Many Liverpool fans have been reacting to reported leaked images of the LFC clothing products that will be produced by Nike for the 2021/22 campaign.
The Reds were able to sign a contract with the American sportswear giants after winning a high court battle against New Balance, who accused them of breaching the terms of their old deal (via The Guardian).
As a result, Liverpool started the current season in shirts made by Nike for the very first time in the club’s long and illustrious history.
OFOBALL released a number of drawn up images of next season’s training kit range, which they say will be used for next season’s European campaign.
Some of the jackets, particularly the red one with the grey and yellow trim, appear to take influence from the kit that was worn when Liverpool won the European Cup, their fourth crown, in 1984.
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Because of this, some supporters were delighted with what they saw and got themselves excited about seeing the players wearing them, albeit not everyone was convinced they were genuine.
Fans gush over Nike gear images
That tracky by with the yellow and grey stripe is phenomenal. But won’t be official
These mock ups are always better than the gear that gets produced.
— Shinko (@jonshinko76) November 11, 2020
Proper love this
— Ryallzey (@ryallzey82) November 11, 2020
— BeersOfAnfieldRoad (@BeersofAnfield) November 11, 2020
3rd one looks a bit like the one from Joe Fagans era as Manager. Very retro and cool designs them pic.twitter.com/bDUh5fPRpK
— Jamie Griffiths Ⓜ️ (@jamiekopite) November 11, 2020
This one looks class!!
— Damo the unbearable (@DMoughton) November 11, 2020
Fan of this me 👌👌 pic.twitter.com/9Myr9kne6v
— Walton Breck 305 (@Breck305) November 11, 2020
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