The shirt just looks fake because of the colors.Yeah I had it on today to go out and get my second dose of the vaccine and when I looked down a bit of me was sad that it wasn’t either of the badges we’ve had for the last 14 years. It does feel like a bit of a knock off.
I wouldn’t take it too seriously at the moment. The badge is old and there hasn’t been any new leaks for about 5 months so, if the other ‘original’ leaks are anything to go by this season it might be wrong.Oof I am not a fan. Might actually look cool in game tbh. But just doesn’t feel either inter-y or even football-y.
brilliant!!Why don't we all use our fan tokens to vote in favor of keeping Lukaku?
This is beautiful, I don't get the match jersey because well am no fat by any means but I do have a pop belly and my broad shoulders dont help.My match jersey arrived:
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- the shirt is garish in person, as expected. I always found the idea of snake skin (not to mention gold as well) to be extremely tacky, like some Ed Hardy shit. That’s partly why I bought it though - it’s horrendously obnoxious.
- this shit is tight as shit around the collar. Putting my head through the neck hole felt like giving birth to a fat kid out of my tight vaginus. Getting my head out of the shirt was even worse and I had to be extremely careful to not stretch the collar. The rest of the fit is great and I keep going on about how much nicer the match jerseys feel and fit compared to stadium jerseys. It's just the collar seems a touch small
It's basically a cross between a marketing gimmick and a crypto currency.can someone explain to me what the hell a fan token is?
Got it. It’s definitely feels like a scam. I’m not sure what really drives value. However we live in a word where NFTs trade for thousands of dollars so what do I know.It's basically a cross between a marketing gimmick and a crypto currency.
There are a finite number of fan tokens available, issued by our sponsor during a faux IPO. The IPO price is set by Socios. Once the IPO is complete the tokens trade on a stock exchange like platform, where you buy and sell them from other users. I'm sure Socios charges a fee for trading the tokens.
They're advertised as a way to communicate with the club. They'll probably have a bunch of pointless polls fans can vote on. Obviously nothing of actual significance. Maybe the occasional promotional giveaway.
It feels like a complete scam, if we're being honest.
To spare you all the headache, I signed up for the app. The Inter tokens haven't yet been released, so no official price yet. There will be 20M tokens released during the IPO.
The most expensive team in the app is PSG, which trades for about 25€ per token. By comparison, Milan trades at 8€.