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#1 Louis

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Posted 08 Oct 2009 - 16:05

Everton officials have gone to Thailand for a 3 day piss-up trip and are looking to extend the shirt sponsorship (and stadium naming rights). They'll meet some Thai fans too.
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Posted 08 Oct 2009 - 16:33

Let's hope they get decent money out of Chang this time.
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Posted 08 Oct 2009 - 16:42

It's good that we are making more of a name for ourselves in Asia, and I can confirm we are percieved as a bigger team over there from the months I spent over there. The problem is that it will bring in no more revenue. Any football shirts over there that people will buy are fakes, all the tv coverage is free-streamed. So as nice as it is to get a name for ourselves over there, it's not going to have any real benefit to the club that we will notice.
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 00:58

I'll be very pleased if they do extend the deal, purely for aesthetic reasons though.
I reckon the Chang logo on the front of the shirt is one of the best looking sponsor logos on a football shirt anywhere in the world. It's certainly not intrusive and almost adds a touch of class.
The only other competitior in to Chang and Everton is (dare I say it) Carlsberg and Lverpool. Both shirts look really good.
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 01:06

it certainly looks better than the old DANKA logo
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 05:19

Has anyone ever had chang beer? I hear it tastes like Horse piss
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 06:40

It's good that we are making more of a name for ourselves in Asia, and I can confirm we are percieved as a bigger team over there from the months I spent over there. The problem is that it will bring in no more revenue. Any football shirts over there that people will buy are fakes, all the tv coverage is free-streamed. So as nice as it is to get a name for ourselves over there, it's not going to have any real benefit to the club that we will notice.


where in asia are we popular? i think there is a big difference between by example thailand and japan. if we bought two japanese players and play a few games there every summer we would get ALOT out of it
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 06:48

Has anyone ever had chang beer?


Had a few bottles and they were okayish, but then I tend to drink bitter or cider most of the time....
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 07:10

Has anyone ever had chang beer? I hear it tastes like Horse piss

Never tried it....but I've never tasted horse piss either :mellow: . What does that taste like?



(cue answer "Chang Beer!") :P
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 07:37

Chang is a pretty good beer. It's like most SE Asian style lagers. Nothing spectacular, but miles ahead of all the commercial trash we've got here in Australia (VB, Carlton, Fosters, Tooheys, etc).
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 07:38

But if you're going to try Thai beers, avoid Singha at all costs!! It tastes as though it's been made with the dirtiest, most stale water on Earth.
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 08:20

Has anyone ever had chang beer? I hear it tastes like Horse piss


The bottled stuff is very good, dont bother trying the Chang at goodison becasue that is wattered down shite. I actually found Chang in my local offlisence the other day and still very much enjoyed it, however it was better in Thailand.

where in asia are we popular? i think there is a big difference between by example thailand and japan. if we bought two japanese players and play a few games there every summer we would get ALOT out of it


It's a Thai Beer but I also saw it stocked in Vietnam and Cambodia, though it's largest in Thailand. They actually have huge promotional Chang Beer posters with Everton Players on them. Quick fact, Chang is Thai for Elephant, hence the elephant on the logo.
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 08:29

Chang is a very nice beer, there is a bar in machester that only serves Chang. It's Called Walrus.

Chang also means beak in some areas.
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 09:06

The proper, cold Chang is really nice. Soft but flavoursome. The goodison Chang, does taste off, gives you a headache the minute you drink it and is kept over room temp...silly fuggers!
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 09:37

The goodison Chang, does taste off, gives you a headache the minute you drink it and is kept over room temp...silly fuggers!

And it's in a plastic glass :sick01: .

How much do they charge for it out of interest (never bought one and never would, even if it was 50p)?
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 10:03

And it's in a plastic glass :sick01: .

How much do they charge for it out of interest (never bought one and never would, even if it was 50p)?


Contradictory lol erm i cant even remember, last time i had it was prior to this season down Street-end but if memory serves me right, its near 4 if not over? I wont drink it anymore, im down the park-end end now so maybe its a tad different but tbh i cant see it!
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 10:05

review i just found - http://www.dooyoo.co...-lager/1296822/
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 10:07

And it's in a plastic glass :sick01: .

How much do they charge for it out of interest (never bought one and never would, even if it was 50p)?

I think it's around 3.50 a pint, pretty standard price for beer in a football stadium. Never drink in the ground, well very rarely anyway, normally just go The Brick.

Chang is a nice beer, don't let Goodison spoil it for you!
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Posted 09 Oct 2009 - 12:44

Chang is a nice beer, don't let Goodison spoil it for you!

Not because it's Chang...I wouldn't drink any draught beer out of plastic at a mass outlet.
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