Doncaster’s pack pattern foe won by thespian from One Direction
April 5, 2016 - one direction
Doncaster Rovers have insisted their pack pattern debate was “fair and above board” after a foe for supporters to emanate their 2016-17 divided shirt was won by a One Direction thespian Louis Tomlinson.
Rovers asked their fans to send in their ideas, with a tip 5 designs being put in an online poll. In a divided shirt category, Tomlinson’s black pattern perceived 33.7% of a votes. But a bar captivated critique when it was suggested who was behind a design.
As Doncaster launched a pack in Thailand, a bar released a statement saying: “The routine for receiving pack designs, shortlisting and a open voting for a pack pattern foe followed despotic authorised superintendence to safeguard that a bar adhered to foe law and that all processes were fair.
“We are wakeful that a outcome of a foe has captivated some churned feedback, though we can assure a fans that a voting routine for a 2016/17 shirt designs was all satisfactory and above board.”
After conference he had won a pack competition, Tomlinson tweeted: “Soooooo me and my Grandad Len won a foe of conceptualizing a new Donny divided shirt. Pretty sick”.
The 24-year-old has frequently been concerned with events during a Keepmoat Stadium in a past, in 2013 signing a non-contract understanding in assist of Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice that led to him personification in a haven group diversion a following year, while he and businessman John Ryan came tighten to shopping a bar in 2014 before a understanding fell through.
As partial of a competition, Tomlinson has won flights to Thailand to see a initial theatre of a pack manufacturing.