Have you seen the proposed new Wexford GAA jersey?
A picture of the proposed new Wexford GAA jersey has appeared on Twitter and it hasn’t exactly received a generous response.
The picture surfaced on the social networking site earlier today and was subsequently retweeted by Wexford footballer Aindreas Doyle, who wasn’t exactly enamoured by the new design, apparently a throwback to the 1996 Wexford hurling jersey made famous by Martin Storey and his All-Ireland winning teammates.
Pic via Twitter/Brian Kennedy (no, not that one)
Wexford fans will hardly be dancing at the crossroads when they catch sight of this garment, however, which, in this reporter’s humble view, fails miserably to pull off the retro look. In fact, it just looks plain old.
Doyle certainly wasn’t impressed and judging by his Twitter timeline, neither were the majority of his followers.
What do you think? Are there any fans of the jersey at all? Feel free to let us know in the comment box below.