I'm really curious if the crossover at the neck, which is supposed to mimic the MLS logo (and is a clever idea IMO), it going to be a MLS-wide thing. Guess we'll see with NYCFC's
People have trouble pronouncing Etihad?Orlando has nice home kits. Health network is fine. At least it's easier to pronounce and more local business to the team than Etihad, even if they are trying to build an American presence. But it's the parent company sponsor.
People have trouble pronouncing Etihad?
How the heck do you pronounce Ethiad?
I think ill just call it 'human rights abuse airlines"Well, I'd start by spelling it correctly. After that it's pretty much self explanatory.
Isn't that kinda apples to oranges? Doesn't CFG owners also own Etihad? But I'm sure Etihad is pumping something substantial into NYCFC and MLS as a league.Which sponsor (Orlando Health vs Etihad) do you think is paying the most $ to get on the front of the jersey? I'll give you a hint: it's not the Florida based company.
Isn't that kinda apples to oranges? Doesn't CFG owners also own Etihad? But I'm sure Etihad is pumping something substantial into NYCFC and MLS as a league.
My understanding is that CFG has a very large and diverse group of investors (including some Anglos) led by Sheikh Mansour and that there is some overlap in ownership of Etihad. I think Etihad is mostly, if not entirely, UAE owners.
Etihad is a state-owned company.
Yes but most non-western airlines aren't also owned by the same family that owns your soccer club.As are most non-western airlines.