So here's a hot topic for you guys: as I was preparing for today's TTB (which is going to be daily again from now on) I saw this little tweet from Merritt Paulson:
Finalized 2013 kits today-tough as I like current so much. Pleased still. Hopefully no leaks; if so,at least decent image unlike past leaks
So we now know that we will get a refreshed primary and secondary kit in 2013, but more than that we know that it's different enough that owner Merritt Paulson put special emphasis on his love of the current ones in his tweet meaning that there's a reasonable assumption we could see some fairly big changes.
What do you think? Any specific changes you'd make to the current kits? It's going to be tough waiting an entire year to see 'em.
Enjoy the day's news:
Timbers deliver gifts to Portland kids
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Whitecaps hope speedy Lee Nguyen helps ignite scoring fortunes
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A valuable lesson from Major League Soccer
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Austrian to Join Klinsmann's U.S. Staff
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MacMahon on Whitecaps: A busy week
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Donovan agrees Everton loan switch
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Soccer By Ives: The latest on the 2012 Generation adidas class
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Rafa Marquez Glows Over MLS Growth, Addresses Goals With Red Bull
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Are the Sounders Cheap?
Adrian Hanauer is both the GM and a minority owner of a high revenue MLS team. How he spends that revenue is lower profile than some of his competition in the league.