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the coming of gary 12:58 Tue Oct 8
Italy's new dark - green shirt
looks like one of the great kits already

apparently a Renaissance pattern going through it.

(someone else can hopefully do a link)
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FruityBoots. 6:36 Fri Oct 11
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
It is rather nice but it looks like something the ball boys/girls/trans wear at the Wimbledon Tennis finals

eusebiovic 3:45 Thu Oct 10
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Nice bit of design that but why did they employ the people who did the dirty Leeds badge rebrand?

gph 12:27 Wed Oct 9
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
More sexual fantasies about me.

You silly bastard. You've been doing this for decades. I'm now in my sixties.

As for telling me what I already know, which you would realise if you could read properly, it's not informative, it just shows how absolutely thick you are

Gentile 12:20 Wed Oct 9
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Gph

azzurro (feminine singular azzurra, masculine plural azzurri, feminine plural azzurre)

light blue, azure, sky blue (especially the light blue colour of the sky)
Hyponym: ciano (cyan)
Synonym: celeste (azure, sky blue)
(idiomatic, sports) in or of an Italian national team (athlete, player, etc.)

Stick to wanking in yogurt pots .

gph 11:56 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
I'd call that mid-blue. Certainly not light blue, and not a match for any examples of azzurro in non-footballing contexts.

But it IS the same for Inter Milan - nerazzurri

ironsofcanada 11:43 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
gph

This showed up my youtube feed as I watch Bayern II on there sometimes.

You be the judge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KljwEHiL0YM

Warning: contains legends like Cannavaro holding in their stomachs in kit that is too form-fitting.

gph 11:40 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
For example: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-blu-and-azzurro-in-Italian

(Features civil and intelligent Italians - you can't generalise from the moron Gentile)

gph 11:37 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Nearly every (probably every, though I can't swear to it) blue Italian shirt I've seen is still well short of being light enough to match the other examples of azzuro you get in non-footballing contexts.


Possibly earlier it was lighter, hence the nickname?

ironsofcanada 11:29 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
gph 11:24 Tue Oct 8

Their uniforms have been Savoy azure which is lighter than say Scotland's

gph 11:24 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Gentile: you can't read English or Italian. You probably need Jesus' help to do your shoelaces

Light blue is not the plural of dark blue.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/azzurro

ironsofcanada 10:50 Tue Oct 8
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goose 10:38 Tue Oct 8

Why?

goose 10:38 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Bore off

ironsofcanada 10:26 Tue Oct 8
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goose 10:22 Tue Oct 8

Sorry, mate.

You just have form for not getting over me, yourself and mine was the last post. You understand.

goose 10:22 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
It’s not aimed at you fucktard.
Get over your (boring) self.

ironsofcanada 10:10 Tue Oct 8
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goose 10:06 Tue Oct 8

I wish I knew your posts like you knew mine across the board, mate. Again I feel impolite.

But since you are here watching my posts, do you know what is "woke" about the kit?

I am very much against wokeness for wokeness's sake but don't see the connection.

goose 10:06 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Stick to Star Wars.

ironsofcanada 9:41 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Gentile 9:40 Tue Oct 8

woke?

How so?

Gentile 9:41 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Gph

It's plural you utter mongoloid

Gentile 9:40 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
What a load of WOKE shit.

My father will be turning in his Azzurri grave.

Hammer and Pickle 9:30 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Plural of the adjective noun form?

As in "The Blues"?

gph 8:58 Tue Oct 8
Re: Italy's new dark - green shirt
Never understood why they are called azzurri, when azzurro usually means light blue.

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