Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by JurgenKlopp, Sep 23, 2019.
fuck off, that can't be real!!!
Though I think it's fake, I do think there is some merit signing up with a Top designer like Armani or Gucci have some LFC gear designed by them
That's a very PSG thing to do.
Virgil Abloh (Louis Vuitton/Off White) made some Nike boots for Mbappe.
Liverpool invented football casuals, whose "uniform" was always designer rather than club-affiliated anyway.
From Fila and Sergio Tacchini through to Prrrrrrrrada-lad and whatever the young scallies are wearing now.
(I have no idea, shop at TK Maxx these days and get excited when I see a Vivienne Westwood shirt or Nicole Farhi jumper for £50 or whatever, and remember when I could afford to go to real shops and buy them at full price).
Might be of interest to Wools and Global Wools though.
@Ijg has already ordered 8 of those bad boys!
New Balance can fuck off.
We should just get Nike to agree to pay us an additional 5m for every month that distribution falls below 6,000 door and an additional £100 every time a fan complains that the kit is sold out. See NB match that.
Apparently our GK jersey sales is the 11th most popular jersey in the UK ahead of the likes of WHU, NUFC, and the Bitters.
What aspiring goalkeeper kid wouldn’t want the jersey of the best keeper in the world?
Brilliant. Force them to back down from an offer they cant possibly match. I like it
I read that we're on course to sell 2.9million shirts. Considering our average shirt sales over 5 year is just over 1million, any company would struggle to hit the figure of 3 million shirts
Liverpool shirt sales increase to 1.13m a year... over DOUBLE the number of jerseys sold by Manchester City
Liverpool are the fifth biggest shirt-sellers in world football
Man City have sold average of 492,000 shirts per season over the last five years
Man United top the list with 1.85m jerseys sold on average per season
European champions Liverpool have already beaten league champions Manchester City before Sunday's FA Community Shield kicks off — by selling more than double the number of replica shirts.
Liverpool’s shirt sales have increased under owners Fenway Sports Group to an average of 1.13million a year over the last five years.
They have risen from seventh to fifth biggest shirt-sellers in recent years, following a rise in fortunes that has reach them make back-to-back Champions League finals.
The figures will strengthen the club’s hand in negotiations for a new kit deal. Liverpool’s £45m-a-year deal with New Balance ends at the end of the season and the club are understood to be looking for a rise to £75m a year from next season.
Manchester City sold an average of 492,000 shirts per season from 2014/15 to 2018/19 — the 10th-most popular club shirt.
However, despite mixed fortunes on the pitch, Manchester United are still the biggest club in the world in terms of shirt sales. They sold an average of 1.85m shirts a season over the last five seasons, keeping them ahead of Real Madrid.
Arsenal (sixth) and Chelsea (eighth) were also in the top 10. Both sell around 800,000 shirts per season.
I bet Blue Fume thinks that there is a conspiracy about those numbers also
BREAKING: New Balance claim dismissed, Liverpool win the case
Judge Teare is in court.
He says: “For the reasons given in the judgement handed down the claim from New Balance is dismissed.”
Daniel Oudkerk, QC, representing New Balance, rises and says they need to discuss the question of appeal.
The appeal must have a “real prospect of success” to be allowed.
New balance claim has been thrown out of court
They're going to attempt to take to appeal - can't see them winning ,given misrepresentation of figures to Hogan and co over past 6 months on top of obvious inability to compete and match Nike , who's deal being based off performance of sales means NB will never be able to match
Interestingly Hogan claimed a clause whereby Nike can drop royalty rates should we drop out of champions League was not originally included originally / he was never briefed / read contract in entirety
New Balance permission to appeal dismissed
Judge Teare: “I am not persuaded there is a real prospect of success.”