The only thing i'd say is i think our home kits benefit from having a little bit of a third colours to go with the blue and white. In the past we've had touch of green, yellow / gold, black or red for the trim on of the colar and sleeves and i think help to make the kit really 'pop'. Also on the stripes i always prefer when they block out the back of the shirt to be all white or blue so the numbers are easier to read. But those are relatively minor things.
Love the gold numbers on the back of the black kit, the kit in generally looks really good.
Pleased with those. Now all we need is a team to play in them!
The initial third colour - green - was a nod to what was JJB corporate colours. Given the lack of help in desperate times from the Whelan family despite them trousering £14m from the HK shysters only right that we go back to traditional blue and white stripes.
On the money for me !
We could sell a million quids worth of shirts and I don't think it would stop the fire sale. If there is an offer it will be sold no matter how low. Krasner and Stanleys closing down sale everything must go.
Whilst I love both the new kit designs I will buy nothing which will add a single penny to the benefit of the parasites in control of our club. Once new owners confirmed front of the queue.
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They were the ones setting the price saying that would give the buyer a clean slate. We know you cant leave admin with football creditors and cant avoid 15 point penalty without paying 25p in the pound to non football creditors. Whatever the final price of sale is needs to clear the outstanding debts. So when they said 3.5m that amount should have covered the remaining debts, which apparently it didn't.
If they said it was 6m originally but it's 3m now due to the money brought in for player sales reducing the debt that makes total sense - no issue with that. But if 3.5m was effectively the figure to clear the debts prior to raising 3m in asset sales - it makes no sense there is still 3.5m debt left after paying off 3m in debts. Even if it didn't drop 3m in price, you'd expect the price to drop by something rather than stay completely static. The original 3.5m was their number, so was their original valuation wrong or is it wrong now?