Aston Villa’s present kit provider, Castore, are set to give the club two solutions to fix the problem with their ‘wet-look’ shirts. This was reported via The Telegraph.
Aston Villa players have complained that their shirts are uncomfortably heavy when they sweat. This can be seen in any game.
WHOLE NEW BATCH OR ADJUSTMENTS TO CURRENT KIT: CASTORE TO OFFER TWO SOLUTIONS TO ASTON VILLA’S ‘WET-LOOK’ SHIRT ISSUE
Castore has identified the root of the issue and are looking to supply Villa with a new set of shirts for playing or making slight changes to the existing kits.
WITH COOLER TEMPERATURES AND VILLA’S STRONG PERFORMANCE, THE CLUB MAY AVOID GIVING PLAYERS ENTIRELY NEW SHIRTS
In the cooler weather and Villa’s impressive performance The club might refrain from giving players brand new uniforms, since they could be viewed as extremely spooky.
Some sources claim the issue could be due to an unbalanced relationship with the logo of the club’s primary sponsor. But, Footy Headlines believe it is the fabric of the body that’s in a state of deficiency, and even minor adjustments will not fix the problem.
This week Castore had a second time to do something incorrect. An inaccuracy of printing led to an error on the England’s Castore Cricket World Cup kit. The size of “England” lettering was different in the kit.
1 Complete new batch of kits
Two minor improvements to the existing template and logo of the sponsor In particular
Are you of the opinion that small changes made to the kit currently in use suffice? Are you convinced that Castore is going to fix the problem within the next few days? Tell us by leaving a comment below.
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