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Saw the following on Twitter and I must say I agree. 

 Would you like to see a cleaner logo on the jumper preserving the red yolk?

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3 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

and do the same for the (ughh) afl logo

pfft, just get that cr@p off the jumper all together!

p.s. maybe replace it with another major sponsor!!!

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Voted no to be different because the answer is so bloody obvious. 

Sorry. 

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The prob with the rectangle is it makes it look amateurly just stuck on as a last resort.

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29 minutes ago, Gorgoroth said:

The prob with the rectangle is it makes it look amateurly just stuck on as a last resort.

The problem is the Blue is their Brand Colour, without the rectangle and just Zürich written in white, is not their Logo

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8 hours ago, Demonland said:

Saw the following on Twitter and I must say I agree. 

 Would you like to see a cleaner logo on the jumper preserving the red yolk?

Problem would be solved and it would all look much better if both the AFL logo and the Zurich were moved down and out by 25mm or so into the predominantly navy blue area, but probably not permitted to do thay due to some petty marketing thing the AFL has going - just like the one where 'all' clubs need to have a predominantly white clash jumper.

P.S. now that my attention has been drawn to it, the NB up the top is pretty freaking anoying as well!

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Here are the new training guernseys without the blue background on the Zurich logo. Admittedly there is no red yolk on the jumper but it looks so much better. 

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My god we are majoring in minors. Better start playing games people have too much think time.

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Here are the new training guernseys without the blue background on the Zurich logo. Admittedly there is no red yolk on the jumper but it looks so much better. 

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That's a really cool jumper. Hope they sell it this year at the Demon Shop.

The logo looks much better without the background too.

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Here are the new training guernseys without the blue background on the Zurich logo. Admittedly there is no red yolk on the jumper but it looks so much better. 

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this would make for a pretty decent 'clash' jumper if they made it in the 'colour tv-era blue' of the away guernsey

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4 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

this would make for a pretty decent 'clash' jumper if they made it in the 'colour tv-era blue' of the away guernsey

I'm happy with the current Royal Blue mirroring our regular jumper. I'm not sure Royal Blue would suit this training guernsey for some reason. Could someone with skills do a mock up. Looks great in the navy blue though.

I would however be perfectly happy to replace our regular jumper with this one in the extremely unlikely event that we were forced to change it at gunpoint.

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Not 100% the correct blue, but gives you an idea?!

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9 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

The problem is the Blue is their Brand Colour, without the rectangle and just Zürich written in white, is not their Logo

Every company has a "reverse" logo in their specifications for placement on a dark background.

The circle could be either their corporate blue with a white Z, or a white circle with a blue Z as in the training guernsey. There's no rectangle integral to the Zurich logo.

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Just wear this bad boy. I love this jumper so much 

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2 minutes ago, DeeSpencer said:

Just wear this bad boy. I love this jumper so much 

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100% Best jumper we have by a long way!

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12 minutes ago, mauriesy said:

Every company has a "reverse" logo in their specifications for placement on a dark background.

The circle could be either their corporate blue with a white Z, or a white circle with a blue Z as in the training guernsey. There's no rectangle integral to the Zurich logo.

from their home page, and from their building. the buiding one would be perfect

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All companies have guidelines on their logo. I work for a large multinational company and logo guidelines are very strict. I imagine that having two different colours behind the Zurich logo would be against company guidelines for using logo. Zurich is large global company that would need hq signoff for all use of logo. Unfortunately I can't see this changing 

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3 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

All companies have guidelines on their logo. I work for a large multinational company and logo guidelines are very strict. I imagine that having two different colours behind the Zurich logo would be against company guidelines for using logo. Zurich is large global company that would need hq signoff for all use of logo. Unfortunately I can't see this changing 

That was my understanding being a Global Company. I would have thought its use was only given under rock solid guidelines. 

But i am not up with the latest specs. It’s just nice to be sponsored by real companies. Energy Watch was a long time ago...

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43 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

That was my understanding being a Global Company. I would have thought its use was only given under rock solid guidelines. 

But i am not up with the latest specs. It’s just nice to be sponsored by real companies. Energy Watch was a long time ago...

Yep this ad is so representative of the "dark" times

 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

Yep this ad is so representative of the "dark" times

 

 

:) Wow i had forgotten that, till now. 

Jack isn’t even looking at the camera!!!

i have often wondered what happened to the rogue CEO of Energy Watch

He made some waves for a short time. 

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39 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

Yep this ad is so representative of the "dark" times

 

 

Wow. ....and I thought Russell Crowe was bad. Clip for the ages that one.

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