Peterborough United have today (Friday) launched their new home shirt for the 2019/20 season.
Here are your views on the new Posh home kit as told to @PTAlanSwann on Twitter...
The way they club hyped it all up in the last few weeks to have this is just awful. Can genuinely pay £10 for the template on the Nike website.
The pro version with EFL badges etc make the kit look a million times better. The fans version is quite basic!
Imagine caring about the design of a football shirt.
Stick on badge, very little design. Poor in my opinion, especially for £45. Obviously I will buy one as will most whatever it looks like, but just seems lazy from suppliers these days.
For £45 every season I’d expect something a bit different each time. It’s smart and the marketing department have done a fantastic job plugging it. But it’s a little underwhelming.
Very boring, hopefully the away one is a nice luminous colour.
More boring plain designs by Nike, hopefully their last season supplying kits for Posh.
Not loads different,but a very nice kit and of course it will be a memorable kit by the end of the season!
Can we play in the away kit all season? Unless that’s worse, but I doubt it can be.
Not much different, but looks crisp without the white.
What were they expecting? Only so many ways you can have a blue shirt.
Looks smart to me, nothing wrong with it. Don’t understand the obsession over original designs. Pretty much most Nike/Adidas etc kits are from a template especially lower league teams.
It shows how much I notice kits that I had to Google last year’s to check that it had white on it. The 90s pizza kit mind I can describe in nauseating detail!
It’s the message that a club can lazily release the same(ish) shirt knowing that fans will buy it (because that’s what a good fan does). You know it and the club knows it.
It’s a nice shirt. I like it and it looks good. But I won’t buy it as it differs only marginally from last season’s. After all it’s still a plain blue shirt. Think this will be the issue most with fans. I look forward to seeing which ‘day glo’ colour we’ve picked for the away one.
I rate the shirt, I like that it’s plain and looks smart.
After building the kit release launch day up like we have there was always going to be this sort of reaction to such a simple design that doesn’t offer much different from the previous. Kit manufacturers need to offer more unique designs and be held accountable by clubs.
I think the problem is that they had a big campaign about it, got us all excited and then it isn’t very different to last year’s
Nothing wrong with the shirt.