Liberia sets October as target for start of new football season

first_imgBurundi set to resume football season Liberia’s football authorities are hoping to start the 2020/2021 domestic football season on October 24. COURTESY: CAFLiberia is targeting to have its domestic football season for 2020/2021 begin on October 24.The Liberia Football Association made the announcement following a meeting of stakeholders in which participants agreed on the date factoring several internal and external possibilities.LFA president Mustapha Raji said the registration period for teams is expected to open on August 3 till October 4 with more details to be announced later on.The LFA cancelled the 2019/2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic with no champions being declared or any teams being relegated from the Liberian First Division.At the time of the season’s cancellation, Mighty Barolle was leading the Liberian First Division with 23 points, one ahead of BEA Mountain and two ahead of third-placed MC Breweries.This was not the first time Liberia had halted its football activities due to a crisis. In 2014, it suspended all football activities in an effort to control the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.Related Decision to cancel Kenyan football season temporarily suspendedcenter_img Cameroon aborts football season amid COVID-19 pandemiclast_img read more

Galloway Glens Projects Taking Shape

first_imgMcNabb Laurie, the Galloway Glens Development Officer visited the Glenkens Children’s Club recently to celebrate the construction of their new activity board. Photo Credit: Sarah Ade. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInThe Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme is a Heritage Lottery Funded scheme taking place up and down the Ken and Dee river catchment, from Carsphairn in the North to Kirkcudbright in the South. £2.7million has been provisionally secured from HLF to be spent on projects across the area that ‘connect people to their cultural, built and natural heritage’.The Galloway Glens Scheme is now over half way through the development phase and the list of projects under consideration is starting to take shape.McNabb Laurie, the Scheme’s Development Officer, clarified: “We are planning our 5 years of project activity, expected to run from 2018-2023. Projects supported will either come as a result of studies commissioned by the Scheme, all currently underway and approaching completion, or from project ideas that have been submitted by people and groups up and down the valley.”These project ideas are starting to take shape and the Scheme has categorised these under a range of headings. The following represents only a flavour of the proposals being developed:Accessing the Galloway GlensWe have a range of individual access projects under development, including proposals on Forrest Estate to improve access up Corserine, footpath improvements around Castle Douglas, helping you get out to Threave estate and opening up routes around Kirkcudbright Bay. These projects will hopefully be added to by the results of the Access Audit currently underway.Wildlife & Habitats of the Galloway GlensThis includes support for the Glenkens Red Squirrel Group and RSPB, improvements at Threave Nature Reserve, Habitat improvements along the Black Water of Dee to support the fish in the river, community woodland projects in Kirkcudbright and Carsphairn. These projects will hopefully be supplemented by the results of the study looking to reintroduce Arctic Charr into Loch Grannoch, the Natural Flood Management opportunities study and the Loch ken Fishery Study, all currently underway.Education in the Galloway GlensThe Scheme will run a comprehensive education & training programme through the delivery stage, with content aimed at all ages and locations in the valley. Particular projects under development include demonstrations of Galloway drystone dyking techniques, highlighting the work done by local peatlands and how they can be supported and workshops teaching people about the local environment. The Board of the Galloway Glens are making the training up of local young people in employable skills a focus of the Scheme, aiming to support anyone who wants to be able to stay in the area as they grow up.Heritage HubsProjects under this heading include improvements to Parton Church to highlight James Clerk Maxwell’s achievements and legacy, Pop-up heritage centres in Crossmichael and Dalry and improvements to the Balmaclellan Smiddy and Kirkcudbright Tolbooth museum.McNabb added, “Feedback was clear: Don’t build anything new, but make better use of what we have already got. We are absolutely taking this on board and hopefully the ‘heritage hub’ projects can, without losing their individual identities, be worked together to create trails and will be even greater than the sum of their parts”.Visiting the Galloway GlensA large focus of the Scheme will be to support visitor facilities, in turn supporting the local economy. Projects under development include a cycling/driving tour of the valley, including an app, to highlight historical and contemporary features such as the archaeology of the area and the hydro scheme. Also the scheme is part of the discussions surrounding the Kirkcudbright Dark Sky Visitor Centre proposal, and looking to develop Loch Ken as a ‘destination’ with a range of attractions and activities.Understanding the Galloway GlensWe have already learned so much about the area and the Scheme is working on a number of proposals that could develop this further. This includes a community archaeology project, letting people try their hand at ‘dig’ skills and also gaining a better understanding of pre-ordnance survey maps of the area and place names in use up and down the valley. McNabb added, “Projects will be developed over the next six months, with other suggestions still in the pipeline. We will be combining this project work with the outputs of our Landscape Character Assessment which is currently underway. This is being led by Northlight Heritage and people may have seen the Sights & Sites branded events taking place. These will help us submit a really detailed proposal to HLF outlining what makes the local area special and how the projects we are proposing will support the local landscape. We hope to release the full project list shortly. ”This development phase has been primarily funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, which was provisionally secured by Dumfries and Galloway Council.Councillor Colin Smyth, Chair of Dumfries and Galloway Council’s Economy, Environment and Infrastructure Committee this week met with McNabb this week to review progress in the scheme .Councillor Smyth said, “It is great to see the project listing start to come together. This is the result of a massive amount of community consultation and engagement up and down the valley. I understand more than 130 people attended the first round of ‘Sights & Sites’ events, giving their own personal views on what they think makes the landscape special, many thanks to everyone who has got involved. The scheme is aiming to give a genuine boost to the area, benefitting visitors and locals alike”.“The work that has been done to date shows how worthwhile the vision from council staff was when they began this whole process and I am really looking forward to seeing the final funding secured and the projects being developed on the ground” .last_img read more

Dominica to host symposium to highlight creole culture

first_img Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share LocalNews Dominica to host symposium to highlight creole culture by: – September 9, 2013center_img (L-R): LIME Dominica’s Head of Marketing & Corporate Communications Kareem Guiste, cultural projects officer of the Cultural Division and coordinator of the Creole Symposium, Gregory Rabess and Tourism Minister Ian DouglasIn commemoration of the 30th anniversary of International Creole Day, Dominica through the Ministries of Tourism and Culture will host a Creole Symposium and Exposition from 22nd to 24th October, 2013.“There’s so much other aspects of our creoleness that we have not delved into as much as we should and so that is where the whole idea of the creole symposium came about,” Tourism Minister, Ian Douglas said at the media launch on Monday, 9th September.International Creole Day will be celebrated on Monday, 28th September with a special radio link-up between Dominican and other radio stations around the Caribbean.The Creole Symposium, which will be free of charge, will open daily from 9am at the Arawak House of Culture, while the Creole Exposition will take place from 12pm daily at the Botanic Gardens and will form part of the annual Creole In The Park organized by LIME Dominica.It is anticipated that the symposium and exhibition will bring together researchers, academics, educators, policymakers, cultural entrepreneurs, support institutions and others from the creole community of nations to share experiences and strengthen cooperation. Several individuals and institutions from Seychelles, Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique and St. Lucia have already confirmed their attendance and participation. Organizers anticipate that Trinidad, Grenada, the French Embassy to the OECS and Venezuela will also attend and participate.Mr Douglas noted that the symposium and exhibition will bring all of the players in the creole speaking world together in one place, “making Dominica literally the center of the creole world really to examine the origins of our creole culture and our heritage, where it came from, where we are today”. The symposium will focus on three main themes: Kwéyòl Language on Day One, Cultural Industries on Day Two and Regional Cooperation on Day Three. The exhibition will showcase creole cuisine, wear, history, heritage and culture.A number of mayors and officials of the local and regional government administrations in Guadeloupe and Martinique have confirmed attendance, as well as a delegation of 30 people which includes Mas Ka Kle, a drumming ensemble and a Kweyol Theatre Production.“The creole brand is very important and we have become very aware of that brand for our tourism product, for our cultural industries here in Dominica and for our cultural identity,” cultural projects officer of the Cultural Division and coordinator of the Creole Symposium, Gregory Rabess said.The objectives of the symposium and exposition are to promote and give exposure to the creole cultural industries including individual artistes, creators and entrepreneurs and to strengthen links and forge networks among countries that share in common creole heritage among others.LIME Dominica has partnered with the Ministries of Culture and Tourism to host the Creole Symposium and Exhibition as it focuses on one of their core pillars.“We’re excited to partner again through focusing again on one of our core pillars which is culture and obviously that spans into education, it gives the opportunity for our population to learn a lot more about the activities that are being presented,” head of Marketing & Corporate Communications Kareem Guiste said. Dominica Vibes News Share 26 Views   one commentlast_img read more

Sivers IMA Acquires CST Global for $16 Million USD

first_imgSivers IMA has reached an agreement to acquire all shares in CST Global for approx. $16 Million. With a specific expertise in Optical Communication, CST Global boasts of a wide presence in the telecommunications, fiber, industry, defense and health sectors market. The company’s operations generated revenues of approximately 40 MSEK ($4.7 Million) for the fiscal year 2016 with a negative EBIT of approximately 8 MSEK (0.9$ Million). CST Global will be run as a division within the Sivers IMA group and is expects to have a positive EBIT for the full year 2017. CST Global’s preliminary numbers show a growth in revenue in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year by approximately 47 percent.Known for its high-performance technical solutions and wafer fabrication of III-V-based optical products, CST Global offers products which are very important for passive optical network (PON), used for “Fiber-to-the-home” and “Fiber-to-the-office”. The market for broadband is showing strong growth and the technologies that are being developed to meet this demand are WiGig, 5G and fiber. In addition to interesting XPON / GPON products that are focused on broadband, CST Global last year developed products focused on data communication that deliver cutting edge solutions for the data center market and the Metro haul market and are based on 100 Gbps optical lasers. With the acquisition of CST Global, Sivers IMA will be able to deliver solutions within all these technologies at the same time.last_img read more

Cellular & GNSS Module Supplier Quectel IPOs on the Shanghai Stock Exchange

first_imgQuectel Wireless Solutions, a supplier of cellular and GNSS modules, has announced that the company has listed its initial public offering (IPO) of 22,300,000 shares of common stock at RMB 43.93 per share on the main board of Shanghai Stock Exchange. Proceeds of the IPO will be mainly used to expand the Company’s 5G, high-speed LTE and LPWA product portfolio, and build R&D and technical support centers, which will greatly enhance its competitiveness to secure continuous and stable growth.A group of four people including Patrick Qian, Quectel Chairman and CEO, Wang Hongwei, Deputy Governor of Shanghai’s Xuhui District, Doron Zhang, Quectel Board Member and SVP, and Norbert Muhrer, Quectel SVP of Global Sales jointly rang the opening bell at Shanghai Stock Exchange on Tuesday morning, marking a major milestone in the journey of ‘Building a Smarter World’ that started when the Company was founded in 2010.Quectel is working towards becoming the greatest module supplier in the world so that it can provide the best products and services to customers in the IoT Industry. They have been focusing on cellular and GNSS modules and have already built up one of the industry’s broadest product portfolios covering 5G, LTE/LTE-A, NB-IoT/LTE-M, C-V2X, Android Smart, 3G, 2G and GNSS modules. These products have enabled IoT connections for over 5,000 enterprise customers in more than 150 countries and regions in the fields such as wireless payment, telematics and transportation, smart energy, smart city, security, wireless gateway, industry, life & healthcare, and agriculture & environment monitoring.last_img read more

Fourth-ranked UWF Tied For Sixth After First Day of Southeastern Collegiate

first_imgLive Scoring & ResultsVALDOSTA, Ga. – Freshman Christian Bosso and senior Talin Rajendranath each posted an opening-round 70 to lead the fourth-ranked UWF men’s golf team after the first day at the Southeastern Collegiate at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club Sunday. UWF is tied for sixth after firing a 291 on the 7,300-yard layout. No. 6 Florida Southern leads the field after a 2-under par, 286. North Alabama is in second at 287, top-ranked Saint Leo is third at 288, with No. 3 Nova Southeastern and No. 5 Lynn tied for fourth at 290. The Argos struggled out of the gate, playing the first four holes at 3-over, before battling back to get their score to 2-under after 12 holes. But the round ended with a rough patch which included seven bogeys and two birdies to move the score to plus three. Rajendranath completed his round with two birdies and a tourney-best 16 pars, tying his season-best round. Bosso had a few more ups and downs, posting five birdies and three bogeys en route to a collegiate-best round. The duo are two shots back of leader John Coultas of Florida Southern. “Talin and Christian both played very solid rounds today and hit the ball really well,” UWF head coach Steve Fell said. “It’s a championship course so you aren’t going to go too low on a course like this.” Sophomore Chandler Blanchet shot a 74, playing the course at 1-under over the final 16 holes. Freshmen Bryce Geraghty and Jacob Huizinga each signed for a 77 on Sunday. Playing as an individual, sophomore Henry Westmoreland IV turned in a 74 and is tied for 36th place in the 93-player field. The round saw a morning rain delay just after 10 a.m. that lasted until 12:50 p.m. The 54-hole tournament will continue on Monday with the second round. UWF is paired with NSU and Lynn and will start off No. 1 at 9:16 a.m. Eastern time. Southeastern CollegiateTeam Leaderboard – after 18 holes1. Florida Southern 286 -22. North Alabama 287 -13. Saint Leo 288 Et-4. Nova Southeastern 290 +2t-4. Lynn 290 +2t-6. West Florida 291 +3t-6. Armstrong State 291 +3t-6. Barry 291 +3 UWF Individual Scorest-3. Talin Rajendranath 70 -2t-3. Christian Bosso 70 -2t-36. Chandler Blanchet 74 +2t-65. Bryce Geraghty 77 +5t-65. Jacob Huizinga 77 +5t-36. Henry Westmoreland IV 74 +2 (competing as an individual) Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Why I am not angry with Conte over bench role – Fabregas

first_imgChelsea midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, has admitted that he used to be so upset about sitting on the bench that he told people not to talk to him.However, with time, he has learnt to put the team first.Fabregas became the first Spaniard to make 300 appearances in the Premier League on Saturday, as the Blues beat Swansea 3-1.It was only his sixth start this season, with another 11 appearances coming off the bench.“In the beginning, when I didn’t play, I told people to not even speak to me because I was really upset,” Fabregas told UK newspapers.“But now that changes with time, age, maturity and experience, which all help you to understand that the most important thing is always the team.“Don’t get me wrong: I want to play. But sometimes you have to fight for it.”Fabregas, who has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, also insisted he wanted to stay for a long time.“For sure, it’s Chelsea I’m thinking about,” he continued.“Until the day Chelsea tell me they don’t want me, I can leave, and it happens to everyone, then you have to move on.“When my brain says you can’t do it anymore then I will move, probably away from Europe. But for now, it’s all about Chelsea and performing here.”last_img read more

Steven Gerrard’s Rangers target offered to Newcastle United, agents getting involved

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Ole Miss routs Delta State in exhibition win

first_imgOXFORD — Ole Miss’ basketball exhibition Friday night against Delta State looked exactly like the Rebels hoped it would, winning 97-58 at Tad Smith Coliseum.Delta State took a 14-13 lead seven minutes in, but the Rebels scored 28 of the game’s next 34 points to take a clear advantage. Ole Miss led 50-26 at halftime and cruised during the second half; the final 39-point margin was the largest of the game.Forward Aaron Jones sat out the game, serving the first of a three-game suspension for a violation of team rules. He’ll be eligible to play on Nov. 20 against Southern.Ole Miss suspends forward Aaron JonesAll 11 other players saw extensive time on the court. Jarvis Summers led the Rebels with 16 points, and Roderick Lawrence and Stefan Moody each had 14.“(Summers) has only been back out about a week (from a high ankle sprain),” coach Andy Kennedy said. “I thought he played better, started getting some pop back.”There were some similarities to Rebel teams of the recent past: Summers was solid if unspectacular to the naked eye, and LaDarius White was the best version of himself by playing very active and looking to make plays near the basket. The two-guard also took a ton of contested and uncontested shots, even if his name is Moody (one of five newcomers playing his first game) and not Marshall Henderson.What really stood out was that after the first few minutes the offense and defense never seemed very disjointed, even if Kennedy was constantly shuffling players in and out. He said that is because of the veteran experience on this team (only one is a freshman).“My expectation for this group is very high when it comes to attention to detail, and I think we saw that tonight,” Kennedy said.Ole Miss also had 20 assists on 39 field goals, and had 17 defensive rebounds to Delta State’s eight offensive boards.Dwight Coleby had seven points and three rebounds and looked much more comfortable on the court than he did at any time during his freshman season. The spin move in the post did not quite work, but the attempt was progress. Coleby twisted his ankle in the first half and ended up sitting for the last 17 minutes of the game.Sebastian Saiz had 11 boards and two blocks. Martavious Newby had five steals and three assists, making the start in a small three-guard lineup with Summers and Moody.last_img read more

Mis-matching home and road unis

first_img 1,508 0 Link to post Share on other sites Share this post Posted April 19, 2012 1,812 I’d say the Giants uniforms bother me the most. It’s not even the striping. I’m actually okay with having a solid jersey, and striped jersey to enhance the road look, but the road jersey does not have a hint of blue. It bothers me a ton because the old road jerseys were just fine, and looked great. I also cannot stand those tri-striped pants they have–which are apparently the only pants they will wear this year 2,215 Posted April 19, 2012 Sports Logos 1 Agree with the mismatch, disagree with the solution. Orange on both.The Tigers home jersey is considered a classic and I just don’t think you can mess with it by adding orange. 2,080 posts Location:Chicago Mike Foster A bunch of psychic porn star midgets who were all nude 447 39 Kevin W. Share this post Followers 1 160 2,572 0 1,767 posts Posted April 19, 2012 16,001 JPDesign 16,613 posts 1 Share on other sites Link to post 419 Link to post Share on other sites Members Share this post 0 419 Location:Atlanta, Ga. Posted April 19, 2012 Share this post Windstorm SportsLogos.Net 0 Share this post Share on other sites 1,812 It always bugs me when some team has home and road uniforms that don’t incorporate the same elements. Feel free to add yours, but my most egregious example would be the 1989-95 Arizona Cardinals:The road (white) uniforms have the Arizona state flag, sleeve stripes with logos, TV numbers on the shoulders, and black borders to the red numbers on the jersey. The home (red) uniforms? Plain red jersey with white numbers. No stripes, borders, state logo, or TV numbers on the shoulders. BO-RING. 0 All Activity By Blue Falcon, April 19, 2012 in Sports Logo News Ark 2 0 sportstar1212 Link to post Members Link to post Share this post Flamewagoning Next Share this post 16,001 Members Ark Link to post Location:Portland, ME, USA 0 39 Share this post It bothers me that the Detroit Tigers use orange on the road.I would like to see them drop the orange and go back to this look.Agree with the mismatch, disagree with the solution. Orange on both. RedSox44 Kevin W. 1,508 Agree with the mismatch, disagree with the solution. Orange on both.The Tigers home jersey is considered a classic and I just don’t think you can mess with it by adding orange.Some thin orange trim could be added in a tasteful manner without disrupting the “classic” image of the Tigers’ home whites. They could also then wear the orange D cap at home AND on the road. Picking one standard D to use would also improve things. Just because a uniform is “classic” doesn’t mean it can’t be subtly tweaked.BTW, I hate mismatched uniforms in all cases EXCEPT for when a baseball team wears the cap logo at home and the city name on the road. oldschoolvikings Link to post 2 0 234 Location:Austin, Texas All Activity Mis-matching home and road unis 447 Link to post I don’t hate this at all. In fact, I love it when both jerseys are good.There are also several examples in baseball. I knew it… 2 8,272 posts Posted April 19, 2012 16,001 Link to post 1,812 234 0 Posted April 19, 2012 Lights Out 419 I’d say the Giants uniforms bother me the most. It’s not even the striping. I’m actually okay with having a solid jersey, and striped jersey to enhance the road look, but the road jersey does not have a hint of blue. This. It annoys me so much, and takes away from what would be a great set. Just replace the red with blue, or blue with red accents, or red with blue accents, or anything other than just straight red, and it’d be an improvement. Ark 16,613 posts 7,383 posts Sign in to follow this   26,359 posts Ark Posted April 19, 2012 Posted April 19, 2012 Members 6,188 posts 1,812 2 Brave-Bird 08 kevinmets Sign in to follow this   Location:detroit Share on other sites 2 6 Share on other sites Followers 1 818 Kevin W. 2 JPDesign I am a fan of mismatching uniforms. Especially from a fan’s perspective because it gives two different styles to choose from when buying a jersey. Sports Logos 12,787 posts Board Man + Young Trece 5 Next 1,812 Posted April 19, 2012 The Minnesota Wild have three good uniforms, but none of them match…. Link to post 0 951 posts 0 3 2,572 818 Link to post 4,356 Members Forums Home Windstorm SportsLogos.Net Members Link to post Brave-Bird 08 2,572 2,572 Posted April 19, 2012 Favourite Logos: 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Champions Members 234 Link to post 1,812 Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue Jays 2012 – Quebec NordiquesMinnesota North StarsHartford WhalersNew York MetsBoston Bruins (all except 1995-2007)New Detroit Lionscenter_img Share on other sites 2 19,663 posts Members -kj 2 Link to post Posted April 19, 2012 Sports Logo News I like how all 3 Wild jerseys are different. They kind of remind me of a soccer team with their 3 unique looks. Members 2,572 deliver2david Share this post deliver2david deliver2david Share on other sites Members 949 posts 6 447 Page 1 of 5   16,613 posts 2 It bothers me that the Detroit Tigers use orange on the road.I would like to see them drop the orange and go back to this look. This topic is now closed to further replies. 0 Link to post Share this post Share this post Share this post 160 Share on other sites 0 234 Members Recommended Posts 6 Members 2 Share this post The Wild’s uniforms would be forgivable if not for the fauxback. Get rid of that and the non-matching uniforms aren’t that bad. Posted April 19, 2012 zpqmaowl 160 Mis-matching home and road unis 1,812 The Man Behind the Curtain zpqmaowl 6,188 posts 0 Members Share on other sites Blue Falcon Posted April 19, 2012 Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue Jays, BC Lions, Minnesota Wild, Vancouver Canadians, Chilliwack Chiefs Kevin W. Blue Falcon 4,356 oldschoolvikings 4,132 posts Sports Logo News Share on other sites Share this post Posted April 19, 2012 277 posts gdu Flamewagoning Share this post Kevin W. Share this post Share this post 234 Posted April 19, 2012 Members RedSox44 Location:BC, Canada Share on other sites Can we also include mis-matched uniforms that we like? I don’t think that’s worth its own topic.I’ve always loved the Canadiens’ jerseys. 949 posts Share on other sites Link to post Posted April 19, 2012 sportstar1212 Share this post The road is the best one. A bunch of psychic porn star midgets who were all nude 1,812 Posted April 19, 2012 Members 2 234 Posted April 19, 2012 The Minnesota Wild have three good uniforms, but none of them match….When their uniforms matched, they had two great uniforms and a good alternate. It bothers me that the Detroit Tigers use orange on the road.I would like to see them drop the orange and go back to this look.I this this would be using a throwback just to use a throwback. The orange looks fine and makes sense on a team called the Tigers.And about that Arizona flag, I don’t see how that’s wrong but it’s an unwritten rule to write the team name at home but the city name on the road. Everyone in Arizona knows that the Cardinals are representing Arizona. They could have added more stuff to the red jersey, but the problem isn’t with the mismatching.The Minnesota Wild have three good uniforms, but none of them match….Their original green was the best tho. -kj The Wild’s uniforms would be forgivable if not for the fauxback. Get rid of that and the non-matching uniforms aren’t that bad….because Minnesota has no hockey heritage at all, of course. Location:San Jose Link to post 4 5 Share this post Members 818 0 Members Share on other sites 0 0 Share on other sites RedSox44 Link to post I don’t have a problem with any of the examples mentioned so far. 2,572 Share on other sites Posted April 19, 2012 gdu 1,812 Share on other sites 2,215 3,104 posts Lights Out Kevin W. Members Link to post Share this post 0 39 4 Page 1 of 5   A bunch of psychic porn star midgets who were all nude Members 2,080 posts Forums Home Posted April 19, 2012 deliver2david Share on other sites 0 4,356 The Wild’s uniforms would be forgivable if not for the fauxback. Get rid of that and the non-matching uniforms aren’t that bad….because Minnesota has no hockey heritage at all, of course.But the franchise has no connection to the North Stars and there’s nothing about that uniform that says “North Stars” to me. If you won’t/can’t do something that properly honors that heritage, then just don’t bother. Link to post 8,516 posts RedSox44 3 Prev Favourite Logos:*Devil Rays alternate cap logo, 1998*Red Sox cap logo*Chargers primary logo*Lake Elsinore Storm cap logo kevinmets Share on other sites Prev 0 Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue Jays 2012 – Quebec NordiquesMinnesota North StarsHartford WhalersNew York MetsBoston Bruins (all except 1995-2007)New Detroit Lions Go To Topic Listing Cowboys do it, but their uniform eccentricities bug my less than any others I can think of.TCU’s new anthracite tempalte is slighty different than the other 3 in the set. 2,215 Location:Portland, ME, USA Share on other sites 1,508 Mis-matching home and road unislast_img read more