Buccaneers change of mood seems justifiable, the old one looks ugly. I'm not surprised at all if they wanted to change with the new look, it's just cooler. I also realized that American Football's jerseys are mostly pretty simple in their design, a layman like me would not easily recognize if there's any change in the jersey except the colors.
You with Gary or Nuno or both doesn't matter, as long as you admit that you're in a gay relationship with one of the reds
But as I said before, most changes aren't that drastic. Since the equipment contract is league-wide instead of club by club in soccer. So that results in most uniforms having the same shape. Helmets are a different story though.
That's a new information for me. So the football clubs do not get direct benefits from the kit contracts or do they? I did not even realize that different teams have different helmets.
Yeah, it's actually interesting despite all the hardship that may come with it. Seniors always say that it's at this stage that we actually learn what it means to be a doctor, so yeah.
That reminds me that in writing thesis we can join other senior groups which have projects/experiments running, thus decreasing the cost that we may need. I wonder if it's possible for your social projects as well.
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They have a revenue sharing system for merchandise sales across the league. It goes a long way to keep the less successful teams afloat. But as far as money going to individual teams, no. I believe they have companies sponsor their practice jerseys in some cases, but since that doesn't bring as much money for obvious reasons, there's no real point to it. Nike makes all uniforms.
For helmets, there are a few different companies that make them, and it seems to vary between teams. Some players have their own preferences, for obvious reasons - it's a pretty important piece of equipment
Dude, all blues have at least slept with one of the reds once don't think there's another way to the top my dear sir
I do not think so.. a social project was made in order for us college students to assist the development of civilization in any parts of the country, but most of the time it's not related directly with our field, though. Obviously different case applied on your major.
So it's a pretty complex system to divide the profits from jersey alone? but I guess that way is logical if the point is to keep less successful teams afloat. Financial power gaps has been an issue for quite some time in soccer, so probably the idea of revenue-sharing might not be so bad if it's applied in the soccer as well, even though I doubt that it will be accepted by big teams..
Then I think I do not want to become a blue Sleeping with Gary once when I bribed him to become a green was enough
Calories after eating can be burned by having sex;
Having period is not really an excuses;
So I doubt he got in on his own merits
Yeah, but that's make their jersey look awful , I know football is a business too, but the reason why I decided not to buy any Asian clubs jersey is mainly because most of them looks ugly. If they are trying to gain profits for merchandising business, at least they have to know how to appeal most of their fans by making cool looking jerseys.
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Actually you are mistaken, I've always been douchey.
That's actually an interesting point you bring up regarding cool shirts versus sale. Ugly shirts can indeed affect sales amount, however a fan would likely buy the shirt regardless as long as it doesn't look like an ugly smoothie, well, unless your club's name is FC Barcelona.