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We reveal ours at 10am
 

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wish they didn't bother

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the Aviva logo has never looked right on our shirt but this is taking it to a whole new level. awful.
 

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Looks like a Blackburn kit in Norwich colours...
 

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Yeah the Aviva logo makes the kit look pretty ugly. It's far too big and it doesn't mix in with the green side.

I was hoping for the 92'93 Norwich shirt, but oh well....
 

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Our kit is ruined by the horrible block behind the aviva logo. Would've been a nice kit without that.

It's halves because it's the anniversary of our move to Carrow Road and we wore halves in the first few seasons.
 

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I don't mind the kit really. A bit different.

The Aviva logo never looks great to be honest. It's too big, and blue...
 

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Our kit is ruined by the horrible block behind the aviva logo. Would've been a nice kit without that.

It's halves because it's the anniversary of our move to Carrow Road and we wore halves in the first few seasons.

I don't mind the kit really. A bit different.

The Aviva logo never looks great to be honest. It's too big, and blue...

I had a play on photoshop...

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Think it'd look so much better without that massive yellow block.
 

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It would be good if the new United kit was the same as the 1992 kit in honour of the class of 92 but obviously that won't happen.

Adidas are planning on a retro-inspired United range after the release of the official kits.
 

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Norwich look like jockeys.
 

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Pretty sure these are our new shirts for the season. I really like them all for a change.

Probably like the black one the most out of those 3

Have to disagree, Niall. I like how adidas have echoed some old United kits they made back in the day. They shoulda gone with the old skool adidas logo too, mind. The black one for me is too similar to generic new adidas kits, especially with the single colour badge. Don't think that looks great in red on that shirt.

Anyone wanna buy a video btw?

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That away kit is nice, Benteke looks like he is about to levitate and Agbonlahor is telling you to keep it a secret.
 

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That away kit is nice, Benteke looks like he is about to levitate and Agbonlahor is telling you to keep it a secret.
Agbonhlahor looks like he's picking a giant bogey from his nostril, Scott Sinclair about to drop the hottest mixtape of the year, Ciaran Clark just checking Benteke's prostate incase he needs some medical work done.
 

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The picture is also strange, as it has four home kits against the two away kits and their positions in the photo isn't coordinated at all.
 

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Well Benteke and Delph will be off soon so it'll be perfectly symmetrical for you then.
 

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Agbonhlahor looks like he's picking a giant bogey from his nostril, Scott Sinclair about to drop the hottest mixtape of the year, Ciaran Clark just checking Benteke's prostate incase he needs some medical work done.
Kudos for recognising Ciaran Clark. I had literally no idea who that was.

I also thought Delph was Dion Dublin.
 

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Vitality Health, an arm of the Prudential insurance and investments group, which has it's head office in Bournemouth, has done a deal with AFCB. The technical terms of the contract are: 'here's a shit ton of cash for as long as you're in the Prem'

Currently Vitality Health do some sponsorship stuff with Arsenal and Man City, but they're really going for it with us. I'd like to think it's because they have some local pride in where they're based, but I'm sure we're just cheaper :lol:

So the stadium naming rights for starters, Dean Court's latest daft cash-cow name will be the Vitality Stadium. Also the company's colour is pink, so to keep the club "on brand" our away kit is we're told going to be pink. "Think Real Madrid's pink away kit" to quote.

In combination with the shirt sponsorship deal with Mansion group, our commercial department are swimming in a sea of £50 notes as we speak. Whilst another little chunk of AFCB's soul is sadly lost.

I'll stick up some pink pics once it's released. I haven't seen it, but I'm told it's actually not as bad as it sounds. I'll reserve judgement..
 
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Vitality Health, an arm of the Prudential insurance and investments group, which has it's head office in Bournemouth, has done a deal with AFCB. The technical terms of the contract are: 'here's a shit ton of cash for as long as you're in the Prem'

Currently Vitality Health do some sponsorship stuff with Arsenal and Man City, but they're really going for it with us. I'd like to think it's because they have some local pride in where they're based, but I'm sure we're just cheaper :lol:

So the stadium naming rights for starters, Dean Court's latest daft cash-cow name will be the Vitality Stadium. Also the company's colour is pink, so to keep the club "on brand" our away kit is we're told going to be pink. "Think Real Madrid's pink away kit" to quote.

In combination with the shirt sponsorship deal with Mansion group, our commercial department are swimming in a sea of £50 notes as we speak. Whilst another little chunk of AFCB's soul is sadly lost.

I'll stick up some pink pics once it's released. I haven't seen it, but I'm told it's actually not as bad as it sounds. I'll reserve judgement..

Welcome to the Premier League, where clubs sell their souls for sausage rolls.
 

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