Bradford City opt for hoops at Wembley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City will hope to be celebrating in their claret and amber hoops at the end of the Capital One Cup final City will hope to be celebrating in their claret and amber hoops at the end of the Capital One Cup final

City will step out at Wembley in their claret and amber hoops.

The Bantams have confirmed that they will face Swansea in the Capital One Cup final wearing their home shirts.

A decision has to be made on shorts and socks but both are expected to be black to match the walk-out tops they will wear on to the pitch. That will mirror the colours originally worn by Manningham when the club were founded.

City scrapped plans for a special kit for the February 24 showpiece because the only design that producers Nike could offer in time was a standard all-claret outfit.

But fans will not be able to stock up with more replica shirts to take to Wembley because the original stock made for the club is running low following the unexpected heavy demand.

Director of operations David Baldwin said: “We asked Nike to produce a claret and amber specific shirt for us this season.

“The retailers Prosport had to place an order at the beginning of the season with a further one in the run-up to Christmas.

“Nobody could have foreseen the season that we’ve had. We’re in a position now where we’ve sold more shirts than ever and pretty much up to the semi-finals had done well on the stock levels.

“But what you can’t account for as a League Two club is a cup final at Wembley. There is no way more shirts could be manufactured and produced in time.”

City canvassed fans’ opinion over the weekend to decide whether they would prefer to switch to a new plain claret kit specifically for Wembley. But the response was a resounding thumbs down.

Baldwin said: “I wanted the fans to have their say. Either stick with traditional colours but be disappointed we can’t sell any more replica shirts or get stock kit shipped in but it was just plain claret?

“There was initially a big demand for a commemorative kit. But when people were aware of the options, it was very evident that when our players walk out on that pitch, the traditional claret and amber shirt is the key thing.

“Yes, we want our home shirt and we’d love to have more to sell. But we’re not just going to put out another shirt for commercial gain.”

The Football League will decide on other kit changes, with both Swansea and City wearing white shorts and socks.

Baldwin said: “For us, it’s much less of a compromise to change and it’s still a very impacted kit if we wear claret and amber, black shorts and black shorts.

“When you take into consideration that the players could be wearing black tops to walk out on the pitch, then it is a very strong look.”

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8:11am Tue 29 Jan 13

tyker2 says...

fair does:there will be a waive of claret and amber anyway:
fair does:there will be a waive of claret and amber anyway: tyker2
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8:14am Tue 29 Jan 13

settler07 says...

Absolutely the right decision. Well done to the club. This shows how well the supporters board is working with club.
Shame NIKE cant produce more of the home shirts in time but it would have been so wrong to switch to a plain shirt.
Absolutely the right decision. Well done to the club. This shows how well the supporters board is working with club. Shame NIKE cant produce more of the home shirts in time but it would have been so wrong to switch to a plain shirt. settler07
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8:15am Tue 29 Jan 13

RAF_Bantam says...

This was a no brainer.... An all claret kit? Give me a break!

People want to wear their colours with pride! If only Nike would pull their fingers out and produce some more kit for the Club Shop...
This was a no brainer.... An all claret kit? Give me a break! People want to wear their colours with pride! If only Nike would pull their fingers out and produce some more kit for the Club Shop... RAF_Bantam
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8:17am Tue 29 Jan 13

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop. Thee Voice of Reason
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8:21am Tue 29 Jan 13

vanishedbob says...

I would have thought with all the publicity and worldwide coverage this story is getting and will get, that the club is in a position to tell Nike and their suppliers, exactly what they want in the run up to the final and not asking them.
I would have thought with all the publicity and worldwide coverage this story is getting and will get, that the club is in a position to tell Nike and their suppliers, exactly what they want in the run up to the final and not asking them. vanishedbob
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8:33am Tue 29 Jan 13

Solomon Grundy says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop. Solomon Grundy
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8:34am Tue 29 Jan 13

webess says...

Correction - Claret and Amber are originally the colours of the West Yorkshire regiment.
Correction - Claret and Amber are originally the colours of the West Yorkshire regiment. webess
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9:00am Tue 29 Jan 13

allannicho says...

Black Socks with claret & amber at top would be nice.
Black Socks with claret & amber at top would be nice. allannicho
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9:24am Tue 29 Jan 13

tyker2 says...

black socks,black shorts.claret and amber stripes:spot on for me
black socks,black shorts.claret and amber stripes:spot on for me tyker2
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9:25am Tue 29 Jan 13

Van Bellen's Baby says...

If they can produce an all-claret shirt in time why not claret shorts to go with the hoops? Black doesn't work with the C & A for me and I know before I get pilloried about the links to the fire, we haven't been wearing it recently in the home kit anyway...
If they can produce an all-claret shirt in time why not claret shorts to go with the hoops? Black doesn't work with the C & A for me and I know before I get pilloried about the links to the fire, we haven't been wearing it recently in the home kit anyway... Van Bellen's Baby
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9:25am Tue 29 Jan 13

tyker2 says...

Solomon Grundy wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
no they made a real pig of it
[quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.[/p][/quote]no they made a real pig of it tyker2
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9:30am Tue 29 Jan 13

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Solomon Grundy wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
Thank you grammar Nazi.

How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.
[quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.[/p][/quote]Thank you grammar Nazi. How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash. Thee Voice of Reason
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9:39am Tue 29 Jan 13

tyker2 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
Thank you grammar Nazi.

How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.
I agree with you but 20000 or so may not be a profitable run for them
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.[/p][/quote]Thank you grammar Nazi. How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.[/p][/quote]I agree with you but 20000 or so may not be a profitable run for them tyker2
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9:51am Tue 29 Jan 13

Andy2010 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
Thank you grammar Nazi.

How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.
Slightly different volumes of scale there lol

Whereas City might just might be lucky to shift 5000 shirts a season Man Utd can literally shift millions
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.[/p][/quote]Thank you grammar Nazi. How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.[/p][/quote]Slightly different volumes of scale there lol Whereas City might just might be lucky to shift 5000 shirts a season Man Utd can literally shift millions Andy2010
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10:57am Tue 29 Jan 13

Edinburgh -bantam says...

This is a correct decision, now let's see our supporters ALL wearing claret and amber.

Don't buy the tat from street hawkers,the Friends of Bradford City produce a good quality scarf in authentic City colours.

I dislike these half/half scarves and wouldn't Swansea City around my old neck.
This is a correct decision, now let's see our supporters ALL wearing claret and amber. Don't buy the tat from street hawkers,the Friends of Bradford City produce a good quality scarf in authentic City colours. I dislike these half/half scarves and wouldn't Swansea City around my old neck. Edinburgh -bantam
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11:12am Tue 29 Jan 13

Rambo says...

Solomon Grundy wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
And you should have used 'Sewing' with a capital S as it is the first word of the sentence.
[quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.[/p][/quote]And you should have used 'Sewing' with a capital S as it is the first word of the sentence. Rambo
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11:32am Tue 29 Jan 13

DCarbz says...

Claret and amber with a dash of black.

Could always borrow Avenues shirts for the day.
Claret and amber with a dash of black. Could always borrow Avenues shirts for the day. DCarbz
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12:14pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Andy2010 wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.
Thank you grammar Nazi. How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.
Slightly different volumes of scale there lol Whereas City might just might be lucky to shift 5000 shirts a season Man Utd can literally shift millions
The point is if it was in their interest to do it they would, it isn't so they roll out some crappy excuse.
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]sewing is spelt with an e. You talk such codswallop.[/p][/quote]Thank you grammar Nazi. How many Man U shirts do you think Nike would be churning out if they were in the final? The excuse is poor and doesn't wash.[/p][/quote]Slightly different volumes of scale there lol Whereas City might just might be lucky to shift 5000 shirts a season Man Utd can literally shift millions[/p][/quote]The point is if it was in their interest to do it they would, it isn't so they roll out some crappy excuse. Thee Voice of Reason
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12:30pm Tue 29 Jan 13

The SBD says...

The correct decision has been made.

What a shower Nike are.

We never had such problems with Beaver Sports in 1996.
The correct decision has been made. What a shower Nike are. We never had such problems with Beaver Sports in 1996. The SBD
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2:13pm Tue 29 Jan 13

bcfc1903 says...

Good news about the Claret and Amber hooped shirt being used for the final. It's the best kit design ever...so although i'm surprised Nike can't supply anymore for the fans to buy..i'm pleased that they did produce such a fantastic design at the start of the season. Love the white shorts and socks that go with it, but black will also look good...i believe Manningham RLFC originally played in white shirts and black shorts before changing to the colours of the West Yorkshire Regiment....so maybe a little more retro kit for the final.

**

We shout with pride....we'll never hide....Claret and Amber!!!!!
Good news about the Claret and Amber hooped shirt being used for the final. It's the best kit design ever...so although i'm surprised Nike can't supply anymore for the fans to buy..i'm pleased that they did produce such a fantastic design at the start of the season. Love the white shorts and socks that go with it, but black will also look good...i believe Manningham RLFC originally played in white shirts and black shorts before changing to the colours of the West Yorkshire Regiment....so maybe a little more retro kit for the final. ** We shout with pride....we'll never hide....Claret and Amber!!!!! bcfc1903
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2:18pm Tue 29 Jan 13

bhuna156 says...

Why not claret shorts and socks like we wore last season?
Why not claret shorts and socks like we wore last season? bhuna156
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2:20pm Tue 29 Jan 13

BANT MAN says...

Gutted I can't buy a home shirt, I have the away shirt this season but would have bought the home shirt for Wembley!
Gutted I can't buy a home shirt, I have the away shirt this season but would have bought the home shirt for Wembley! BANT MAN
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6:30pm Tue 29 Jan 13

GABRIEL.NORDE says...

IT IS ABSOLUTELY THE RIGHT CHOICE...and to have the colours of the founder member of "our now famous BRADFORD CITY" (LOL) represented at wembley, is a magnificent gesture from the CLUB! Some supporters, it seems, have forgotten that City derived from Manningham Rugby Club, who doned THE NOW FAMOUS, GLOBALLY, Claret, Amber and the BLACK.
IT IS ABSOLUTELY THE RIGHT CHOICE...and to have the colours of the founder member of "our now famous BRADFORD CITY" (LOL) represented at wembley, is a magnificent gesture from the CLUB! Some supporters, it seems, have forgotten that City derived from Manningham Rugby Club, who doned THE NOW FAMOUS, GLOBALLY, Claret, Amber and the BLACK. GABRIEL.NORDE
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7:12pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Danstarr69 says...

Who wants claret shorts? Everyone including me at the beginning of the season wanted black shorts and socks. Now that's exactly what we're getting.

Btw Nike aren't our suppliers, they left us in the hands of Prosport UK, who seem rubbish compared to other kit companies like Kit King who have much more variety.

If they can't keep up with demand, then Prosport/Bradford should ask the real Nike company to find another supplier who can.
Who wants claret shorts? Everyone including me at the beginning of the season wanted black shorts and socks. Now that's exactly what we're getting. Btw Nike aren't our suppliers, they left us in the hands of Prosport UK, who seem rubbish compared to other kit companies like Kit King who have much more variety. If they can't keep up with demand, then Prosport/Bradford should ask the real Nike company to find another supplier who can. Danstarr69
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7:12pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Danstarr69 says...

Who wants claret shorts? Everyone including me at the beginning of the season wanted black shorts and socks. Now that's exactly what we're getting.

Btw Nike aren't our suppliers, they left us in the hands of Prosport UK, who seem rubbish compared to other kit companies like Kit King who have much more variety.

If they can't keep up with demand, then Prosport/Bradford should ask the real Nike company to find another supplier who can.
Who wants claret shorts? Everyone including me at the beginning of the season wanted black shorts and socks. Now that's exactly what we're getting. Btw Nike aren't our suppliers, they left us in the hands of Prosport UK, who seem rubbish compared to other kit companies like Kit King who have much more variety. If they can't keep up with demand, then Prosport/Bradford should ask the real Nike company to find another supplier who can. Danstarr69
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7:15pm Tue 29 Jan 13

shoesmaker4 says...

hi agree but i think the darker the kit we wear the harder it will be for the players to pick each other out i would go with white shorts and socks myself just my opinion we all will no dowt be diferent on this come on city
hi agree but i think the darker the kit we wear the harder it will be for the players to pick each other out i would go with white shorts and socks myself just my opinion we all will no dowt be diferent on this come on city shoesmaker4
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7:19pm Tue 29 Jan 13

shoesmaker4 says...

it will def be harder for the players to pick each other out the darker the kit i think to dark could be a big mistake to be honest
it will def be harder for the players to pick each other out the darker the kit i think to dark could be a big mistake to be honest shoesmaker4
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8:49pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Whoisevans? says...

Oh when the hoops go marching in, Oh when the hoops go marching in, I want to be in that number when the hoops go marching in.Love this kit can't see a problem with picking players out we have not had any problems so far.
Oh when the hoops go marching in, Oh when the hoops go marching in, I want to be in that number when the hoops go marching in.Love this kit can't see a problem with picking players out we have not had any problems so far. Whoisevans?
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9:08pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Waynus1971 says...

shoesmaker4 wrote:
hi agree but i think the darker the kit we wear the harder it will be for the players to pick each other out i would go with white shorts and socks myself just my opinion we all will no dowt be diferent on this come on city
It will be harder to pick out our players if we wear white shorts and socks, with that being the same as Swansea's home kit...!

Would you rather we came to an agreement that we both wear our home shirt or risk losing the toss of a coin and having to wear something completely different? I'd rather black shorts and socks than having to wear the cherry voltage or even all claret kit
[quote][p][bold]shoesmaker4[/bold] wrote: hi agree but i think the darker the kit we wear the harder it will be for the players to pick each other out i would go with white shorts and socks myself just my opinion we all will no dowt be diferent on this come on city[/p][/quote]It will be harder to pick out our players if we wear white shorts and socks, with that being the same as Swansea's home kit...! Would you rather we came to an agreement that we both wear our home shirt or risk losing the toss of a coin and having to wear something completely different? I'd rather black shorts and socks than having to wear the cherry voltage or even all claret kit Waynus1971
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10:20pm Tue 29 Jan 13

shoesmaker4 says...

yes agree not the voltage kit i no swansea play in there white shorts but if that wasent the case id have sead the white shorts and socks every time to be honest not to worry come on city
yes agree not the voltage kit i no swansea play in there white shorts but if that wasent the case id have sead the white shorts and socks every time to be honest not to worry come on city shoesmaker4
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10:25pm Tue 29 Jan 13

zakenterprises says...

Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00
Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00 zakenterprises
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3:30am Wed 30 Jan 13

tyker2 says...

zakenterprises wrote:
Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00
either get he ticket details from the seller and/or report it to e bay on the grounds that at the time of listing their were no tickets available and these must be counterfeit. It is illegal to tout tickets
[quote][p][bold]zakenterprises[/bold] wrote: Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00[/p][/quote]either get he ticket details from the seller and/or report it to e bay on the grounds that at the time of listing their were no tickets available and these must be counterfeit. It is illegal to tout tickets tyker2
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3:30am Wed 30 Jan 13

tyker2 says...

zakenterprises wrote:
Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00
either get he ticket details from the seller and/or report it to e bay on the grounds that at the time of listing their were no tickets available and these must be counterfeit. It is illegal to tout tickets
[quote][p][bold]zakenterprises[/bold] wrote: Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00[/p][/quote]either get he ticket details from the seller and/or report it to e bay on the grounds that at the time of listing their were no tickets available and these must be counterfeit. It is illegal to tout tickets tyker2
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8:13am Wed 30 Jan 13

Waynus1971 says...

tyker2 wrote:
zakenterprises wrote:
Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00
either get he ticket details from the seller and/or report it to e bay on the grounds that at the time of listing their were no tickets available and these must be counterfeit. It is illegal to tout tickets
They could be Wembley Members' tickets. These are available and it is up to the member what they do with them.

This is the problem you get when allowing members of Wembley access to their usual seat for cup games. If it isn't top, well known sides, their tickets get put on sites like this and other specialist ticket sites.
[quote][p][bold]tyker2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zakenterprises[/bold] wrote: Just to let you know. Tickets for the final are already being sold on Ebay currently 2 selling at over £325.00[/p][/quote]either get he ticket details from the seller and/or report it to e bay on the grounds that at the time of listing their were no tickets available and these must be counterfeit. It is illegal to tout tickets[/p][/quote]They could be Wembley Members' tickets. These are available and it is up to the member what they do with them. This is the problem you get when allowing members of Wembley access to their usual seat for cup games. If it isn't top, well known sides, their tickets get put on sites like this and other specialist ticket sites. Waynus1971
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8:49am Wed 30 Jan 13

Scargutt2 says...

Can still get a load of hoops shirts in after the final as i'm sure many fans will want to wear the shirt anyway - and keep it as a memento.
Can still get a load of hoops shirts in after the final as i'm sure many fans will want to wear the shirt anyway - and keep it as a memento. Scargutt2
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9:31pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Shadrach Dingle says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.
It's got nothing to do with Nike. The problem lies with Prosport and the club, both of which are 'tinpot'. Our club shop is a joke. No changing room, no mirror and usually no stock, pathetic.

With regards to the Wembley kit I find Baldwin's comments disappointing. It sounds to me like he's given up on us wearing the full kit (white shorts and socks) already. Myself I don't give a flying one about a 'strong look' because the players are walking out in black shorts and socks with matching tops. I want the team wearing our full and proper home kit, the one that we've worn on our way to the final.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Nike can't produce anymore, or Nike don't want to produce anymore they aren't exactly a back street sowing shop.[/p][/quote]It's got nothing to do with Nike. The problem lies with Prosport and the club, both of which are 'tinpot'. Our club shop is a joke. No changing room, no mirror and usually no stock, pathetic. With regards to the Wembley kit I find Baldwin's comments disappointing. It sounds to me like he's given up on us wearing the full kit (white shorts and socks) already. Myself I don't give a flying one about a 'strong look' because the players are walking out in black shorts and socks with matching tops. I want the team wearing our full and proper home kit, the one that we've worn on our way to the final. Shadrach Dingle
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9:38pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Whoisevans? says...

Waynus1971 wrote:
shoesmaker4 wrote:
hi agree but i think the darker the kit we wear the harder it will be for the players to pick each other out i would go with white shorts and socks myself just my opinion we all will no dowt be diferent on this come on city
It will be harder to pick out our players if we wear white shorts and socks, with that being the same as Swansea's home kit...!

Would you rather we came to an agreement that we both wear our home shirt or risk losing the toss of a coin and having to wear something completely different? I'd rather black shorts and socks than having to wear the cherry voltage or even all claret kit
Didn't Baldwin say Black Shorts and sock?
[quote][p][bold]Waynus1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shoesmaker4[/bold] wrote: hi agree but i think the darker the kit we wear the harder it will be for the players to pick each other out i would go with white shorts and socks myself just my opinion we all will no dowt be diferent on this come on city[/p][/quote]It will be harder to pick out our players if we wear white shorts and socks, with that being the same as Swansea's home kit...! Would you rather we came to an agreement that we both wear our home shirt or risk losing the toss of a coin and having to wear something completely different? I'd rather black shorts and socks than having to wear the cherry voltage or even all claret kit[/p][/quote]Didn't Baldwin say Black Shorts and sock? Whoisevans?
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