Picture: Manchester United unveil vile fourth kit, available in limited quantities

Images Via: Footy Headlines

It seems that, in football these days, clubs tend to have at least three new kits every season.

Manchester United were amongst the front-runners of that trend, although I find it shocking that they’re allowed to do so. Parents with several children, having to fork out around the £100 mark for a full kit will find it tough to keep everyone happy, but that’s a story for another day.

The Red Devils have seemingly gone one further this season. The excellent Footy Headlines have got their hands on United’s new fourth kit… and it’s absolutely vile.

Apparently, it’s a ‘digital’ kit, first and foremost. Although the club will be able to wear it in an official game if they so choose, while limited quantities will be available for fans to buy.

It’s based on the Adidas EQT kit from the 1990s, but as you can see, it couldn’t be further away from classic United jerseys. Honestly, I just don’t get it…

Stuff like this just reaffirms the belief that these days, football is more about money than anything else. I guess it has always been a business, but when you see a new sponsorship deal signed every other week, or some new United jersey coming out, it just feels as though things are going a bit too far.

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