Hated the suicidal Puma n the image but it doesn’t stand out so much on the real thingIf it weren’t for the ‘runaway’ Puma, these would comfortably be our finest ever kit.
The OG colours is a unique and readily indentifiable Warriors combo, the blue and white reversed home and away kits, Green updated Moko with straight tongue, contrasting shorts (home or away) straight chevron and classic Vodafone logos (both old on Away jersey and new on Home) are all combining for the better.
Well done Club/Puma/designer/s- best yet.
(Now fix that Puma FFS!)
Thanks. This will likely be the first year I buy something for my kids. My eldest has been on my case for the last year to get him a jersey. Probably wants to sit with me in matching colours as I can't see him sitting still for the whole game.When you are buying kids/youth gear go plus 2 sizes at least.
Doesn’t seem correct, as you say. Love that white training jersey.From the mole… judging by the photos above not sure where he is getting his info from!!
WARRIORS FACE MORE HURDLESYou've got to feel for the poor old Warriors. Living and playing away from home, the club has a new problem - a wardrobe malfunction.
Due to logistical problems, the players barely have any playing and training gear with the start of the new season just weeks away.
PUMA, the club's official gear sponsor, has been unable to supply the team's training clothing yet and players are often running around in plain PUMA t-shirts or their own gear.
Not a huge problem, but just another hurdle for the club that has done it tougher than any other in recent seasons.