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Looks like it's started early this year (the leaks).  Ladies and gentlemen, I give you... Spurs' rumoured 2020/2021 kit:

 

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They're attempting a riff on what Nike did for Chelsea this year I presume.

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With Liverpool switching to Nike kits this summer, really hope that’s not a potential template; can envisage a horrendous away kit that’ll make Warrior’s efforts look sane.

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27 minutes ago, glb said:

With Liverpool switching to Nike kits this summer, really hope that’s not a potential template; can envisage a horrendous away kit that’ll make Warrior’s efforts look sane.

 

Rumour is, that part of the deal is that we do not have a template kit. 

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Nike Senior Director Heidi Burgett moved quickly to appease Liverpool’s supporter’s fears that a move to Nike would mean watered down, generic strips over the length of the deal that’s worth a supported $40 million per year.

"We're ditching the templates,” she tweeted. “For the 2020 kits, Nike designers had 65 chassis options available to them across varying necklines, sleeves, cuffs, badge placement, etc. From hand-drawn prints to custom fonts, each team’s look will be its own.”

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This seasons Spurs kits are legit brilliant so a crappy one next year is possible bu that one is as fake as the Adidas one doing the rounds...

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3 hours ago, Shimmyhill said:

This seasons Spurs kits are legit brilliant so a crappy one next year is possible bu that one is as fake as the Adidas one doing the rounds...


Your home shirt this year is spot-on. Clean and simple with no fuss.

 

4 hours ago, bradigor said:

 

Rumour is, that part of the deal is that we do not have a template kit. 


Hope so, and the quote ‘claw posted is accurate. Keeping the darker red we’ve had the last couple of seasons would be nice.

 

Nike must be rubbing their hands at the potential they can do to commemorate (cash-in on) this season...

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8 hours ago, bradigor said:

 

Rumour is, that part of the deal is that we do not have a template kit. 

 

You may wish you had.

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Spurs 4th kit (yes there will be FOUR kits per team next season, supposedly). Supposed to look like Nike's Air Max 95

 

 

 

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Spurs' third kit, apparently:

 

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Has to be bollocks, why would the badge be back in the shield again?

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On 17/02/2020 at 12:36, Hoodedclaw said:

Nike Senior Director Heidi Burgett moved quickly to appease Liverpool’s supporter’s fears that a move to Nike would mean watered down, generic strips over the length of the deal that’s worth a supported $40 million per year.

"We're ditching the templates,” she tweeted. “For the 2020 kits, Nike designers had 65 chassis options available to them across varying necklines, sleeves, cuffs, badge placement, etc. From hand-drawn prints to custom fonts, each team’s look will be its own.”


:omg:Chassis option 53, phwoar! :wub:

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Oh wow.

 

The idea with the right colours could maybe work but what you have there is both hideous and not even valid as an away kit because there's way too much blue.

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That has to be made up.  Chelsea don't have sleeve sponsors for a start, and why would they switch to 3 as a main sponsor?

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52 minutes ago, Smoothy said:

That has to be made up.  Chelsea don't have sleeve sponsors for a start, and why would they switch to 3 as a main sponsor?

 

They do have sleeve sponsors and they are switching to 3 from next season

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:o

 

Oh shit that 3 sponsorship deal news came out a month ago!  Wow, I missed that one.

 

And sleeve sponsor, wow missed that too.

 

Well Chelsea, your advertisement on your sleeves ain't working! :P

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19 hours ago, Smoothy said:

:o

 

Oh shit that 3 sponsorship deal news came out a month ago!  Wow, I missed that one.

 

And sleeve sponsor, wow missed that too.

 

Well Chelsea, your advertisement on your sleeves ain't working! :P

 

Hyundai isn't even the first sleeve sponsor :D

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First leak of Liverpool’s Nike kits has arrived in the shape of a supposed away kit.

 

Cancel this season? If this is real, cancel football altogether :(

 

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That Spurs kit I mentioned in the first post?

 

Here's a more real leak of it.

 

It's still pants.

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Jesus, it looks like it’s covered in dust, and then someone started drawing shapes in it

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