Is This The Next Man Utd Home Shirt?

The Magic Sponge April 17, 2014 5
Is This The Next Man Utd Home Shirt?

The silly season of the summer transfer window is well and truly upon us. Gossip and speculation are rife, and not just in relation to player signings.

Manchester United shares were up 8% on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. A £600m kit deal is thought to be in the pipeline.

The first “leaked” images of Premier League shirts are beginning to make their way online. Most will turn out to be nothing more than photo shop jobs of varying quality. Some may indeed simply be rubbish fakes, made for the illicit black market trade.

Manchester United, being one of the biggest sporting organisations on the planet, and as a result will be a major target for those playing a prank, infringing copyright as well as those seeking to be the very first to share the new jersey.

This image doesn’t look too bad, although the black detailing in the front and the shoulders does rather resemble a tie and epaulets. The Nike badge details at the hem of the shirt look realistic enough, but as ever with these things, the image doing the rounds isn’t great quality.

Does it look kosher to you?

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5 Comments »

  1. Friday Cletus April 18, 2014 at 12:24 pm -

    Man u shoud improve their mode of playing , and do change david moye because man u is above him to coach

  2. Brayanruz April 18, 2014 at 6:03 am -

    I do not think Man U will insist on this shirt

  3. Shahid Butt April 17, 2014 at 11:44 pm -

    Your having a laugh! It looks like those fake, cheap Man United home jersey’s that you can buy for a tenner on any tourist stall at Oxford street!

  4. yuzo April 17, 2014 at 7:54 pm -

    Remove the neck tie it luks old fashion

  5. Dave 'Bassett' Moyes Fan club April 17, 2014 at 2:00 pm -

    WILL THEY HAVE DRAINPIPE SHORTS AND POINTED TOE-BOOTS…..YES A GREAT SHIRT FOR THE MOYES ERA…..EVEN THE SHIRT HAS GOT WORSE…..ANYWAY SOME THOUGHTS FROM betfare on EVERTON V UNITED..

    In terms of Sunday’s clash, Everton have also shown the better form against high-class opposition. In matches between the top seven, the Toffees are unbeaten at Goodison (two wins, two draws) and the 3-3 against free-scoring Liverpool is the only time their defence has been breached in those games. United, meanwhile, have won only one out of 11 against the top seven and lost seven (including three out of five on the road).

    Looking a little further down the table, the scale of United’s problems against opponents with any quality becomes even clearer. They rank only 11th in all games against top-half teams, with just three wins out of 16, while Everton are fourth (W7 D4 L4). United are also 11th on away games against top-half teams (W1 D2 L4), while Everton are again fourth at home in that category (W5 D2 L0).

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