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Manchester United release brand new green third kit, fans hate it

Josh Lawless

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Manchester United release brand new green third kit, fans hate it

Featured Image Credit: Image: Manchester United

Manchester United's new third kit has just dropped and fans are not impressed in the slightest.

The strip was leaked in a TikTok posted by streamer @castro10121 last month and there was immediately a negative reaction.

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The official pictures from launch have been shared by United ahead of the Red Devils' second game of the season as they look to bounce back from the dismal 2-1 defeat at home to Brighton last week.


The shirt has been manufactured by United's official supplier Adidas and is sponsored by TeamViewer.

It is in a fluorescent slimy green colour and has a a tonal pattern on the front and sleeves, as well as a zig-zag design on the collar.


The primary shorts are black with the green hi vis trim but United also have change shorts in the same colour as the shirt and socks for when there is a kit clash of sorts.

But with the shirt looking like a goalkeeper jersey, the reaction has been extremely negative:

The authentic version of the shirt will cost £100, with the standard replica costing £70. Now available to purchase on the club's official website, the strip will debuted by United against Brentford in Saturday's 5:30 kick-off.

Commenting on the kit, Adidas design director Inigo Turner said: “A convergence of cultural icons remixed and recoded, the 22/23 third kit takes its inspiration from the iconic Manchester United graphic identity, using geometric shapes and patterns.

“We’ve blended these with a new interpretation of a classic club colour for a fresh, eye-catching kit.”

Topics: Manchester United, Premier League

Josh Lawless
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