As players gear up for the 2016 AFL season, Sydney Swans recruit Jeremy Laidler is loving his new Sydney lifestyle – and his MOJO Cross Trainer men’s premium underwear.
The cooler days signal the fast-approaching AFL footy season and a fresh face for the Harbour city Swannies is Melbourne-born defender Jeremy Laidler. The lanky 26-year-old is having something of a purple patch, with Sydney Swans Coach John Longmire proving that a little bit of TLC can push athletes much closer towards their sporting goals.
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Despite Laidler’s impressive 190cm height advantage, he certainly isn’t the tallest in his team. Luckily, he’s had no trouble finding the perfect fit for his MOJO Red 888 Cross Trainer hipster styles, which come in sizes S to XXL.
In symbiosis with his club colours, the Red 888s come in a modern-styled men’s hipster trunk and hipster brief. Featuring a short profile and soft-bound leg openings, the 888s are great for work, sport or play.
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The recent Sydney starter was drafted by the Swans in 2014, after leaving former club Carlton the same year. The determined half-back is now relishing his fresh opportunities at the club, having an impressive return to the game and a strong-minded approach to his career.
Sydney’s flamboyance as a club is just part of the appeal. The city’s stunning world-famous harbour, glistening stretches of coastland and well-populated city beaches are a long way from his former Moonee Ponds residence in the heart of Melbourne. Laidler is currently enjoying weekends on Sydney’s famous waterways and the chance to go incognito for a while, before his star shines brighter for the Swans.
Laidler says he enjoys the laidback approach Sydneysiders have to their sporting heroes. Whereas the Victorian capital is all about the Australian Football League, Sydney’s media isn’t hell-bent reporting on the latest round, ruck or rover.
Having celebrated his 26th birthday last August, Laidler perhaps spoke his own prophecy with the telling words to The Age in April 2014. He said, “They say you don’t come to your best footy until you’re 26. Hopefully that’s coming … I’m not going to be content with where I’m at, I’ll just keep pushing.”
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