Manchester United’s third kit has caught the headlines for its unique nature.
United will be assigned a Navy and Gold third kit for the 2018/19 season, which seems to have brought back memories of the not-so-famous 2001/02 away kit, which was designed gold and white.
Adidas and Manchester United have released the 2018/19 third kit with Navy and Gold, and the news seems to have taken the social media by storm.
Reports suggest that Footy Headlines published the leaked images of the next season’s third kit online.
Manchester United’s Navy & Gold Third kit For the 2018/19 season Is Perfection 😍😘 pic.twitter.com/vVYwvy8h7o
— José Mourinho-MUFC (@Utd_JM) November 25, 2017
The famous Chevrolet logo will be painted in gold on the kit after it was finalised that the shirt would combine two shades of navy with gold.
The kit seems to have gone well with the Red Devils’ fans, who were devastated a few days back, when the second kit of the team for the season 2018/19 was leaked featuring pink colour all over it.
However, it was later found out that the the old ‘Football Pink’ news section of the Manchester Evening News was the inspiration behind the colour theme.
The fans holding ‘TAKE MY MONEY’ boards went viral in social media after the images were leaked, after they got back memories of the 2001/02’s hated gold and white shirt.
Written by Himangshu Das
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