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New Manchester United kit 2012/2013

Updated on July 18, 2012

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Manchester United 2012/2013 Away kit

The new 2012/2013 kit

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Manchester United just released the new kit for the forth coming season. Its still red (Of course) but this time has a slightly tartan theme etched all the way through it. This year sees the return of the black v-neck style, reminisent of the black crew cut look of the 2010/2011 home kit but with a different shape, which i salute because i wasn't much a fan of the circular neck area on the 10/11 kit. Aside from that the logo and the badge are in very much the same place.

The shorts are white and the kit is finished off with black socks.. Could this be the kit that is seen for years to come in pictures depicting another glorious trebble for the first time since 1999?

"Why do Football clubs release kits every year, they are just trying to make money, the game has been ruined by commercialism"


Ok so, i'm not saying this is strictly untrue, i'm sure the designated money men within top premier league clubs do lick the lips every time a new kit comes out at the merchandising sales but don't you get bored of wearing the same kit all year? its new its fresh its exciting..

I like having a new kit once a year, when the new season comes around, we have a transfer or two, a new kit and there comes that feeling that, any failures from last year are forgotten, this is a new start, a clean slate and this is our chance to take a clean sweep of the trophys again, we will be back in the Champions league and the adventure will start again. For me a new season without a NEW kit, just isn't the same. So wether or not its done for commercial reasons who gives a crap, in fact great! more money to the club can only be a good thing.


The new kit range is called 'Gingham' this is a reference to the chequered tartan styling, Liam Gallagher a die hard Manchester City fan may not be too happy with united going Gingham after him sporting a lot of Gingham for himself and his clothing range 'Pretty Green' in the past.
Gingham would appear not just to be a choice of style but a statement as the club of the people of Manchester, as Gingham production began in Manchester in the 1800's, so if anything it's an homage to Manchester itself


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2012/2013 Socks & Shorts

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