‘Looking like double quilted toilet paper… I’ll cry if this is it’: Fans mock Manchester United’s ‘horrific’ new leaked home kit for next season – which features a black and white V-neck shirt
- The jersey combines classic red with white, but also has a large portion of black
- The new kit features a black and white V-neck shirt, scrapping the white collar
- The Adidas logo will switch from the letters to only the old-school three stripes
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Manchester United fans were disgusted after a ‘horrific’ new home kit for next season leaked online
The jersey combines the classic red main colour with white, but also has a large portion of black for the first time since the 2019-2020 season.
The new kit features a black and white V-neck shirt, scrapping the white collar with red and black triangles from this season.
The Adidas sponsor will switch from the letters to only the old-school three stripes.
United players will continue to sport the TeamViewer sponsor despite the club agreeing to end their deal with German company.
The jersey combines the classic red colour with white, but also has a large portion of black
Man United fans were disgusted after the ‘horrific’ new home kit for next season leaked online
The alleged new kit was leaked on Twitter, but United are yet to announce their official design for the 2023/24 campaign.
Fans were quick to take to social media to share their opinion on the kit.
One said: ‘What is this nonsense?? We need a title winning kit.’
Another quipped: ‘Looking like double quilted toilet paper.’
A third commented: ‘I’ll cry if this is it.’
A final person added: ‘That’s horrific I can’t lie.’
Sunday saw United return to Wembley two months on from that Carabao Cup triumph looking to inject new life into a season that threatened to disappointingly peter out had they lost to high-flying Brighton.
Ten Hag’s side headed to London reeling from Thursday’s embarrassing Europa League quarter-final capitulation against Sevilla but – not for the first time this term – they succeeded in bouncing back with character.
United had to dig deep against Albion under the arch to run out 7-6 shoot-out winners after it ended 0-0 after 120 minutes, setting up an all-Manchester FA Cup final on June 3.
United and Tottenham are locked in a battle for a Champions League place, with the fourth-placed Red Devils six points ahead of their rivals with two games in hand.
The new kit features a black and white V-neck shirt, scrapping the white collar from this season
Fans were quick to take to social media to share their opinion on the new 2023/24 kit
Team manager speak out on Manchester United win against Brighton
‘We are proof, proof that we could beat them but then we have to play the perfect game,’ Erik ten Hag said. ‘I think that was the perfect game we played this season but we have to go again.
‘We know that but first of all we have to focus on different occasions, different games to be in the top four to get into the Champions League next season.
‘It’s not for me, it’s not about that. I want to win every game, doesn’t matter who is the opponent.
‘Brighton, I have to give them a lot of credit, it’s a great team, really good philosophy of football and that made it a great game for the neutral fan. For all the fans in the stadium, I think it was a great game to watch.’