Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have been fuming at a post from Alasdair Gold about the ‘leaked’ new Spurs shirts for next season.
As per Football.London, images of the home, away, third and fourth kits have been mooted, as well as a design for a warm-up top.
Gold describes the home shirt, manufactured by Nike, as bearing a distinct pattern on the white material and has a navy collar, with a yellow trim, and navy shoulder stripes.
The away jersey is predominantly green and is not a colour typically associated with the north London club’s away shirts, as per the journalist.
The images for the other strips have been provided by Footy Headlines as the third shirt is yellow and will bring back the popular retro colour for Jose Mourinho’s side, according to Gold.
There may also be a fourth kit, which the more cynical might suggest presents four different ways to make money out of fans, as per the writer.
Finally, there are pre-match and training tops, with some garish and some plain.
These THFC supporters were fuming at Gold’s tweet as images of the ‘leaked’ kits emerged:
Worst collection of kits we’ve ever had if these are real. All terrible except the yellow kit! 😩
— 𝕁𝕒𝕞𝕖𝕤 ℂ𝕒𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣𝕞𝕠𝕝𝕖 (@catflap1979) April 27, 2020
absolutely none, my kids aren’t keen either
— Fiona (@LilywhiteFi) April 27, 2020
Home is too busy and the rest are just random shirts with the crest thrown on
— Kyle Mahnke (@Kyle_Mahnke) April 27, 2020
That home kit is absolutely horrendous. The training top is clean, if only we could make that one of our in-game kits
— dave ~ Pitter Patter (@SpursyDave) April 27, 2020
First kit is awful 😥
— Koval (@nickokoval) April 27, 2020
The home shirt is disgusting
— StevieD (@_steviejd_) April 27, 2020
Home shirt it awful. What’s with the weird bands on the shoulders? Maybe it’s a grower but initial thought, maybe buy the green one, more likely the training top, but can’t see myself with the home shirt sadly.
— Wiebley (@HungryinSurrey) April 27, 2020
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