness. You look at all the other major North American sports leagues, and they have logos that are relatively simple in design and timeless. The MLS one looks like something you'd find a '90s era computer screen.

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How, exactly, is the MLS logo "clip-arty"?

I'm with you, I like the MLS logo. Not every professional sports league in North American needs to be red/white/blue with a player silhouette.

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How, exactly, is the MLS logo "clip-arty"?

I googled soccer clip art and this came up.

http://www.abcteach.com/free/s/soccerrgb.jpg

Googles mls logo and this came up.

http://majorleaguesoccertalk.com/files/2009/02/mls-logo.jpg

Definitely similarities.

As similar as the knockoffs NFL helmet stickers that are sold on pee wee football sites.

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