- Jul 2, 2006
Everytime our team wear that highlighter lemon kit on the pitch, i have to wear sunglasses!
Who could blame them for not able to pick out a pass.... it was supposed to help them in the dark nights when playing in Europe, luminous helps in the dark, but to wear that in a hot sunny afternoon, players are blinded by it.Everytime our team wear that highlighter lemon kit on the pitch, i have to wear sunglasses!
Good Gods, so that's where they got the idea from - just had a blank design on a bit of paper, picked up the nearest highlighter pen, coloured in the design and went that'll do!Yeah, there really doesn't seem to be a single season since Warrior/New Balance has taken over where at least one of the three kits hasn't been utterly fucking horrendous (unless you're an Asian fashionista long since banned).
And remember, don't call this yellow - it's not. It's "toxic thunder".
Apart from the fact that this particular colour has absolutely nothing to do with LFC, they are simply goddamn awful. So bright that on sunny days you actually have a problem telling who is who.Perhaps it's a culture thing (I'm an American), but I don't understand why these are hated so much?
I always kind of thought the third kit of any club rarely had to do with the traditional style of the club. I think if you look at the third kit of most clubs it's just an opportunity to step outside the norm.Apart from the fact that this particular colour has absolutely nothing to do with LFC, they are simply goddamn awful. So bright that on sunny days you actually have a problem telling who is who.
Warrior/NB have come out with some bizzare kits but this one takes the biscuit.
NB allegedly has a matching clause in current contract stating they can match any offer from a competitor before LFC can accept. This screams LFC knowing how to negotiate the best deal possible. I really love how we've been doing business lately.It seems FSG wants to dominate the US market with this deal to Nike.
Then again signing for one of the 'big two' can give us an edge in the transfer market
Maybe in 4 years we'll see a Liverpool version of
Called it when Man United got Adidas - though as an ironic joke because I've always loved the three stripes and loathed Nike by their association with Man United. The tables have turned, it seems. Securing a deal of this magnitude is extremely important to club's growth, of course, wherever you turn, there are Nike and Adidas shops, not to mention the hefty increase in the sponsorship deal.Liverpool in talks over Nike deal that would eclipse Man United kit earnings - sources