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I've banged on about if for a while. but it's worth venting again.

The notion of white shorts for away teams needs to go when it comes to teams with an alleged clash.

Plenty of times there would be no clash if the shorts/sock choice was made with some thought as to the jumper of each side (ie. we wear dark shorts, a team with white in their jumper wears white shorts).

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I've banged on about if for a while. but it's worth venting again.

The notion of white shorts for away teams needs to go when it comes to teams with an alleged clash.

Plenty of times there would be no clash if the shorts/sock choice was made with some thought as to the jumper of each side (ie. we wear dark shorts, a team with white in their jumper wears white shorts).

The white away shorts is a very good point Rogue

Having a predominately white jumper plus white shorts just completes that awful white sheet KKK look

I had a look at other leagues and they don't insist on white shorts. Have a look at the away strips of the NRL. Most are in their main club color e.g. Storm's is purple. This small change makes a huge difference to the overall look

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I've banged on about if for a while. but it's worth venting again.

The notion of white shorts for away teams needs to go when it comes to teams with an alleged clash.

Plenty of times there would be no clash if the shorts/sock choice was made with some thought as to the jumper of each side (ie. we wear dark shorts, a team with white in their jumper wears white shorts).

The Sydney Swans wear Red Shorts weekly and Never a Clash Strip....interesting. B)

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Guys...i saw this on the HUN website under local footy section today and honestly think it is a cracking design! I hate the idea of white as much as the next bloke, but honestly, because we HAVE TO have a white one this is the best we can get.

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Obviously go for a darker blue.

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Guys...i saw this on the HUN website under local footy section today and honestly think it is a cracking design! I hate the idea of white as much as the next bloke, but honestly, because we HAVE TO have a white one this is the best we can get.

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Obviously go for a darker blue.

Only problem is it makes the MFC look like an NRL team....Dam you Vlad.

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Its a bit rough around the edges, but you get the idea

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Guys...i saw this on the HUN website under local footy section today and honestly think it is a cracking design! I hate the idea of white as much as the next bloke, but honestly, because we HAVE TO have a white one this is the best we can get.

370914westprestonlakesi.jpg

Obviously go for a darker blue.

the answer is yes. good jumper.

2 jumpers - this one and our famous dark navy blue with red yoke. sexy

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Cue the ski jokes with that "mountain range" strip.

Embrace it!

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bucket !!!!!

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I like this design because it makes the white "disappear" the red yoke and the thin blue outline combined with the blue panels makes me view the white as "blue" it just does nt "stand out" in my minds eye?

otherwise the rosters jumper with the blue side panels on jumper and shorts would look good.

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Love it! B)

Just as an aside. How about "Let your Demon out" t shirts with this tail idea on the back! Could someone create one for the marketing guys?

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I like this design because it makes the white "disappear" the red yoke and the thin blue outline combined with the blue panels makes me view the white as "blue" it just does nt "stand out" in my minds eye?

otherwise the rosters jumper with the blue side panels on jumper and shorts would look good.

Agree ompletely with deefuture.

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I like this design because it makes the white "disappear"

???????????????????????????????? Only if I put my balaclava on backwards!

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My God with those socks one needs to wear a kilt & Sporron...That is truly bad, sorry Davey T... B)

its nearly as bad at that silver abomination of 2008

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its nearly as bad at that silver abomination of 2008

not forgetting the Jumper which looks like a moving background from a Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoon!!

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It could just be my medication!

Hahaha!

If you didn't already know I have a very acute aversion to "predominately white" no matter how cleverly disguised

Unfortunately no medication helps me

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