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Marin, this has the basis of a good thread, ruined by stupid attempt to deride fun and veiled ridicule at BCFC in the last paragraph. Unnecessary. I am a 'twat small heath supporter' but not blinkered like you appear to be.
That aside I'll give you what i think is an UN-BIASED view.
Firstly, arent football clubs especially those in the prem rich enough to use the same shirt for two years in succession like Celtic or for that matter England?, To change every is only marketing for profit by Dave Whelan the owner of Wigan Athletic in the main anyway, selling replica kits at JJB's all over the country.and the price £40 for fashion accessory which cost £10 to make...sorry to dampen your obvious enthusiasm for Nike kit but it ain't no different to any other sport manufacturer, made in a Vietnamese sweatshop costing next to nothing.
My opinion though and I hope you think about this un-biasedly because the suggestion is coming from a 'twat small heathen' wouldn't it be good idea to use a relica style kit as worn in 1982, in honour of the team who gave you your finest hour in Rotterdam in the 25th anniversary year?
That's what I think anyway.
nigel,don't start them with that idea they will end up having one shirt for everytime they won anything just for this coming season,that would end up starting another revolt in the undivided ranks of villa fans,about being ripped off by their rich owners.this is my un-biased view.
another 'twat small heath supporter'.
KEEP RIGHT ON
Just a quickie to say that it's great news that the Villa have tied up a kit deal with Nike, it shows we mean business and we're heading in the right direction.
Next, we should get a top notch sponsor for the shirts too, like Nokia, Dell, Apple or someone big too, not too keen on 32Red,
We should also replace the North Stand and fill in the corners around Villa Park.
And finally get another 3 or 4 quality players, Arteta from Everton and Bent from Charlton would be a good start.