Tottenham and Nike

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dlya pobedy
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#82
Who ever give us the most cash surely.

I grew out of wearing football shirts when I was about 15. So no quarms here.
 

fortworthspur

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#83
I think gambling is about as exploitative as it gets and we've had an on-line gambling site emblazoned on our kits. That bothered me a lot more than a deal with Nike TBH.
 

tobi

Devin Booker is the future.
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#84
I highly doubt that Nike would never get involved in stadium rights, I don't see how they'd make much money from it compared to their current portfolio.
 

Wheeler Dealer

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#85
Harry Hotspur reckons Nike want to buy the club. Sponsor the shirt and stadium. The whole shebang. $1.6bn
I doubt it.. They would have problems providing kits to other English clubs if they owned a direct competitor club and some of the profit made on selling their kits then gets reinvested into Tottenham to make them stronger.. It's a bit like Sainsburys buying Walkers Crisps and trying to sell this into Tesco and Asda, which wouldn't happen
 

DiamondLites

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#89
Tough to know who exactly are the ones leaking the kits.

So you want to leave UA because they arent promoting us as they do Steph Curry, arguably the best NBA player in the world? Or Jordan Spieth, arguably the best golfer in the world? Lol. They dont promote Notre Dame either, despite being UA's #1 college. Or Maryland, despite being to UA what Oregon is to Nike. Also, Nike doesnt exactly promote teams either.
Well no, if you actually read my post I'm clearly very much In favour of staying with UA.

But I am saying its a bit odd they make no mention of our relative success this season, despite us being their supposed flagship 'soccer' association and it makes you wonder if there has been a fly in the ointment with regards our relationship with them. The first season or 2 they were always posting stuff about us with their 'I Will' slogan, and there was that billboard in Times Square. This season when we are making some waves, they have been conspicuously quiet about ours and their partnership
 
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#96
Not sure if this has been mentioned - don't Nike have a blanket deal on kits in the NFL? Massive potential for a stadium sponsor here.
Yes Nike has a massive deal with the NFL and it generates them a massive amount of money. One team worth of the deal would be bigger business to them than us simply for perspective.
 

Dougal

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#97
Think it could be a great move, teaming up with their star names, Lance Armstrong... Tiger Woods... Oscar Pistorius...

Maria Sharapova?

Think we better tell the lads to play in their underpants...
 
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