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Hawthorn United

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Cheers. It kinda boggles the mind that it’s approved as a clash strip.



Forced West Coast into wearing their indigenous jumper.

It's a very specific clash jumper too. Only for when they play teams with a light front and dark back? So Collingwood?

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Forced West Coast into wearing their indigenous jumper.

It's a very specific clash jumper too. Only for when they play teams with a light front and dark back? So Collingwood?

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It might be OK if it was a set of three, with (for example) the recent white clash with the red/blue yoke as a third.
 

Bound For Rory

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Why not be like every sport in the world, every team have a home and away jumper? Simples.
Other sports specify colour for home and then have a different away.
Meaning we would all have to have white home jerseys.

We have that system currently (home/away/clash)
 

Hawthorn United

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Other sports specify colour for home and then have a different away.
Meaning we would all have to have white home jerseys.

We have that system currently (home/away/clash)
Not all clubs do though and that's the problem. Some clubs have clash jumpers which solve clashes for some teams, and create more problems with others. Melbourne's clash just won't work against other red teams. It'll be interesting to see Carlton vs Melbourne on July 7th. Their clash jumper only fixes the back, the front is still largely navy vs navy. Carlton home game, so they won't be wearing their grey jumper.

Edit - Looks like Melbouirne still have the royal blue clash then? So the red back is a backup if the first two don't work I guess?

https://thedemonshop.shopdesq.com/guernseys/2019-adult-clash-guernsey-
 
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Bound For Rory

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Not all clubs do though and that's the problem. Some clubs have clash jumpers which solve clashes for some teams, and create more problems with others. Melbourne's clash just won't work against other red teams. It'll be interesting to see Carlton vs Melbourne on July 7th. Their clash jumper only fixes the back, the front is still largely navy vs navy. Carlton home game, so they won't be wearing their grey jumper.

Edit - Looks like Melbouirne still have the royal blue clash then? So the red back is a backup if the first two don't work I guess?

https://thedemonshop.shopdesq.com/guernseys/2019-adult-clash-guernsey-
Yeah its a bit confusing.
mainly because the AFL are too spineless to tell certain teams that they must have a clash that is actually DIFFERENT to their current guernsey.

No Collingwood, white with black and black with white are not different.
 

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Yeah its a bit confusing.
mainly because the AFL are too spineless to tell certain teams that they must have a clash that is actually DIFFERENT to their current guernsey.

No Collingwood, white with black and black with white are not different.
Collingwood's clash strip does the trick perfectly. They actually are different.
 

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So why wasn't it worn in the bottom one, which quite frankly is confusing AF.
The one that is clearly more recent.
Here's some from a few weeks ago

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The bottom one from my other post was a Collingwood home game. So Carlton should've been made to wear their clash. But for some reason they never do against other "Big 4" teams.
 
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