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Diadora signed a five-years sponsorship agreement with Osasuna and presented the home jersey that Osasuna is going to wear in the 2008/09 season and which colours are those dear to the team, respecting their tradition, red and blue. The away and third jerseys together with the merchandising equipment will be presented in July.

The new Diadora kit especially developed for the Spanish team mirrors Diadora’s idea of innovation and style as a winning recipe for success and is the result of the Gamma project: designed like two gammas meeting and complementing each-other, this is the very first project that embraces both uniforms and accessories, from ball to shin-guards, from boots to keeper’s gloves, a total look that speaks of study and development.

Diadora is especially proud to start this enriching relationship with Osasuna, a team that embodies the essential values Diadora want to communicate when it comes to sports: team spirit, resilience, passion and talent.

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Comments (19)

  1. fsc

omg its the watford away shirt with a different badge and sponsor

 
  1. fsc

Looks like a liverpool shirt lol

 
  1. fsc

[quote=Anonymous]Looks like a liverpool shirt lol[/quote]<br />I thought exactly the same thing... I like it tough.

 
  1. Francesco

This new Diadora template deserves 4/5

 
  1. fsc

Yep, Watford Away,<br /><br />And this is an example of how kit manufacturers have little imagination.<br />While umbro at least made an attempt to make the Sunderland and Southampton shirts different

 
  1. fsc

I\'ve always liked Osasuna\'s kits. They are very classy with the dark blue shorts and red tops, and the silver numbering on the back makes it a complete package. I like it.

 
  1. fsc

this shirt is better than the 07/08s one

 
  1. fsc

Is it just me or does that sponsors name look like the shadow of a sexed up octopus?

 
  1. fsc

I think it s very good, elegant, simple and i like the sponsor... well done! :-)

 
  1. fsc

I really like it... i think diadora di a really good job... it s a simple design but it is elegant and everything match well... well done!

 
  1. fsc

I love the collar and the gold trim...i have to agree osasuna generally have a very classy look because of their colours deep red and dark blue. add silver or gold to that and you have a tot notch kit!

 
  1. fsc

diadora are so bad! i wish scotland were sponsored by someone else

 
  1. fsc

How is Diadora bad? Scotland\'s jerseys are one of the highest selling from any out there. Almost impossible to find.<br /><br />Anyway, I like these jerseys. At first glance I didn\'t like them and I also did not like the idea of abandoning local kit manufacturer Astore. However, looking at the attention to detail for most portions of the jersey, I really like it and will definitely be getting it.<br /><br />One of my two favorite clubs anyway.

 
  1. fsc

diadora just aren\'t the same quality as nike, adidas or umbro. That looks like a cheap Liverpool shirt and Scotland could do so much better.

 
  1. fsc

Diadora not same quality as nike? Yeh, you are right.. Diadora is far above them. I have tons of Diadora stuff and wouldn\'t change it for nothing. Futsal shoes are just superior to whatever Nike, Adidas or some other wannabe big company produces

 
  1. Guest

:lol: :dead: :no: :no: :no: :no: :no:

 
  1. Baz

Rugby League?

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

No thanks. this just looks so wrong, and the placement of the number is really bad, you cannot make it out that well. Plus AA and curswine have designed kits that blow all other england kits out of the water

 
  1. fsc

Can someone help me and tell me where i can buy this jersey from with spanish printing??<br />Im in london!<br /><br />Thanks<br /><br />Naz

 
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