I've made up my mind that these home sweaters we're wearing are the absolute worst I've ever seen on a Seawolves player. They are "laundry bags". Ever see a G.I. laundry bag? Here's why I use those two words
When I was 13 or 14 living in Lakewood, Colorado I once played for a city "all-star" (rolling my eyes) soccer team. I guess the local soccer association didn't have too much money. They gave us these awful reversible wide neck crew laundry bag things; you know ... white on the outside and green on the inside. And we were pretty awful that year.
I think proper credit would go to my friend and teammate Ivan Walsh for using the original laundry bag simile. We had some crap players to be honest. But the next season we got a proper kit and we were 100 percent better.
Time to ditch these sweaters.
They're a bad off-white ... like an old t-shirt that pretty rarely saw any bleach over it's life. That wouldn't be the only issue if the gold outlines all visually bleed into the already awful off-white making it all just blurry. The gold outline around the numbers on the back have the same problem.
The way the sweaters hang with the slight arc of the hem just looks sloppy; like a laundry bag. I'm sure some of you disagree with me about these sweaters. But you can't argue with our record wearing them this season.
*Note: The rest of my original post (all the extra insightful stuff of course) got deleted when I fat fingered my trackpad as I was doing the final edit just before leaving after the 9th goal.