2 FiddySicks 0 ElwoodCuse Sports Logos mlb replica swingman jerseys from Majestic MLB replicas were always the worst. Share this post Share on other sites Share on other sites Members All Activity Followers 0 ANGELCAT-IDA61 25 ElwoodCuse mlb replica swingman jerseys from Majestic Members Link to post 1,555 2,557 posts Share this post Posted March 20, 2012 187 EddieJ1984 Link to post Sports Logo News 323 posts By ANGELCAT-IDA61, March 20, 2012 in Sports Logo News 10,716 2 10,716 FiddySicks The new replicas are terrible, but the Giants jerseys look especially bad due to the way they do the gold drop shadow. It looks like absolute trash and there is absolutely no point to have the players name on a jersey that doesn’t include one on the authentics (Red Sox, Giants, Yankees). I purchased one of the gold World Series Champion jerseys last season (Mainly because I didn’t want to drop $300 on another jersey) and am deathly afraid of washing it because I’ve seen several people wear jerseys that were completely destroyed after one wash. For as crappy of quality that counterfeits are, they’re still head and shoulders over any of these screen printed twill pieces of crap. The Reebok NFL EQT jerseys are just as bad. I have a Caddy Williams Bucs jersey I washed once on the delicate setting in cold water and the numbers completely melted. Link to post Recommended Posts 0 Members 0 Sports Logo News Location:Sacramento, California This topic is now closed to further replies. Share on other sites 2 Posted March 24, 2012 Share this post EddieJ1984 1,555 Members Share on other sites Windstorm Link to post Posted March 25, 2012 mlb replica swingman jerseys from Majestic Posted March 24, 2012 Favourite Logos:Sacramento Republic FC 10,716 MLB replica jerseys aren’t perfect, but as someone who’s used to paying a lot more for hockey jerseys, I’m perfectly fine with the quality for the price. Followers 0 Share this post 25 Share on other sites 0 187 277 posts One one hand, Yea I do wish the front was the same, but I do like having the name andnumber in the actual font of the team and having outlines for teams that have it. Windstorm Members 1,555 4,760 posts Sign in to follow this ANGELCAT-IDA61 SportsLogos.Net Location:BC, Canada 0 The artist formally known as Bucfan56 Go To Topic Listing All Activity Share this post 31,371 posts Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue Jays, BC Lions, Minnesota Wild, Vancouver Canadians, Chilliwack Chiefs Since Majestic went with the mlb replica swingman jerseys in 2009, it seemed to be a change for the worse IMO. I bought an Angels home jersey for $80 and there is too much white around the wordmark. I recently purchased a Giants replica road alternate jersey for the same price and there is an extra layer of gray around the SF, which looks like it was glued on. The wordmark on all replica jerseys Majestic manufacured between 1999-2008 looked exactly like the authentics,with the exception of the St Louis Cardinals home and road jerseys and Chicago Cubs home, with the unnecessary white cresting around it. The only other difference is no sleeve patches on the replica jerseys, but that’s okay. Lack of sleeve patches is no big deal to me. I wish Majestic would bring back the pre swingman jerseys again. Sports Logos 187 Forums Home Link to post SportsLogos.Net Forums Home 25 Posted March 21, 2012 Sign in to follow this
Athletics South Africa (ASA) president Aleck Skhosana will be allowed to run for a position on the Sascoc board and a possible presidency.That was confirmed in an ASA statement released on Monday.Skhosana’s nomination was controversially thrown out by Sascoc ahead of what was supposed to be a March 28 election, but with that process postponed because of the coronavirus crisis, Skhosana took the matter to arbitration.According to the statement, he has come out on the right side of the ruling and will now be able to stand when the voting does go ahead.“In a ruling released today, the arbitrator Nazeer Cassim SC released his findings in which he ruled that Skhosana’s nomination was valid and he is eligible to contest for a position as a Board member of SASCOC for the next Olympic four-year cycle,” the ASA statement read.“Cassim based his ruling in particular on clause 12.2 read together with clause 12.12 of SASCOC’s Constitution.“Farrell Moses, Cecilia Molokwane and Jerry Segwaba, who had also challenged the decision of SASCOC’s Independent Nominations Committee which had ruled their nominations as ineligible, were also ruled as qualifying and eligible to stand same for the election.“The Independent Nominations Committee was made of Xoliswa Sibeko, Advocate Jason Mitchel and Samkelo Radebe.“For ASA, this is the second successful arbitration award against SASCOC after Skhosana had been unceremoniously expelled from the Board in 2017 and had to be re-instated after SASCOC was challenged for a hasty and unconstitutional decision in removing him.“With the disputes relating to eligibility to contest elections to the SASCOC board now having been resolved, ASA looks forward to more stability at SASCOC. ASA trusts that Skhosana, who is currently the Acting President at SASCOC, will be allowed to demonstrate his leadership capabilities, as he has done with ASA and bring much needed unity to that organisation, especially in the face of certain members calling for a SGM to remove the current board, so that harmonious elections can be held at the earliest convenient time.“ASA calls on all federations to support the current SASCOC board pending the elections as this ruling will now allow the SASCOC Council to decide who should lead it by popular vote.“ASA challenged the Nominations Committee decision and subsequent related pronouncement in order to correct an obvious oversight on its part in not properly vetting Mr Skhosana and reminds SASCOC about corporate governance principles which should trigger the Olympic body to refocus on its core functions.“We believe the Board must now be permitted to focus its attention to the daily business of SASCOC which is to support athletes in the Operational Excellence Programme.”– Sport24For more news your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.