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2020 JERSEY PIC

wombatgc

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I’ve got enough jerseys. I wouldn’t buy either of those. I’ll wait to see what the training Ts and polos look like for 2020.
 

winnyason

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Like the away I love it as home strip. The v design not really us but it may grow on me.
 

Pablo

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Away one is good.
They look tight enough to be Tour de France uniforms.
 

Chip and Chase

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Also, how bad does the current nrl logo look on jerseys. It’s so lifeless
I actually like it. It's simple and doesn't clash with any of the jerseys with the plain white. Streets ahead of the ugly green and yellow shield. I don't buy a jersey to see the NRL logo, so it should be low key
 

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Don't like either really, but will reserve judgement until I see what it looks like on tv.
Also footy jumpers are for bogans, I haven't worn one since I was a teenager @:D @:D @:D
 

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Don't like either really, but will reserve judgement until I see what it looks like on tv.
Also footy jumpers are for bogans, I haven't worn one since I was a teenager @:D @:D @:D
I haven't worn one since they turned into -cough- spandex where you have to be super 'toight' to wear one!
 

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I don't mind either jumper TBH.
I don't mind that people don't mind them.

lol...errr

What I mean is they aren't, to me, super terrible. I prefer the hoops, hoops tis Manly, but I understand the wish for tweaks and changes every now and then. I just don't know why footy has such a boner for the chevron, is there any other sport like it?

However, I do also like the tradition of say St George who as a club has kept the same jersey for awhile (even with the merger).

I must admit that if a marketing person showed me the original jersey, then the new one and tried to convince me that the current chevron was a homage to the original jersey, my brain would snap with an overload of marketing b/s speech and I'd have to bury said person in an anthill.

I have no idea if this post makes sense, maybe I should go into advertising.
 

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I don't mind that people don't mind them.

lol...errr

What I mean is they aren't, to me, super terrible. I prefer the hoops, hoops tis Manly, but I understand the wish for tweaks and changes every now and then. I just don't know why footy has such a boner for the chevron, is there any other sport like it?

However, I do also like the tradition of say St George who as a club has kept the same jersey for awhile (even with the merger).

I must admit that if a marketing person showed me the original jersey, then the new one and tried to convince me that the current chevron was a homage to the original jersey, my brain would snap with an overload of marketing b/s speech and I'd have to bury said person in an anthill.

I have no idea if this post makes sense, maybe I should go into advertising.
The chevrons are just more aerodynamic versions of hoops! Maybe they will make us faster.
How's that for some marketing spin?
I'm not a fan but we've definitely had worse:
An almighty Sea Eagles collection
and at least they didn't cut of the bottom of the chevron with a sponsor's logo - that really sh**s me.
 

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Not too bad.
And if we win a premiership with them I don't give a **** what they look like...
 

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I hate the home one.
Away isn't too bad.
Win the premiership and I may like the home jersey.

Why do we need to change the jersey every 5 minutes, find a design and stick with it. Surely a recognisable jersey is more marketable.

Getting sick of the NRL clubs having so many jerseys, there is always a new one for the different special rounds every few weeks. It's getting to the point where they will have a different one for each round.
 

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I hate the home one.
Away isn't too bad.
Win the premiership and I may like the home jersey.

Why do we need to change the jersey every 5 minutes, find a design and stick with it. Surely a recognisable jersey is more marketable.

Getting sick of the NRL clubs having so many jerseys, there is always a new one for the different special rounds every few weeks. It's getting to the point where they will have a different one for each round.
Simply for sales. If you like it, buy it and support the club
 

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Im happy with both

I really liked our Chevron one from a few years back

I feel overall we are too hooped obsessed
 

Brissie Kid

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Will we see the away jersey in more games in 2020 than the so called home jersey? And how is a mid 1990s home jersey a 2020 away jersey?

Whats with the socks? Home has socks down, away has socks up.
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