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With just one week to go until the start of the 20th MLS season, several high-profile kits have been leaked on social media for expectant fans to pour over, analyze and dissect.
World Soccer Talk gives you the run-down, and our take on each one of these jerseys which will be worn by the likes of Kaka, David Villa and (maybe) Frank Lampard.
Unfortunately (or fortunately in the case of MLS teams), not all of the jerseys have been leaked by the teams, so we’ll have to keep on guessing until MLS jersey week happens next week.
The Colorado Rapids have kept a tight lid on what their home and away jerseys will look like for 2015. While simplicity usually works well on soccer jerseys, this one is simple to the point of blandness. The sponsorship design from BMO is awful – the font doesn’t go at all with the overall tone of the jersey design and the garish red blotch of a logo sticks out like a sore thumb. Finally, the light gray hoops on the torso are supposed to break up the monotony, but unfortunately they’re too subtle to catch the eye. The design is also based on the iconic subway token, and was chosen in a poll by more than 100,000 fans.
A badge commemorating New York City’s inaugural MLS season can be found on the bottom-left of the torso, while the new MLS logo on the sleeve is in the club’s own sky blue-and-navy combo.
It’s an attractive jersey, and the minimalistic look is perfect for their first home design. The away jersey is black with sky blue (adidas stripes, Etihad logo) and orange (collar triangle) accents. The best part of this jersey is the back-neck graphic – an intertwined NYC in New York orange which, on top of the black jersey, evokes the old baseball Giants logo.
Finally, we have the five subtle diagonal stripes across the jersey, representing the city’s five boroughs. This again, is a great jersey and could prove commercially successful as it represents the club’s individuality.
Past New York Red Bulls jerseys have been predominately white with red detail, but the secondary color plays a much bigger role on this 2015 jersey, made by adidas.
The sponsorship, obviously, is supplied by Red Bull, giving the jersey possibly its most recognizable feature. With NYCFC’s entry into the market, the Red Bulls wanted people to know they’re still the big dog in town (even though they play in New Jersey), so they’ve stuck ‘New York’ in large lettering near the bottom of the jersey.
Like NYCFC’s jersey, it’s an attractive offering, yet more radical and new-age than their city rivals.
And while this jersey will surely be a fan-favorite, it’s doubtful they’ll be able to shift the same kind of numbers without the Frenchman, especially outside the city and country. New MLS team Orlando City will wear an adidas jersey of the same template as a number of European giants, including Valencia CF and Olympique Lyonnais.
This is a gorgeous jersey. All the parts work together, with the brilliant white Orlando Health logo fitting in seamlessly with the adidas markings and the horizontal stripes across the torso.
Not to mention the predominant deep purple color of Orlando City is fantastic, meaning Brazilian superstar Kaka and company will run out on opening day looking immaculate. Even though the 21st MLS franchise sport gold as their secondary color on their badge, it was definitely a good choice to go with white for the detailing.
Made by adidas, Philadelphia Union’s away jersey is white with navy and gold accents, which unfortunately combine for a nausea-inducing design. This jersey features the same template as New York City’s away kit, but in dark green with lime accents. The adidas markings come in green, as does the inside of the collar, which reads ‘Let it rain, let it pour, let the Portland Timbers score’, a nice nod to the club’s passionate supporters.
Seattle’s 2015 home jersey features the traditional rave green with emerald blue, while adidas and Xbox return as jersey manufacturers and sponsors, respectively.
But while there’s a lot of continuity with this jersey, there’s also a lot to get excited about. Also, as previously alluded, the emerald blue in the detail is slightly darker than in previous incarnations. The jersey design template is a rather modern, simple design, which suits the club and its down-to-earth, passionate fan base really well. Overall it’s a very attractive jersey, but that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise – Seattle always manage to pull off great designs. While this one is a photograph of the ladies shirt, this appears to be Seattle Sounders’ official away shirt for 2015.
It couples a minimalist, elegant design with a unique navy blue diamond graphic up near the top of the jersey, which evokes the snow-capped mountains of the region.
The jersey, which is predominately white, is rounded off with navy blue commercial markings (Adidas, Bell Canada) and a simple crew neck. This is a strong showing from the Whitecaps, who haven’t had the best form in the past when it comes to their uniforms, but it is the pick of the bunch, as far as we’re concerned. Ben Weich, a Tottenham Hotspur fan based in Manchester, UK, is an aspiring sports journalist and recent Economics graduate. Wish NYCFC would use the template of the Sounders shirt with a white and navy strips for a third jersey. Am I the only person who hates the fact that Adidas gets to design jerseys for all the teams?!
I mean they all look ALMOST similar, no sort of creativity, I mean common, the likes of Nike, Puma, Under Armour etc can also make awesome jerseys…. In this edition of The Talking Game, former Liverpool FCA striker Ian Rush talks with us about Bob Paisley, his semblance with Robin van Persie and what he expects from this present Liverpool squad. Ian Rush: I think that I supported Everton at the time, and there was a player playing for them, his name was Bob Latchford. Q: Can you tell us something about the relation that you had with Cliff Sear and how big an influence he was in your development as a footballer? Q: Can you provide us with a snippet of the most memorable conversation you had with Bob Paisley?
Q: Everton stood by Liverpool during those tragic events, and both the clubs faced each other in the final of the 1989 FA Cup.
A Q: If you were to pick one footballer from the present generation who reminds you of yourself when you were younger, who would it be?


Q: Personally, what’s the most memorable goal you have scored in your career and why? Liverpool FC has recently become the first top-flight club to launch a full-time coaching programme in partnership with another football team in India by launching the LFC International Football Academy DSK in Pune. Brendan Rodgers continued the fine-tuning of his Liverpool squad for a return to Champions League football by swooping to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana shortly after the talented playmaker had returned from the World Cup in Brazil. The Reds succeeded in a highly competitive race to secure the signature of the sought-after attacking midfielder in July 2014, bringing in a player who has progressed from the lower reaches of the football ladder to become a senior England international.
Blessed with an innate ability to create and capitalise on chances, this is a footballer who is not merely comfortable but confident in using both feet, while the versatility that allows him to play in any and all possible midfield positions was likely of considerable appeal to the man who will now manage him.
Born in St Albans 26 years ago, Lallana moved to Bournemouth as a five-year-old child and took his fledgling steps towards a professional career in the game when he learned the tools of his impressive personal trade at the local club's Centre of Excellence. Naturally, only a short amount of time had passed before nearby scouts were alerted to the young talent, and a switch to the much-vaunted Southampton academy - where the likes of Gareth Bale, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott were nurtured - was organised in 2000.
Adam was 18 years of age when he made a maiden appearance for the Saints' first team six years later, featuring in a League Cup tie against Yeovil Town in August 2006, which was followed by his league debut within a matter of days.
The playmaker has been a mainstay at Southampton ever since the commencement of the 2008-09 season, in which he clocked up a total of 40 appearances and contributed one goal in the Championship as his team unfortunately suffered relegation. It was perhaps the last major disappointment of the new signing's career to date, however, as the Englishman dedicated himself to the cause of hauling the Saints back into the big time, beginning with 20 goals in all competitions across the next season in narrowly missing out on the play-offs but lifting the Football League Trophy.
And Lallana was a central component of back-to-back promotions during the two years that followed, driving from League One to the Premier League; his personal performances earned him not only a growing reputation but also inclusion in the respective PFA Team of the Year at the end of each campaign.
His displays were further rewarded by the captaincy of his club as they prepared for life in the top flight and the responsibility of the armband was one that Adam relished, thriving in an attractive Southampton team that retained their Premier League status with ease in 2012-13. England recognition seemed the logical next chapter - he would eventually turn out for the Three Lions against Chile in November 2013 - and Reds fans who had not previously been alerted to his attributes were made aware when Rodgers' side were turned over 3-1 and 1-0 by the Saints in March and September of the same year respectively. Midway through May 2014, Roy Hodgson named the now 26-year-old in his England squad for the World Cup in Brazil, where he appeared in all three group matches and started one as the side were disappointingly eliminated before the knockout rounds. Within days of his returning home, the Reds moved quickly to agree a deal with Southampton for the playmaker, who gleefully followed Saints teammate Rickie Lambert by completing a medical and sealing a transfer to Anfield ahead of pre-season. Lallana also has his first FA Cup goal for the Reds - scoring the winner as the club got past Crystal Palace in the fifth round of the competition. Cristiano Ronaldo acknowledged that his competition with Lionel Messi helps to motivate him, and said he believes the same is true for his Barcelona rival as well. Messi and Ronaldo not only compete with their teams for Spanish and European trophies, but also individually for the world's top honours and scoring records.
The duo have won each of the past seven Ballon d'Or awards, with Ronaldo earning his third last week.
This season they also went back and forth as they moved up the Champions League all-time goals chart, with Messi eventually surpassing Raul's record of 71 a month before Ronaldo did as well.
And Ronaldo said in an interview with France Football to be published this week that their rivalry helps drive each superstar to succeed. The 29-year-old also admitted he has not been happy with the result of his famous free kicks in recent months. Ronaldo said he strives for "perfection" in all aspects to keep progressing and developing as a footballer, including managing his diet and recovery regimes. CommentsUse a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
Following the launch of the new Kit for the 2014 and 2015 season we are going to give a review on the kit and give our opinion on how it looks. First the home kit the design of the new Puma home kit is simple and clean far different to previous home kits from Nike. For the first time the away kit contains both yellow and blue it’s also slick and clean design, with yellow centre and blue sleeves, blue shirt looks great and with added yellow line keeps the design, the socks also contains yellow and blue stripes.
This year’s addition to third kit features diagonal dark blue and light blue with highlights of yellow, the short is fairly similar to away kit, but seem to be more darker with yellow linings, the socks contains dark blue and light blue stripes.
Liverpool have unveiled a new mascot - a life-size Liver Bird called 'Mighty Red' - in a bid to appeal to younger fans.
The introduction of Mighty Red is not the first time a mascot has been poorly received on Merseyside. In the 1990s Everton tried to introduce the ill-fated 'Mr Toffee' (or Dixie as he was known).
Evertonians were not enthralled with Dixie and he was abandoned after one season and not seen again at Goodison.
The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Two young players tussle for the ball on a blustery January afternoon in South Yorkshire, as Barnsley entertain Leeds United at Oakwell.
It was hardly a game or result to go down in history, although the Tykes did dent Uniteda€™s promotion run with a surprise 2-0 win. That was 2013 and even with the typically abundant self-belief of professional athletes, the two opponents could not have imagined that 18 months later they would be both England and Everton FC team-mates. John Stones still shakes his head with a dash of disbelief when he recalls how far both he and Ross Barkley have come since then. Earlier this summer Barkley tweeted the photograph to his followers, and as he sat down with the ECHO in his home-town Stones, 20, explained how he hopes it can become an iconic image. Close friends for certain, and also the bedrock of Roberto Martineza€™s dreams of a golden generation for the Toffees along with other prospects such as Ryan Ledson and George Green. Before last season Stones, who signed for the Blues shortly after the photograph was taken, had not made a senior appearance. Under the guidance of the Catalan last term he made 26, and rapidly rose to prominence as one of the best young central defenders in Europe.
Stones has positively flourished under Martineza€™s tutelage, and he believes the pair were fated to work together in the end.
Everton had to steal the defender away from Martinez back on January transfer deadline day 2013 when he was ready to join Martineza€™s Wigan, before then Blues scout Tony Henry persuaded David Moyes to make his move. After such a successful first season down-to-earth Stones is taking nothing for granted, but equally he is not fretting about the spectre of that dreaded a€?second-season syndromea€™.
Kicking on next term will entail the cluba€™s first participation in European competition in four years, something Stones is palpably thrilled about.


For someone used to taking giant strides rather than baby steps it is the natural next box to tick. Martinez will look to use the breadth of his squad to ensure the Blues prosper on all fronts from August onwards, and if that means rotation, of sorts, Stones is unsurprisingly up for the challenge of playing his part.
However, the above image gives a clue that the away jersey is likely to be yellow in color with a blue trim. Like sister club Melbourne City, the New York side clearly want to resemble their parent club as much as possible, while showing their individuality more with the away jersey.
You sense that the home jerseys could be too close to Manchester City’s, so fans wishing to celebrate their own club’s identity might opt for this one instead. With the departure of poster-boy Thierry Henry, the club will have to forge a clear identity for the future, which is possibly the reason for the funky new template. Gold would have been too garish, so Orlando fans should buy their jerseys now, for fear that future incarnations aren’t as attractive.
Alaska Airlines supply the sponsorship, amidst a chevron motif which evokes Oregon’s mountainous region.
For the first time, a Sounders jersey will feature white pinstripes across the torso, which is one of those love-or-hate features among most fans. Boasting the highest average attendance in the league, CenturyLink Field will be packed to the rafters with fans wearing this jersey come opening game.
He’s written for a number of blogs and local newspapers, and will begin an NCTJ diploma in sports journalism in September 2014.
The Welshman holds the club record for most number of goals in a Liverpool shirt, most of number of goals in the FA Cup, most number of goals in the League Cup and most number goals in a single season.
I think because I played for Chester first, and Everton came and watched me, and the manager there didn’t think I was good enough. I played seven [matches] and basically I hadn’t scored but we won most of the games, and the following season Bob Paisley dropped me from the team. During your career you experienced two terrible tragedies, the Heysel disaster followed by the Hillsborough disaster. Was there any significant difference in the managerial style of Bob Paisley and Kenny Dalglish? Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms.
The picture below show all three kits the home, away and alternative (or third kit), we will look at all three kits and review each kits. The new home kit contains the traditional colours and theme, with red in the middle and the back and white sleeves, but with Puma touches like the Puma logo on the bottom of the sleeves and the double red lines.
Compared to last year in our opinion the away kit does look far better it has more character and looks more away like, we can’t wait to see this in the game. In our view the third kit looks great, possibly the best third kit and definitely can wait to see how it looks in the game.
Ita€™s been no surprise to me that theya€™ve enjoyed his World Cup analysis over in America because I don't think youa€™ll meet anyone with a bigger passion for the game. The prolific striker enjoyed two successful stint at the club, spreading over 15 years, and has won everything there is to win in English football, including two European cup. He was good at looking after the kids of that age and just made me feel really comfortable.
And when I went in to see him, he told me I have to be more greedy to score goals, and I have to be more selfish. How psychologically difficult was it for you and the players to recover from those incidents? At the end of the day, we just played the game really not knowing, just like a cup final, like a normal game. Do you think they can sustain their title challenge, and what are your expectations from this squad? Whether I score a goal from one yard out or from 30 yards out, I still got the same feeling.
The short contain short red line at the sides with the sock staying fairly similar only with Puma logo added. Ia€™m sure we will because the players in the dressing room are so eager to improve themselves and take the club forward. The Premier League is hard each week and Europe is too a€“ there are some big teams in it this season.
We caught up with the former Welsh international regarding his time at Merseyside, Bob Paisley, two tragedies and a special FA cup match.
Kenny being as a player as well, it was difficult for him to move from player into manager, but he’d done it really well.
In that 1989 final, it was red and blue all around the ground so no one knew where the Everton supporters where, no one knew where the Liverpool supporters were. And then I went out to play for myself, and I played for the reserve team and I scored 3 goals. I found it hard to adjust for the first three months because at Liverpool they always like to attack, but at Juventus it was a different sort of game. Bob Paisley, though, he said things in about 10 seconds, where Kenny would probably talk a bit more. And after that, Liverpool had about 3 injuries so Bob Paisley just threw me into the first team and I scored two goals against Leeds United. So I think it was really for Merseyside itself it was an incredible feat, where folks joined together, next to each other, one in the blue shirt and one in the red shirt. And I was playing for myself, to leave Liverpool, but then 6 months down the line I managed to stay on and start scoring goals. We still have memories now, and you have to move on, but you still have memories of how hard it is. But at the end of the day Bob Paisley never really put me on the transfer list, he’d just done it to try and make me angry.



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