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17 minutes ago, Glorious Day said:

Our media promo just had us in our red back guernsey? Surely we’re not wearing them? I actually like it but wouldn’t see why...

I'm also worried about the pants and shoes. Hope we don't go in with those as our match day kit!

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Caro fairly and squarely put back in her place today by the players instead of her shooting her mouth off why not wait and see. The club were very good in 2018 why would this change now?.

Looking for a headline grabbing opportunity during a GF build up.

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As the home team. We should be in traditional jumpers and blue shorts.

Dogs as the away team should be in white shorts with their away (white strip)

 

will be bloody annoyed if it's not that way - we have earned the right as minor premier and straight through 

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I'd be more annoyed if the AFL told us to wear the red back shirt over us choosing to wear it.

It would be wrong for them to force us to change because a) The AFL let the doggies wear their home shirt full well knowing there is a slight clash. b) Officially announcing both teams would wear their traditional garb and c) we are the home team, doggies can wear white.

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There must be a reason behind this, I can’t see how all the players in the media photos would all be in the red back jumper out of coincidence…I hope we wear our traditional strip.

Apparently Richmond drove a lot of revenue from sales of their 2017 premiership clash strip.

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9 minutes ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Yeah we have been told by AFL and 7 to wear red backs. I reckon  they announced ‘traditional strip’ hoping that we would all be none the wiser. Absolute Joke! We deserve the home strip. While it isn’t a massive departure from our home jumper, it is not our jumper. 

Where did you see this?

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5 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Aside from this year we usually wear the red back against the Dogs in away games.

We won’t be wearing it in the GF unless we request to.

We stopped wearing it after the 2019 season.

It's not needed against the Dogs (or West Coast, a side we've also worn it against). Their jumpers are royal blue and there is no clash with our much darker navy blue.

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5 minutes ago, titan_uranus said:

We stopped wearing it after the 2019 season.

It's not needed against the Dogs (or West Coast, a side we've also worn it against). Their jumpers are royal blue and there is no clash with our much darker navy blue.

So why would we have them with us in Perth in 2021?

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