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offline behindthegoal

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Can anyone enlighten me as to the method employed in selecting our new shirts?
Horrible material (probably ok in the summer?), lousy neck and boring "design".
I am sure we must have been given a number of choices by the manufacturer to choose from, so why did we go for what we did?
Was it a committee decision or did an individual make the selection? Name the gulity party!
Personally I feel our previous "Reporter" shirts were far superior in every repect and was our best ever shirt.
If promises are kept we are also stuck with the things for another 3 years!


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offline KShep

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I agreee, the Reprter shirt was the nicest evr. i will continue to wear mine for at least another season. Haven't got a Gladwish shirt yet but will look into buying one in the summer.

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There was a limited choice given the colours that we wanted. So limited in fact that there was only one design that we could have used.

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offline Stu B

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Colour smalour says yunggravesendian. I however say couldn't we have a nice red home shirt,and the "cheaper" away kit?

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offline Malcolm S

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Personally I don't see anything wrong with them, I shall wear mine
with pride.

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offline Gordon T

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Im with you Malcom S

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offline UP FLEET

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Will be showing mine off with pride at the git tomorrow.

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How would someone living in the U.S. go about buying one of these shirts?

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offline David Holden

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There is an e-mail link on the club shop where you can get all the details of prices postage etc.

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Yes, I have seen the club shop link and have emailed the contact given twice, the first being several weeks ago. I have yet to receive a reply.




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