LOL.Don't take this the wrong way, Mero, but given the astronomical time you put into your website, I always imagined you as a soft-spoken recluse. My vision even extended to you moving to Canada due to not fitting into the bogan footy world... I certainly did not expect you to sound like Tony Leonard! Apparently there is a Footscray accent!
I never knew the power ranger was based off the Chelsea third kit, that's fascinating.
So now we have the "baggy wings", well I've always referred to the West Coast "gradient eagle" as the "vomit eagle", to me it clearly looks like someone threw up on themself. This is the beginning of my campaign to get "vomit eagle" into the lexicon.
Now let's see those early Freight Train designs!
I only included WA because a local guy did the research and provided images of what jumpers should look like, and in what years.I've often wondered why there's no SANFL section on the website, although I have seen images of SANFL jumpers in your format elsewhere. Is it a typical pissant SANFL attitude where they won't let you use their intellectual property, or do you just hate South Australia?
It was a pleasure to be a guest.Was a pleasure getting to host this one, and as discussed if anyone has any questions for Mero (or myself), feel free to comment them below.
Man, that reminds me... I really need to finish SturtI only included WA because a local guy did the research and provided images of what jumpers should look like, and in what years.
I have worked with historians from North, Norwood and obviously Port to develop pages for their Home jumpers like the WA ones.
I also researched a couple of the newer teams myself, so I have Centrals & Woodville done as well.
They are not on the site because SA is still incomplete, and then I'd get emails from people asking me to finish their team.
Weren't you just a little cutie with those designs lolMatt 7:7
View attachment 916170 This is the 12 year who emailed me in 2007.
These are the helpful images he put together and sent me to advise me what Port & Freo were wearing in Heritage Round that year
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The final footyjumpers versions were:
http://www.footyjumpers.com/images/Port-Adelaide-Heritage-2007.gif and http://www.footyjumpers.com/images/Fremantle-Heritage-2007.gif
Wow, do you have any images or do you remember which clubs it was?the 2008 era teal and grey "fountain" clash guernsey was a reused Reebok design that they'd used for trainingwear for several European soccer clubs. It always irked me that not only was it the most boring Port guernsey ever, it was just a straight copy paste recolour job.