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2020 9's Jersey

Chip and Chase

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The back has potential BUT what is going on with the front ?
 

Under the Sticks

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Was that meant to say douche?

looks like a smashed watermelon on the front.

bring back the crystal cylinders jersey
 

double hoops

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Wow. Who said it that said it was better then the Sharks nightmare? As someone who is looking for a 2020 jumper to buy for the year, It is another very uninspiring design.

Perhaps the home jumper isn't that bad after all. Wow.
 

Mitch

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Wow. Who said it that said it was better then the Sharks nightmare? As someone who is looking for a 2020 jumper to buy for the year, It is another very uninspiring design.

Perhaps the home jumper isn't that bad after all. Wow.
I said it was better than the Sharks jersey - I didn’t say how much better it was haha!
 

DUFFMAN

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Who is designing the jerseys for this season, I guess I will be saving a bit of money as none of them have me wanting to rush out to buy them.
 

The Wheel

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Video
 

globaleagle

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I don't mind it.

There, I said it!


Major Partner, United Resource Management (URM) moves to the back of the Nines jersey, allowing the opportunity for Senior Partner, Poche Indigenous Health Network to feature on the main front of these special jerseys, aligning with the colour and excitement of the pre-season tournament and the presence of a Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at the University of Western Australia in Perth.

Established and funded by philanthropists Mr Greg Poche AO and Mrs Kay Van Norton Poche AO, Poche Indigenous Health Network aims to help close the gap in life expectancy and achieve health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
 

The Who

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That's not a jersey, it's a billboard.
I'm pleased to see, via a magnifying glass, that I spotted the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles logo amongst all the advertising logos.
If this trend continues we'll be able to play a version of Where's Wally on the Sea Eagles jersey of the future.
 

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