San Jose
Post #16
Friday September 19, 2014 5:53am

Joined May 2013
Total Posts: 1,531
They could have done far better. It is only slightly better than the lame "can't tell what sport this is without a foot kicking a soccer ball logo" The extension of the sash just looks bad.... they need lose that goofy tail. Man, just make it simple and strong...the empty space makes it look unfinished...the more I think about it the worse I like it...reminds me of the same lame asses that designed the new Quakes logo.

They should really run this stuff by some hardcore fans first instead of a bunch of people that have probably never attended a game before...they get too esoteric and over think it....classy and traditional will never let you down...oh well, I'm setting the over/under on losing the tail at 3 years.

Post #17
Friday September 19, 2014 3:56pm

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 10,516
I was thinking that if the League is for the people and by the people, then why not post some Logo renderings, and have the people vote on their favorite rendering? Obviously majority vote wins.

Now you already have an article up on mlssoccer.com stating to forget about the new logo. Well it's not to late for MLS to get this right. The new logo should be a representation of the league. How would you feel in having a crap standard as the flag of the USA? The right standard or crest or logo say's a lot about who you are. And this logo for me doesn't capture what MLS is.

Post #18
Friday September 19, 2014 4:34pm

Joined Aug 2012
Total Posts: 1,151
MLS might be for the people but it sure as hell aint by the people. Or at least that's what I imagine people like Robert Kraft and AEG would say.

Post #19
Saturday September 20, 2014 11:23pm

Joined Mar 2013
Total Posts: 2,644
Watching the Timbers/Whitecaps match. NBC is still using the old logo. Good job getting your shit together...
Post #20
Sunday September 21, 2014 2:09am

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 6,060
Most likely the logo wont go on until 2015.

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