It appears to be a mirrored image of the Eagle's head they use on their website (on the left of the tab on Google Chrome as well as on the bottom of all NRL.com linked websites). But I've never seen that version with the club text beneath the head
I actually think some teams should try light grey/silver for alternates - and if Parra do a blue home jersey, yellow away & silver (with blue & gold trim elements) 3rd/alternate, I think that'd be a solid range.Hopefully Parra’s away jersey is gold. White away jerseys should be limited to clash jerseys only
There are so many things that the Wests Tigers can be criticised for, but I'm not sure this is it.So lazy, you can really see that about 5 minutes of effort was put into the design of it.
But with how the club is run right now, I am not surprised at all.
There are so many things that the Wests Tigers can be criticised for, but I'm not sure this is it.
Is it a simple design? Absolutely. But that works.
I don't see how it's more worthy of criticism than:
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The Eels old retro logo stabbing themselves in the head at least had some thought put into it. Not much but some.
I think the use of blue shorts or white shorts needs to work-in with what the opposition is wearing.I don’t mind the all-blue kit but maybe limit its use against our non traditional rivals or something like that. I do prefer the white shorts with home jersey however. I do like the all-white however, it gives me fond memories of 2002. Agree with the traditional logo being brought back. BTW I also entered that 2007 design comp. I got a signed jersey out of it.
The Tigers one and the Storm one are certainly the worst to my eyes.The difference between the Tigers one and some of the ones you posted is subtle but stark. The integration especially with the Eels can't be compared, they actually combined logos and made major changes that looks quite good (is it perfect, absolutely not, but they at least tried). The Sharks could be better but the logo does fit into the design more than the Tigers (again could be better). Even the Cowboys sort of works making it look like an actual sherifs badge. Melbourne is probably the worst, but it does tie all the elements together.