Would you buy the new Boro shirt if it had no sponsor name and logo?

Would you buy a Boro shirt without a sponsor name and logo?

  • Yes

    Votes: 159 81.5%
  • No

    Votes: 36 18.5%

  • Total voters
    195
  • Poll closed .

uncle_rico

Well-known member
Yes 100%.

Is there a reason for your question Rob?

Edit, just read the West Ham thread.
 
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SE4 Red

Well-known member
I must have been a kid the last time i bought a football shirt but I probably would be more interested/inclined to buy the current one (or one of the designs with a band) if it didn't have a sponsor.
 

RedAsABeetroot

Well-known member
I would absolutely. I definitely won't be with that logo on it. I know there will be others who want the sponsor so a choice of either makes sense.
Some sponsors may be less preferred by many, particularly gambling firms, but they seem to be the ones most keen to splash the cash, presumably in the interest of the fans.
 

Wistow_Red

Active member
Some sponsors may be less preferred by many, particularly gambling firms, but they seem to be the ones most keen to splash the cash, presumably in the interest of the fans.
Agree completely. It seems to be the 18+ sponsors i.e. gambling, alcohol, pawn shops that causes the most consternation. For me, anything that can't be put on a kids kit should be given the option of not being on the adult kit.
 

Colin Warnek

Well-known member
Agree completely. It seems to be the 18+ sponsors i.e. gambling, alcohol, pawn shops that causes the most consternation. For me, anything that can't be put on a kids kit should be given the option of not being on the adult kit.
If you notice, the majority of elite clubs don't have them. They have the money and clout to avoid them, in other words, where the ambitious mid-market clubs chase the highest buck.
 

newyddion

Well-known member
Agree completely. It seems to be the 18+ sponsors i.e. gambling, alcohol, pawn shops that causes the most consternation. For me, anything that can't be put on a kids kit should be given the option of not being on the adult kit.
Has anybody got kids? They soon jump into Small, Medium at secondary school!! Plenty of 16year olds wearing Large, Extra Large and XXL - dunno what they feed some of them!

I blame Nando’s
 

fmttmadmin

Administrator
Staff member
Agree completely. It seems to be the 18+ sponsors i.e. gambling, alcohol, pawn shops that causes the most consternation. For me, anything that can't be put on a kids kit should be given the option of not being on the adult kit.

That is true of course. But do those objecting actually buy the shirts every season?
 
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