Shirt Sponsors - Where Would You Draw The Line?

13 June 2013 09:59
Payday loan companies who sponsor football club's shirts are in the news

Bolton Wanderers have opted against using Quick Quid as their shirt sponsor after a backlash from fans while Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse has stated his opposition to a deal with Wonga as it compromises his religious beliefs.The excellent website Historical Kits has images of Forest kits through the ages.

http://www.historicalkits.co.uk/Nottingham_Forest/Nottingham_Forest.htmFrom 1980 onwards the Reds' shirts have been adorned by a number of different companies with Beer (Skol, Shipstones, Home Ales, Labatt's), Credit Cards (Capital One) and Gambling (Victor Chandler) all featuring.Are they any worse than a payday loan company? Would you be happy if Forest did a deal with such a company to have their names on the Reds' shirts?On a wider level what has been your favourite Forest kit over the years?Let us know your thoughts by contacting Forest Mad.http://www.nottinghamforest-mad.co.uk/contact_us/index.shtml

Source: Forest MAD

Source: FOOTYMAD


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