Discussion in 'The Hornets' Nest - Watford Chat' started by hornetboy1, Feb 10, 2020.
I'm not to keen on that, so I hope that's not going to be it
Ive been focussing on eating curry and jerking off.
What a coincidence!!!! I've been eating jerky and currying favour (with my neighbours).
Booo looks like a football shirt with boring front back and short sleeves, I thought we were getting something unique
Just to save anyone's confusion, that is clearly a joke about us being relegated and not anything to do with our new kit manufacturer.
I miss the Whoosh Magnet.
I would be willing to put good money on the fact the kit will be launched after our next 'positive' result.
It will be odd to see the the team take to the pitch in it next season having never been officially launched.
I have it on good authority that straight after we announce our new kit, Marseille will don it for their next game and claim a copywrite on it.
I doubt they expect to sell many replica shirts next season. With a very small production run. Could become a very rare collectors item.
No, you didn’t copy right. He said copywrite.
500 points of sale. 100-something in China. As if that's worth anything when it means selling a Championship shirt. More evidence of how becoming a 'global brand' is irrelevant to the fans who pay for tickets and support the club every week.
Do you mean the 2-1 win v Derby on December the 12th or the next covid test?
To be fair, the performances on the pitch and the way the club is run have become irrelevant to the fans who pay for tickets and support the club every week.
With our deal with Adidas probably expiring at the end of last month, anyone think we may see the new kit tomorrow for the Chelsea game?
It would give Kelme a massive 6 games of premier league exposure before we disappear into the championship.
No idea but presumably Adidas will feel like their deal covered the remainder of the PL season and would expect us to wear the current kit until it's over?
Not necessarily. If players' contracts run until 30/06 of a given year, I'd imagine there is a fair chance that kit supplier contracts may work in the same way.
But shirley a quality producer like ADIDAS would love to be linked to our quality football that's on display.
Oh, all right then: "Yes, but don't call me Shirley".
There's only one Rikelme.
Liverpool wore their New Balance kit last night despite technically being with Nike. The only clubs who have worn new kits so far (Bournemouth and Chelsea) have not changed supplier. Therefore I think its unlikely.
Nash, just outside of Milton Keynes. Unfortunately nothing too exotic!!!
I thought we might have another of the Hornet diaspora. I never knew about Nash near MK. I'll look it up.