Nike phenomenon?? (1 Viewer)

K10

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Jul 12, 2002
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#25
actually its not boring, he's worked with some high profile cases already, drug lords, mafia men and all, good to make friends with those guys
 

gray

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#28
++ [ originally posted by Len ] ++
Bloody Nike...
yeah, those bastards... giving us all that sponsorship money and paying our players millions to wear free boots and appear in 2 minute commercials :(

:D

I'm not too happy about the logo change though :fero:
 

Majed

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Jul 17, 2002
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#29
++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++

yeah, those bastards... giving us all that sponsorship money and paying our players millions to wear free boots and appear in 2 minute commercials :(

:D

I'm not too happy about the logo change though :fero:
I doubt that was nike's choice.. I'm sure it was a marketing decision made by Juve.
 

gray

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#30
I'm pretty sure they had something to do with it though... I've heard that the license for using that logo expires at the end of Nike's contract with us... though I don't know much about the topic; can anyone fill us in here?
 

gray

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#32
I hope so... the old one was class, and I still refuse to accept the new crest as our official logo.

Tradition went out the window when we changed our logo. It seems kind of illogical, doesn't it? We use a pink jersey to celebrate our roots, yet throw away the symbol of our club in favour of a "trendy, modern" one :groan:
 

gray

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#34
I know we changed it recently (I think it was 3 times in the last couple of decades), but we didn't completely scrap the whole design and replace it with a new one :irritate:
 

gray

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#36
of course, but I feel that I wear the old logo much more proudly, because I feel that it represents the club more.

It's like changing your country's flag. It doesn't affect your patriotism or values whatsoever, but you'd probably feel a greater sentimental value for the old one, right?
 
Sep 28, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
of course, but I feel that I wear the old logo much more proudly, because I feel that it represents the club more.

It's like changing your country's flag. It doesn't affect your patriotism or values whatsoever, but you'd probably feel a greater sentimental value for the old one, right?
:blah:

just put it this way - tho old logo looks much better :D
 

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