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How awful is Oldham's kit!?!?!

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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
They're wearing all pink. Now what's that about?
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
pics!
#2
do wolves still wear bright orange with doritos plastered across them??

u can tell im not a foothy fan cos that was ages ago but looked awful!
#3
The club has received permission from the Rugby Football League to wear the one-off kit, which they believe will draw attention to the battle against cancer, as well as the club’s official charities of Dr Kershaw’s Hospice and the Genesis Appeal.

That was last time against donny...guessing its to raise awareness about cancer
#4
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banned#5
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banned#6
magicbeans
do wolves still wear bright orange with doritos plastered across them??

u can tell im not a foothy fan cos that was ages ago but looked awful!


They still wear goldy/orange. I don't think they're sponsored by doritos though. It reminds me of Paul Ince in a Wolves kit. Now that man I resent for doing a sh1t job at my beloved Rovers!!
#7
awww cute!! wicked reasons as well x
banned#8
vengod
The club has received permission from the Rugby Football League to wear the one-off kit, which they believe will draw attention to the battle against cancer, as well as the club’s official charities of Dr Kershaw’s Hospice and the Genesis Appeal.

That was last time against donny...guessing its to raise awareness about cancer


Very altruistic. More Prem clubs should be doing something like this!!
#9
Fantastic idea good on em!
banned#10
Excellent game now as well!!
banned#11
Oldham FC the place to be, I have been to one game there.
#12
davidhurn
Very altruistic. More Prem clubs should be doing something like this!!


Villa are doing a similar thing-they have no sponsor this year-but have the name of 'Acorns' hospice on their shirts to raise awareness.
banned#13
lucerysmum
Villa are doing a similar thing-they have no sponsor this year-but have the name of 'Acorns' hospice on their shirts to raise awareness.


Good point, forgot about that. But more Prem teams should be getting involved, esp the big money making top 4.
#14
vengod;4533274
The club has received permission from the Rugby Football League to wear the one-off kit, which they believe will draw attention to the battle against cancer, as well as the club’s official charities of Dr Kershaw’s Hospice and the Genesis Appeal.

That was last time against donny...guessing its to raise awareness about cancer


Isn't that Oldham's rugby club?

http://www.oldhamadvertiser.co.uk/sport/rugby_league/oldham/s/1057359_tickled_pink
#15
if more teams did it they could sell the shirts they would make a mint as i am sure all the men would buy them for their wives and my hubby looks good it pink lol
#16
yeah there doing it for the cancer fing i think herd them speaking about it on sky sports news one of the players was all up for it then was gutted when it was on tv but fink he knows he loves the pink!!
#17
I was going home last night as the fans were coming out of the ground and saw all these pink scarves etc on blokes as well as women and wondered what the hell! saw on the news why, good on em. Shame Leeds didn't win though!
#18
davidhurn
Good point, forgot about that. But more Prem teams should be getting involved, esp the big money making top 4.


you're right-even if it was not worn all season they could have am 'alternative' shirt which they could wear every so often........................they make enough money (they big clubs i mean).

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