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Stripes are too thin for my liking. Maybe it looks before 'in the flesh'. Hope so. 

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“Black trim matters” movement launched 😀

Love the strips this year and the pink away strip seems lucky unlike the black strip wasn’t lucky at all and made them look like eleven refs running around!  I know luck has nothing to do with footbal

Greater representation of Highland and Lowland League teams is most welcome. Reserve of Youth teams of Premiership clubs though should have no place in this tournament.

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Not the worst strip we've ever had but far from the best either.

I am with Gringo, the stripes are far too narrow and it lacks back trim which would better reflect our heritage.

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My issue - as with all the other Puma strips so far is the crappy badge. The Errea embroidered badges were excellent. Even some of the one-piece badges we had before were decent, but this one looks cheap. Even if embroidered is not practical, could it be tweaked to not have a massive white border - that would surely look better. 

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40 minutes ago, Scotty said:

My issue - as with all the other Puma strips so far is the crappy badge. The Errea embroidered badges were excellent. Even some of the one-piece badges we had before were decent, but this one looks cheap. Even if embroidered is not practical, could it be tweaked to not have a massive white border - that would surely look better. 

I think this way of doing badge is a bit marmite tbh? You either like it or dont? 

Its grown on me and actually I now like the way it enables the badge to stick out and be seen? I agree re the white border though. That would be better gone. 

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It was the first thing I noticed when I got the last strip delivered .... Loved the strip, hated the quality and appearance of the badge. We talk about players 'playing for the badge' so to my mind, that should be done to a decent standard! Other than that, no criticism of the design of any of the Puma strips so far. They have all been good IMHO. 

 

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Although I think the strip is a good one, in my humble opinion it would be vastly improved if the colours were swapped. Let's have a red shirt with thin blue stripes, and red shorts with a hint of blue, and red socks with just a hint of blue. I know, it's just a dream, and I am so grateful for the small percentage of red granted on the new strip, but a supporter can dream.

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I think it would be better if the stripes were also on the back of the shirt as well although perhaps this is to make it easier for the players names and numbers. Don't think I like either of the strips enough to bother buying one this season sadly.

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I have the away 1 so far and love it. Not sure about the new home 1 but I don't hate it,  I guess I'll get it too as it helps the clubs coffers a wee bit.

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Getting excited. Somehow, last season seemed both surreal and unreal.

This feels like the first start to a proper football season for to years and, with a new manager and a refreshed squad as well as fans back in the ground,  there are real grounds for optimism.

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The First Minister has today confirmed the maximum number for crowds seated outside will rise to 2,000 from next Monday 19th July.

With a further easing, possibly to full capacity, due on 9th August, the signs are that we will all be able to enjoy almost a full season much closer to normal.

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2 hours ago, Kingsmills said:

The First Minister has today confirmed the maximum number for crowds seated outside will rise to 2,000 from next Monday 19th July.

With a further easing, possibly to full capacity, due on 9th August, the signs are that we will all be able to enjoy almost a full season much closer to normal.

I hope so but will only consider it normal when I get my normal seat back in the main stand. Don't think that will be happening any time soon though. 

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On 7/13/2021 at 6:14 PM, Huisdean said:

I hope so but will only consider it normal when I get my normal seat back in the main stand. Don't think that will be happening any time soon though. 

I believe the main stand will open for the 1st league game if 2000 fans allowed 

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11 hours ago, Yngwie said:

Airdrie’s away kit 😍

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One of the best ICT shirts I've ever seen.......even has stripes on the back too !!

Much better than our 'looks like purple from any distance' home effort this season!

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As mentioned above Arbroath have confirmed that the opening league fixture can be attended by home and away fans.

 

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Just beat me to it.  First match since Hibs at Easter Road in February 2020.  Can't really count the recent Cormack Park debacle.....

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3 hours ago, Jack Waddington said:

Away fans are allowed into Arbroath this weekend. Is there any updates on the supporters bus, or is it a case of make your own way there for the time being?

 

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