Please don't start yet another war over this, but if you say the "younger" fans would always go for hoops year after year,(which is proven), is it not fare to give the "older" fans,(who of course diminish by the year), a chance to get their choice once in a while? If it means "loading it" against hoops is that such a bad thing?Darlogramps wrote: ↑Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:25 pmWhy is it time to move on from hoops? If a majority of the fanbase prefer them (and they do as hoops has won every vote for years) and see them as our identity, why should it be abandoned?comeondarlo wrote:3 is the only decent option and it’s time (actually it was ages ago) that we try something else other than hoops.
And particularly as the only way to do that seems to be to stack the vote and disenfranchise a portion of the electorate, for want of a better phrase.
Not looking to start an argument, it’s a genuine question.
I don't like a lot of the hooped shirts we have had, but I buy them from a desire to help the club. I had already decided not to buy next seasons if it was hoops yet again as I am sick of buying something I do not particularly like or look good in. I would doubt I am the only 1 who feels that way.
That said. the choices are not great. I have gone 1 & 3 in the semi final and hope 3 wins. I also hope we get a far better range of choice for the away shirt.