Next seasons kit choice?

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Hendo » 26 Jun 2019 15:42

UpThePrem I would imagine that our kit will be a very similar template to the new Motherwell kit.


https://www.motherwellfc.co.uk/2019/06/19/2019-20-kits-revealed/


I like the away kit, but I doubt that would be the template of our home kits, they aren't traditionally hoops so it will be coming from a different design angle. Their kit is just a different take on their traditional amber colour.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Jagermesiter1871 » 26 Jun 2019 17:53

Seeing the photo on McIntyres Instagram, the training gear looks horrific. :shock:

Not convinced that's the final thing though maybe just something to train in before release of the actual stuff. Please.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Hound » 26 Jun 2019 19:04

How is it horrific? It’s white with small blue and red detail on the shoulder - and that’s it. Looks perfectly normal

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Jagermesiter1871 » 26 Jun 2019 20:27

Hound How is it horrific? It’s white with small blue and red detail on the shoulder - and that’s it. Looks perfectly normal


It looks like a JJB special to me. Essentially a generic budget shirt with a Reading badge glued on. Last years Puma ones were actually very nice.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Wallsy » 26 Jun 2019 23:17

Club record shirt sponsorship deal could be announced as early as Friday with CASUMO - a Casino.


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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Sutekh » 27 Jun 2019 09:14

Wallsy Club record shirt sponsorship deal could be announced as early as Friday with CASUMO - a Casino.


Sad the club are going down the route of so many other clubs with betting and gambling sponsorship.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Stranded » 27 Jun 2019 09:17

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Wallsy Club record shirt sponsorship deal could be announced as early as Friday with CASUMO - a Casino.


Sad the club are going down the route of so many other clubs with betting and gambling sponsorship.


It is but sadly for clubs where money is tight this is really where the money is. Onling gambling is big business and a competitive market. I've never heard of Casumo so would imagine they are prepared to pay big money (and certainly bigger money than more traditional businesses) to get exposure in the UK - and anywhere else Championship football is watched.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Hendo » 27 Jun 2019 09:35

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Wallsy Club record shirt sponsorship deal could be announced as early as Friday with CASUMO - a Casino.


Sad the club are going down the route of so many other clubs with betting and gambling sponsorship.


It is but sadly for clubs where money is tight this is really where the money is. Onling gambling is big business and a competitive market. I've never heard of Casumo so would imagine they are prepared to pay big money (and certainly bigger money than more traditional businesses) to get exposure in the UK - and anywhere else Championship football is watched.




Inoffensive logo as well, not like some hideous betting company ones.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Jagermesiter1871 » 27 Jun 2019 09:56

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Sad the club are going down the route of so many other clubs with betting and gambling sponsorship.


It is but sadly for clubs where money is tight this is really where the money is. Onling gambling is big business and a competitive market. I've never heard of Casumo so would imagine they are prepared to pay big money (and certainly bigger money than more traditional businesses) to get exposure in the UK - and anywhere else Championship football is watched.




Inoffensive logo as well, not like some hideous betting company ones.


As betting logos go that's very nice. The biggest compliment is it doesn't actually look like a betting logo. More like a hipster coffee shop.


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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by royalZILLAAA » 27 Jun 2019 10:03

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It is but sadly for clubs where money is tight this is really where the money is. Onling gambling is big business and a competitive market. I've never heard of Casumo so would imagine they are prepared to pay big money (and certainly bigger money than more traditional businesses) to get exposure in the UK - and anywhere else Championship football is watched.




Inoffensive logo as well, not like some hideous betting company ones.


As betting logos go that's very nice. The biggest compliment is it doesn't actually look like a betting logo. More like a hipster coffee shop.


More like a coffee shop owned by Tesco, with 'hipster-style' branding, carefully selected by focus groups.

Infinitely better than Carabao.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by RG30 » 27 Jun 2019 11:16

Interesting u-turn by the club. I’d heard previously they wouldn’t go down the gambling route

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Hendo » 27 Jun 2019 11:17

RG30 Interesting u-turn by the club. I’d heard previously they wouldn’t go down the gambling route



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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Stranded » 27 Jun 2019 11:57

RG30 Interesting u-turn by the club. I’d heard previously they wouldn’t go down the gambling route


Money talks (also lack of interest elsewhere?) plus thinking about it, they have to have one betting firm on their shirts anyway, so one more doesn't hurt.


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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Sutekh » 27 Jun 2019 14:21

Be interesting to see if they let us know how much the deal is worth over how many years so we can see how that stacks up against other deals "middling" Division 2 clubs have got in recent years.

And when they officially announce this they may well reveal the new kit at the same time.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Blue & White Soup » 27 Jun 2019 15:03

Sutekh Be interesting to see if they let us know how much the deal is worth over how many years so we can see how that stacks up against other deals "middling" Division 2 clubs have got in recent years.

And when they officially announce this they may well reveal the new kit at the same time.


Should find out in about 6 weeks then O_O

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Felt91 » 27 Jun 2019 20:58

Sutekh Be interesting to see if they let us know how much the deal is worth over how many years so we can see how that stacks up against other deals "middling" Division 2 clubs have got in recent years.

And when they officially announce this they may well reveal the new kit at the same time.


If anyone’s brave enough to break in to the concourses then all the new kit is being stashed in there until the big reveal.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Reading4eva » 28 Jun 2019 08:39

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Sutekh Be interesting to see if they let us know how much the deal is worth over how many years so we can see how that stacks up against other deals "middling" Division 2 clubs have got in recent years.

And when they officially announce this they may well reveal the new kit at the same time.


If anyone’s brave enough to break in to the concourses then all the new kit is being stashed in there until the big reveal.


Might be a job for Bushwatch

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by John Smith » 28 Jun 2019 09:35

Reading4eva Might be a job for Bushwatch

Oh god please no

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Wallsy » 28 Jun 2019 18:46

RG30 Interesting u-turn by the club. I’d heard previously they wouldn’t go down the gambling route


Howe wasn't interested on this occasion either, but then he saw the deal on offer.

2 year deal, initially.

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Re: Next seasons kit choice?

by Wallsy » 30 Jun 2019 20:32

Possible kit leak on Twitter this evening via a photo through the window of the newly renovated Mega Store; however I have a feeling it’s a training shirt.

To the right of said image is another sleeve, this time a dark blue sleeve.

That’s my suspicion anyway. I can’t get the image on here from an iPhone but I’m sure someone will shortly.

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