Yay or nay?
Manchester United have launched their home kit for next season it’s not going down at all well with many fans on Twitter.
The kit comes with an untraditional pattern is unusual but is pretty basic at the same time.
Even those who are critical of the new design will probably still find themselves forking out a considerable amount of money to keep their children happy, though buying shirts yearly is a tradition for some too.
Plus, no matter what design Adidas come up with there will always be one ready to cast a negative reaction on the concept, although I would agree that this release could be much better as well as the statement below…
Grown men crying over a football shirt 🙄 when did football become a fashion show
— Andrew Garnett (@Alfie_1968) August 4, 2020
When Adidas became United’s kit manufacture again in 2014 they teased us with some retro designs. I would like to see them go back down that route or gave us something that couldn’t be compared to bus seats.
It’s proved to be unpopular with a number of United supporters so far, based on some of the comments below:
I’m not a fan of this new home kit , disappointed, I absolutely loved the current one !
I might have to get the away kit this time
— StannO_🔰 (@StannO04636799) August 4, 2020
I guess they ran outta creativity, they should have just repeated last seasons and added some stripes, it’s the laziest the could have done
— Nsikan Inyang (@xrongest) August 4, 2020
The story is ‘hey guys what about this but red ‘ pic.twitter.com/Px1qQO3VZb
— P McKnee (@p_mcknee) August 4, 2020
Might buy an away shirt this season, this is ugly. Obviously buy an away shirt from the far east so as not to put money into the leeches pockets….😉
— 🔰 #GlazerGoDie #Glazexit #LUHG 🔰 (@roblegate) August 4, 2020
Yeah, it’s ugly isn’t it? I’m sure we’ll get used to it, but it’s pretty uninspired.
— Sean Morris (@seanmorrisuk) August 4, 2020
When that gold Chevrolet sponsor just ruins the whole shirt pic.twitter.com/D44i7F8o3u
— Gaz🇬🇬🇩🇪 (@GurnzyDevil82) August 4, 2020
I’m sure it will grow on people. As long as the players do their job I couldn’t care less if they ran around a pitch wearing bin bags.