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Good call. I saw this and didn't think anything of it, but if you see how they've placed the NB merch, it's pretty clear iSelect aren't that BOJ sponsor anymore.

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They’re the vacant jumpers as well so don’t read too much into sponsorships. 

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I looked at the pics and wondered why the jumpers looked so good.

I pine for the days before marketing, advertising and entertainment.

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1 hour ago, hemingway said:

I looked at the pics and wondered why the jumpers looked so good.

I pine for the days before marketing, advertising and entertainment.

We played half a season like that a few years ago and we looked like sheep walking on its hind legs...

The MFC tradition of being poor and unloved is one I can leave behind.

Bring on the stickers...

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iselect aren’t renewing, hopefully new sponsor announcement soon

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The 2019 fixture for MFC will be attractive to any corporates tossing up sponsoring an AFL side

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Look at the MFC homepage and you'll notice that it only has Zurich as a co-principal partner.

It appears we will be getting a new sponsor on-board, and with KLV saying that iSelect aren't renewing, maybe they were priced out of the market, which can only be a good thing $$ wise.

If you build it they will come.

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1 hour ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

OP - you’ve gotta update your username, too! 

I think he needs to simplify it myself. 

Clarry = Flag

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51 minutes ago, Viney+Brayshaw+Hogan=Flag said:

It wont let me, i havent made enough posts yet. 

ask a mod (nicely) to do it for you

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1 hour ago, daisycutter said:

ask a mod (nicely) to do it for you

Either that or let SWYL takeover your account for a few hours. 

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11 hours ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

OP - you’ve gotta update your username, too! 

Brayshaw+Viney-Hogan=Flag perhaps?

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When are we going to get Range Rover or Mount Buller as a major sponser? Time to profit off those lame jokes.

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Assuming one of the reasons Pert on board was big sponsorship experience, although he did have Eddie in his corner previously.

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Couple of comments on Facebook that Infiniti will be on the back.

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Gees i hope it's someone from Coll, cats, TWSNBN or WC or all of them

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1 hour ago, Clint Bizkit said:

I noticed this too.

The iSelect logo with its orange was a bit of a clash so not the worst thing.

Still not as bad as the Super Amart logo on the Bombers jumper.

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3 hours ago, McQueen said:

Either that or let SWYL takeover your account for a few hours. 

Give it to 'bub and he'll have it done in 15 minutes.

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That's the one thing I've noticed about American sports, despite being so heavily commercial they haven't tarnished the uniforms with sponsorship aside from maybe the apparel maker which is pretty much all Nike.

It looks cheap with the sponsorship on back but it's the world we live in.

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I look forward to Perty crashing this thread to scald us plebs for expecting sponsors to appear almost magically.

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20 minutes ago, boydie said:

That's the one thing I've noticed about American sports, despite being so heavily commercial they haven't tarnished the uniforms with sponsorship aside from maybe the apparel maker which is pretty much all Nike.

It looks cheap with the sponsorship on back but it's the world we live in.

Thay can because USA sports get hundreds of millions of dollars from TV right, example the NFL clubs get 260 mill each from TV rights a year.

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