Next Game : Fri 12th August 2016 : Friendly Away v Ospreys ko 7.15pm
Game After : Fri 19th August 2016 : Friendly Away v Treviso ko 8.20pm
Game After : Fri. 26th August 2016 : Friendly Home v Nott'm ko 5.00pm & Ospreys ko 7.45pm
Since technically they're using the game as an advert for next season, I'm pretty happy with the way this is being done - all right, so nearly all of the crowd will be in outdated shirts, but it sounds like most of them will be happier that way anyway.
Hard to tell till I've seen the full thing, but I actually think I'm going to like it.
From what I have heard of it I don't think I will like it either.
I think the Canterbury trailer is like some movie trailers, where they show you interesting snippets of the "best bits" but when you see the full version you realise that the trailer showed the ONLY good bits & the rest is a load of c***.
Despite what the "clues" in the youtube vid may suggest, I am led to believe that the kit is definitely not one for the traditionalists. Tigers have simply been allowed to tweak one of Canterbury's stock designs a little to make it slightly more "Tigery".
I suspect from Yorkie's comments it's going to be a bit like looking at Davinna McCall through a Blackthorn hedge. You can tell all the bits are there and that they ought to work but then you get through the gate and...
I don't understand the opposition to the teaser video. Of course it's not going to give us the whole picture, it's a teaser video. It's done it's job perfectly - here we are talking about it afterall.
The release is a million times better than previous years when the new kit would just come out of nowhere, no build-up, usually close to the new season. The shirts then wouldn't be ready until November at the earliest!
I, for one, am excited about moving away from the traditional shirt. I know I'm probably in the minority on this point however.
There are things in the Leicester club you cannot buy; the ethos, the history and the spirit.
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