Yes, Dark DOE, I was right the first time, football as in football the only real game that can be called football. The true international game.
Here\'s a story about how soft American football players are; Wigan Warriors (rugby league team from England) asked a big American footy team a match, given that neither team could wear padding. The American response? They were scared of getting hurt, and wouldn\'t play!
The kits may be used in footy manager game in the team profile screens.
@Robbert: I don\'t plan to use nations in my game, and if I do need them I\'d probably do them to my own sizes and that. But I might be interested, could you post a few here?
@Dark: Yes the tops are sort of plain compared to your commericialistic, franchise-ran American shirts. We prefer to were mainly blue red and white, with the odd claret or yellow thrown in.
I will make shirt lists of all the clubs in England soon, and post them on TDC in a bit.
Well here in Canada we still call it soccer as well, and it'd be confusing to call it football, as the two type of it are very different...soccer however is more suited to being called football though, and they shoulda used a different name for american football...oh well, sometimes originality is short lol.
And about the plainness of the shirts, I meant like, they look kinda cartoony, and it doesn't look like there is any or much shading to them.
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Who was it that said,
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Well that f**ker lied to us
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Well, there are only 32x32 squares, I can't help but think the Newcastle shirt looks more like the Juventus shirt. The Newcastle sponsor is still Northern Rock right?
(second bottom row second in from the right)
anyway they are good likenesses.
(oh wait ive just checked and the sponsor is like that)