It wasn't a "last night" decision, it was a "this year" one and last night was simply the culmination.I was at the game it it was difficult to differentiate teams.
Last night Geelog decided to change what had been agreed upon for the last 20 years and wore dark shorts with their white guernsey and Collingwood white shorts with their dark
Here are pics of the same guenseys being worn with the opposite short combination to last night. Dark guernsey in dark shorts, light guernsey in light shorts
bUt CoLlLiNgwOoD NeEd aNoTHEr cLaSH jUmPeRBasically zero Collingwood jumpers withw hite shorts would fix the issue vs Geelong because it will always be a weird combo of both teams utilising roughly 50/50 light and dark. Even if Collingwood top was 99% dark still wouldn't have been great.
Both teams in dark shorts would have been better ironically enough.
I agree with you, but $$$$$, and there have been some pretty cool clash kits (RCB 16 - Black, and BH - Black). There should be more emphasis on the umpires not clashing with the two playing teams.
In which case what was the point of switching from both teams wearing white/cream? Now both are wearing red/orange. Woo!
Just as important as the teams wearing different colours - if we're gonna wear colours, make it plural.There should be more emphasis on the umpires not clashing with the two playing teams.
"Let's be bright and colourful by all wearing the same colour"Thank you.