Has anyone heard if we are getting umbro kits next season, im sure at some point someone had said we were at the end of our agreement with them and they were looking for a new manufacture, doesnt bother me anyway, i would still buy all the rangers kits even if they were made by bloody goala haha. I would love to see us getting a big company like adidas back or something to increase our overseas exposure, the JJB/ Umbro setup angers me, other than JJB its very difficult to get a rangers home shirt let alone the strip/ other gear, this is an area that celtic are very good at which annoys me greatly as I would love our gear to be sold world over to try and premote our club abit better. You know what its like if your buying a footie top of a overseas team for kicking about in, firstly you dont buy anything thats a conflict to being a rangers supporter but secondly its unlikley that you would buy a Umbro kit, far more likley nike, adidas etc. Add that to the fact that you simply dont get Rangers gear anymore unless you go to the megastore or JJB even then the JJB at Silverburn has more Celtic junk than Rangers stuff! whats that all about, arent they suppost to be our offical retail partner, would it be too much to expect them to perhaps get a corner of there scottish stores as a Rangers Concession? Rangers Fixtures perhaps, our badge above the gear? Just something to reconise the fact that they actually are our retail outlets? Come on JJB get it together, even Debinhams had a full Celtic thing going on a while back with a Celtic kinda Stand with the gear on it, there logo all down it! Come on we all support rangers and are loyal to them but we canny attract enough new fans, celtic have been doing it for years and look how many tim tops you see when they are doing well, granted they aint real fans but its still great to walk down the street and see loadsa folk wear your team latest shirt! Perhaps a company like adidas could put presure on JJB to actually start selling our merchandise through other channels than themselves and perhaps actually make it look like your in rangers retailing partners store instead of being confronted with the latest tic gear and a few supersize unsold rangers tops hanging on the end of a rail.