Just when it looked like Newcastle were ready to furnish themselves with a super sleek new kit for their return to the Premier League, leaked images suggest they've gone and ruined the whole vibe with a tacky-as-you-like sponsors logo.
Last month, a batch of photoscirculated on social media purporting to be the Toon's lovely new strip, which hinted at areturn forthe old polo-style collar, narrowed stripes and a special '125th anniversary' club crest.
Manchester United have released their new away kit for next season, and it's grey.
The dark, silvery strip is inspired by United's 1992 away kit, from which has been lifted the tessellating 'trefoil' motif copying old ideas or "reconnecting with the past to connect with the future", as Adidas so succinctly put it.
Liverpool have unveiled their new home kit for 2017/18 and, as always, the only variable is what colour the trim is this time.
Spoiler: it's white.
To mark the club's 125th anniversary, there's also a very slightly re-jigged badgeon the chest...
The New Balance strip features the club's commemorative crest for the first time, with the Liver bird emblem flanked by ‘1892' and ‘2017' embroidered onto the breast of the shirt – a unique element of the team's kits for the next campaign.
Just as promised, Denmark turned out in a special, pristine all-white kit for their opening 2018 World Cup qualifieragainst Liechtenstein last night to symbolise a "fresh start"for them as an international team.
The Danes then waited until the following day to roll out their new home kit proper, which is if you'll excuse the excess saliva a thing of true beauty.
We wake up this morning to the news that a lot of us thought possible. Daniel Levy is a money
making, business genius. Yes that's right. Everything Levy does is in the interest of the club.
Most spurs fans came to that conclusion some time ago with some of his transfer dealings but with
the news that we may start the season without a main sponsor his business acumen has come to the
fore once again.
I am not personally a White Hart Lane man but I have to say I am mighty impressed by this retro
look that is apparently going to be what the likes of Ledley King (when not having titanium knees
fitted) will be wearing next term. Thanks to the excellent Who Ate All The Pies
for bringing this to our attention.
Everyone loves leaked pictures of up and coming kits and we are no different. Thankfully this
one looks like the real deal and isn't photographed by Mr Magoo. This White Kit looks pretty smart
actually but in many ways it would make a lot of sense if Old Trafford supporters chose to not buy
it and therefore avoid giving more money to the Glazers.
So apparently the kit for next season has been leaked and I think they look pretty good. Clearly
the imprint over the sponsor is just an ad for a supporters website so just look at the shirt
design itself and imagine a sponsor on top of it. The white away shirt is the best in my
With Liverpool set to replace long term sponsor Carlsberg next season we handed the task to our
photoshop expert to come up with what the new sponsors would look like on the kits! This is what he
came up with!
The Daily Mail says Liverpool have two financial institutions favourites Standard
Chartered Bank and Prudential competing for their shirt sponsorship contract and prepared to pay
upwards of Â£15m-a-year, almost double the current agreement with Carlsberg.
Based on the leaked images they've seen in recent weeks, Footy Headlines have gone ahead and mocked up an image of whatthey expect Newcastle United's new 125th anniversary shirt will look like.
With a strict monochrome design, narrowed stripes and a polo collar, the 2017/18 Toon jersey will hark back to a simpler, better time a time when the front of their kits weren't plastered with tacky adverts for loan sharks and leisurewear workhouses.
There was much made of the photos of Granit Xhaka being "leaked" just after he confirmed his contract with Arsenal, but now all the hullabaloo has died down surrounding our new arrival, perhaps it's time that we discussed what we think of the new Puma Home Kit. First of all here is the official description [.
So, seemingly weeks after everyone else the club and Puma decided to finally let us have a look
at the kits for next year. Of course we can't buy them yet. No, you'll have to wait for that. Until
September 14th if you want the home or away kit. Coincidentally after the transfer window is
Our new kit has been released and, thankfully, it's a beauty. By the standards of last season
anyway. It's simple, classy, elegant and very Tottenham. It'll certainly make you feel better about
parting with that hard earned Â£40.
But who needs words when simple pictures can tell a better story?
Go on, drool. It's okay. We all have.
Whether these below pictures are indeed our new kits for the coming season or not, you have to
admit they're pretty sensational. We have it on good word that the images before your eyes are
indeed photoshopped. But, subtract the sponsor logo, and you're left with what everyone is pretty
certain is our new, Champions League playing attire.
Here's one that just crept onto my radar. For those of you still recoiling in distaste at this
seasons brand on kits, lovingly provided by Puma, help may be on the way. Hidden in the middle of
this Newcastle themed article comes the tantalising news that Tottenham and Adidas on reportedly
are on the verge of a new deal.
Red is the new white in New England for at least the next two years.
After years of wearing a white secondary kit, the New England Revolution went with red and lots of it for its new secondary look, which was officially unveiled at the House of Blues in Boston on Tuesday.
Hey everyone, it's 1980 again! Everyone be sure to invest in Apple and IBM... and avoid New Coke
at all costs...
Seriously, this was the home jersey in 1980. Add a new corporate logo and change the kit sponsor
from Adidas to Nike, and there's really not that big of a difference.
Now, there's a distinct possibility that I'm going to do the exact same thing I did with last
year's kit (dislike initially, grow to strongly dislike, slowly soften stance, begin to appreciate
it, and, ultimately, buy a bootleg design from Turkey).
If Nike's UK website is to be believed, then we have the above design to look forward to next
The image depicts Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Park Ji-Sung, and Paul Scholes in
apparel obviously designed with next season in mind. The source page for the image has since been
taken down by Nike.
Below are two images that savvy/well-informed commenter Blair posted earlier this evening.
They're being reported all over the internets as being the future home and away kits of Manchester
United. Any chance these rumors are real? And if so, what do you think of the design?
Well that's the Bafana Bafana's 16th new jersey in 11 years and let's hope it is the lucky strip
that will take the team past the opening round of the 2010 World Cup.
New Bafana Bafana Jersey
According to Kickoff, "the New Bafana Bafana kit is not much different from the current one,
other than it being a whole lot sleeker and bearing a small South African flag, it was the one
chosen from 21 alternatives by the Bafana players and technical team.
It's been a funny old week in Planet Tottenham. After the Modric mess of last weekend, it's all
gone slightly quiet on that particular front. After the startling admission from Moddle that he
wanted to jump ship and climb aboard the Villas Boas revolution a Stamford Bridge and Daniel Levy's
frank rebuttal of those plans, we were all expecting further fireworks.
Finally the club has announced the pre-sale of the new 2010/11 home, away and third kits. We've
been waiting all summer for the club to finalise the main sponsor. We know the design was completed
months ago because the leaks of the kit came out before the end of last season.
It's all good news financially wise that Levy has held out for the best deal he can get and will
even introduce a revolutionary idea of having more than one sponsor for different competitions.
This is breaking on the Spurs website today - after weeks of protracted negotiating from Mr Levy,
we've landed ourselves a new sponsor.
From the horses mouth (Daniel Levy): "We are delighted to have Autonomy as our new global
partner. I have been impressed with Autonomy's vision and growth for many years, having previously
been an investor.
I could write about why Gareth Bale is deserving of his PFA Player of the Year award or I could
write about why he's not even the second best player in the Spurs side so quite how he won it is
beyond me. I could even discuss the madness of him winning the overall best player award at the
same time as coming second in the young player award.
I watched the Mexico v France game last night and it was good to see our manager watching the
game too. He would have seen the freshness in which Mexico played, the ball was moved very quickly
from defence to attack, the ball stuck to the Mexico players like it had Blue Tack on it even when
it was passed with a vengeance, the swiftness of the attack was like our reserves in an early round
of the Carling Cup.
Peter Saville, who you might know as the man who designed the sleeves to some of Factory Records
most iconic sleeves has been working on a new England shirt, which the team will run out in against
Bulgaria on Friday.
Now some of you may remember last March when we sat looking quizzical at the hype and
ridiculousness that surrounded the unvieling of that kit fake leaked kits, super secrecy, a big
reveal on the pitch, so its kind of surprising that this kit has been a) announced really quite
soon after the last one and b) they've told us what it is instead of making the players wear
trackie tops and the unveil them at the last minute.
It is that time of year again when the LFC Kit rumour mill is in full action. With Liverpool
releasing details of their new home kit at the start of April we thought we would post some pics
rumoured to be the new kits, featuring the new sponsor Standard Chartered! POSSIBLE NEW AWAY KIT
To celebrate their 40 Anniversary, Kaizer Chiefs are teaming up with Nike to launch of the
club's 40th Anniversary Special Edition team kit at a celebratory event at Carlton Centre today
(Thursday, 10 December from 13:00) in Johannesburg.
Kaizer Chiefs 3 â€“ Platinum Stars 1
Amakhosi will be in a very positive mood at the launch of their new kit after Wednesday night's
goalfest against Platinum Stars at Loftus, which made it nine goals in three matches for the