It’s official folks.
We finally have the official pictures from Manchester United showcasing the new 2007/2008 home kit (due to launch on 1st August in the game against Inter Milan, methinks).
What can we say about the kit? It’s all red, with the United crest on the right and the Nike swoosh on the left. The AIG logo doesn’t look as bad as last year, except it’s the same of course and it’s just us getting used to it. White shorts and black socks which is fair although I wonder how it would have looked with black shorts instead.
The goalkeeper kit is great; they picked the right shade of blue and it contrasts well with the red home shirt.
What else? Oh yes, the kit 🙂
Click on the thumbnail below to open the full image (and then save it for later viewing):
And in other news, we have reports that Wayne Rooney has been given the #10 shirt. Rooney to be lead striker? God bless SAF. My bet’s on Anderson getting #8 now.
This article first appeared on Soccerlens.com.
Ed: And while we are still talking about kits, here’s a nice little video compilation of United kits from 1892-2007. It’s interesting to see the changes in the kits, the crest and the arrival of shirt sponsors. From humble beginnings, the modern kits have indeed come a long way!
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