Discussion in 'Soccer Forum' started by FI.Matthijs, Oct 7, 2009.
Jesus!! Horrible Ireland shirt! F*ck UMBRO!!!
Don't really see how you can get angry at that Ireland kit... it's classy.
The "Anthem" Carlos*et is pretty nice too:
I might as well have taken an old 80s shirt and have a FAI patch embroidered... I might try actually, I have a Four Roses T-shirt in the same colour... simplicity in football kits is driving me mad...
Sponsor in a NT shirt?
how is she ???
brazil Away kit its like Pajamas
OMG! These are hideous!
What the... I think Nike did a good job on most 2010WC NT kits, with the 60s / 70s retro feel, but they definitely brought out the worst in our colours...
If it's not enough having to cheer Cristiano for a whole month, we will have to do it wearing these kits...
Zenit new kits:
Was wondering about that too... That's the first time I see a sponsor on an NT shirt.
Tottenham kits are getting worse every season.
Ireland has had Eircom sponsoring on their replica kits for a long time (almost a decade now?). It won't be on there during games, because it can't by a fifa regulation.
A famous brazilian actress called Paola Oliveira.
She is Beautiful!
I was hoping the Brazil away kits would be a little darker than that...more of a midnight blue than a royal blue like they are. Still looks good though.
What is Robinho doing to her with his thumb? Never mind... I can see what he's doing.
I really like the Brazil away shirt, by the way.
And Paola Oliveira. I like her too.
I was hoping the opposite, royal blue is much better for Brazil. It's actually a nice looking kit.
This shirt from left site is ugly, I think she should wear off this :P
Ireland is very good, in my opinion Umbro make the best shirts in this season, simple and classic
England uses the sponser name on their training kits as well.
Ireland never used it for official matches. Though I saw some Asian teams like Iran to wear their NT with some advertisement. They receive a good money to pay Fifa fine as well.
Pretty sure that's just a photoshopped pic of the current blue away kit
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