Saturday, January 29, 2011

First Image

The first public viewing for Gold Coast fans to see how Bank Zero, the clubs new fictitious sponsor, will be displayed on the kit is available. The jersey itself has not changed from 2010, only the presenting sponsor itself is different. The lettering is in yellow and a big "0" is placed dead center between the wording.

In other news there are rumors flying about another possible trade with a BSL expansion club. Stay tuned for further updates if they arise.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Introducing The Clubs Alternate Logo

The Gold Coast Football Club is introducing an alternate logo to its portfolio. Playing tribute the club's nickname "the Suns", this new alternate logo puts it in plain site and then surrounds the letters "GC" (Gold Coast) in the same burgundy that the main crest possess's. The alternate then uses the secondary colors of the main crest become the main colors highlighting the clubs nickname. A complete reversal of color from the main Gold Coast crest. "Having an alternate is not unusual in sports, but Gold Coast is proud to be the first in the BSL to have one." said a Suns spokesperson.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

First Kick Opponent and Zer0 Bank


Game 1 of the 2011 BSL season was released and the Gold Coast Football Club will challenge the upstart Pennsylvania Stoners for early bragging rights. This should be an early challenge as the competitor has already made big news in the league signing Bunbury and LeToux to deals.
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Meanwhile since winning the 2010 Majors Cup, the Suns have landed a new multi year jersey sponsorship deal with the fictious Zer0 Bank. This bank is home to the 0.0% interest rate. The $0 insured deposit. With huge profits from paying out all these zer0 dividends, Zer0 Bank could afford the hefty multi-million dollar sponsorship deal to have the banks name on the front jersey.
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Lastly, Gold Coast is available for expansion option trades

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Ching's Departure Gives Full Slate Of Picks

The last DP slot has been traded. Gold Coast Football Club has agreed to give up Brian Ching to upstart Alliance Football Club in exchange for its first round draft pick which looks like its going to be #7. "Its not the lowest draft pick in the 1st round that we wanted, but Alamo City is doubtful to give up the #1 pick and recently has made its announcements , Union SC is maxed out with 3 after the first trade, Burud Town is keeping quiet (as usual). That left the CD Gunners and Gateway United. The Gunners had expressed a possible interest but confirmed the club was staying at 2 DP's. Gateway passed on the proposal as well. This was the best option available." said a Suns Spokesperson. So unofficially it looks like Gold Coast will pick 4th, 6th, and 7th in the first round.