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Manchester United: No sponsor on Champions League training gear

There is now a great variety of Adidas gear available for Manchester United fans since the launch of the 2015 home kit two weeks ago.

The reds face Club Brugge in a Champions League qualifier, at Old Trafford, on August 18, and will model the new training gear for European football this season which is thankfully sponsor free.

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To mark United’s return to the Champions League since April 2014, Adidas have released not one, but two training kits. These shirts will be free of ugly sponsor logos such as Chevrolet and Aon and will, therefore, appeal to more fans than usual.

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Let us know in the comment section which shirt you prefer.

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6 responses to “Manchester United: No sponsor on Champions League training gear”

  1. peter a says:

    How anyone can describe the amazing Chevrolet logo as ugly is beyond me as it completes the current United shirt.

  2. Stu says:

    I think the Chevrolet Logo is cool! – Better than Sharp & we loved that didn’t we? You wait! Chevrolet will be the name remembered in history as United begin to win titles again!

  3. Like a lot of United fans I bloody hate the Chevrolet logo and next to the AON logo it’s one of the most ugliest we’ve had on a shirt!

    Now if we could get these without the CL logo too, i’d by a few of each lol

  4. Jeff says:

    Where do you buy them from??????