Discussion Worst ever jumper clashes

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Crowbar across the back of the head is another good remedy as well.

I mean, not everyone wakes up afrerwards, and if they do they're usually a vegetable or otherwise mentally and physically incapacitated, but at least there's reassurance they won't do it again.

*Disclaimer: I don't actually condone this unless an individual starts insulting your mother. Then that bastard is going down.
 

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Had a ridiculous clash on the weekend at my club. As the home team we we wear this


however the opposition didn't have to wear a clash and wore this


Take into account that the umpires wear this and runners wear a similar green (bit a bit brighter)


Don't understand how the league though this was all good.
 

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Watching it on TV is almost as bad as when Carlton wear white shorts vs Collingwood..... Despite the fact the gold is prominent, fact is it's a primarily brown jumper, pairs up with white shorts vs Collingwood it's a cluster******
 

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Is it a clash on TV? Certainly at the game it is nowhere near a clash as the gold is very prominent and cuts through. The front is mainly gold.
The actual gold jumper is also mainly gold.

I mean, sure, you can separate them, but it doesn't change the fact that it is blatantly unnecessary and it's more work than it needs to be. It is one thing when clubs don't want to wear a clash, like Essendon/Carlton/Collingwood, for 'tradition', but to actually introduce a jumper that obfuscates things for no reason... it is befuddling. It'd be like if Geelong decided to wear a blue inverse jumper for away matches against Adelaide and Brisbane.
 

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The actual gold jumper is also mainly gold.

I mean, sure, you can separate them, but it doesn't change the fact that it is blatantly unnecessary and it's more work than it needs to be. It is one thing when clubs don't want to wear a clash, like Essendon/Carlton/Collingwood, for 'tradition', but to actually introduce a jumper that obfuscates things for no reason... it is befuddling. It'd be like if Geelong decided to wear a blue inverse jumper for away matches against Adelaide and Brisbane.
Sure, but thread is about the worst ever jumper clashes and there is no clash at all between either Hawthorn jumper and Collingwood.
 
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Sure, but thread is about the worst ever jumper clashes and there is no clash at all between either Hawthorn jumper and Collingwood.
Hawthorns brown away jumper v Collingwood is up there as a pretty bad clash.

-Both jumpers are dark bases
-Both jumpers have vertical stripes

Add on Hawthorn teaming it with white shorts, and the fact they choose to wear it over the jumper they wear 90% of the time that doesn't clash with a majority of teams, and it's stupidity at its finest.
 

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Actually pretty neutral
Only in the same way as Carlton vs Collingwood isn't a clash, or Essendon v Carlton, etc.
As in it is, but it's allowed because Big V.
For example, Collingwood don't wear the black-backed guernsey vs WCE but they do vs Carlton.
That kind of no clash.
 

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Bit like how there's no clash between North's white jumper and Collingwoods white jumper....

You sir, are blind.
Well we will just have to disagree then. I find it hard to watch when one of the 50 or so jumper clashes is on, but this is not one of them. What part of the two jumpers confuses you? It is the bright gold that pops that you can't tell from the white?
Did you watch the game or are you just looking at stills?
 
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