Discussion in 'Rugby League General' started by Howard Moon, Sep 19, 2019.
the floating head? yuk
Wont fix their pea heart
Especially after what they changed it from!! However I think the logo we have now is the best so far. So they did make amends!
Did anyone watch the video? With Buderus, Harrigan etc?
They were the only two who could talk on behalf of the knights.
They had Klemmer and Pearce talking as if they are the the heart and souls of the team lmao.
Hahahahaha absolute twats.. !!!
As much as I hate giving their website hits, it’s too funny
I see this new logo change(s) introduced by the nrl with certain guidelines are to intentionally have teams branded without their location in the name... I reckon this will creep into sydney franchises as the nrl would love to have say Cronulla Sharks just branded 'Sharks' makes relocation that little bit easier over time. It's a weird way of looking at it, but I believe that's what the fuckers at HQ would be thinking about
I just visited this thread for the mighty tigers logo ! Still pumped from last nights win. Yewwwww
Yeah lets fuck the logo up so Wests Group can say they did something
the best club emblems in the NRL are the more traditional emblems as to imagery, colours, proper shields etc. --> Dragons, Sea Eagles, Warriors, 'Dogs
the more American cartoonish logos (eg. Storm, Broncos, Tigers) suck... marketing and simplicity but no heart, no passion
the current 'Dogs logo is awesome and I hope they never change it... it has the traditional CB, the year the club was founded, the blue and white chevron, the old school black bars similar to the traditional black shorts in our traditional kits, and the bulldog, the whole dog and not just the blind head, front and centre... and on a proper shield
along with the Dragons and Warriors, the best three club emblems in the NRL
and considering how little heart the Newcastle club has shown in recent years, their club logo knight now looking away kind of makes sense
Thought it was more like this....thar redneck loser look....
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