It may seem only five minutes ago that Jordan Henderson lifted the Premier League trophy in an empty Anfield, but it’s only a fortnight before the new season kicks off on 12 September and kit manufactures have wasted no time designing egregiously priced holes in punters’ pockets. Still, new kits are one of the best flavours of anticipation to a season and, despite all the changes to football in current times, this is one thing that remains the same. Here, we take a look at all the new strips released: home and away; goalkeeper and third; dull and interesting; ugly and beautiful. Arsenal Arsenal’s new kit, worn above by the triumphant Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – just before he dropped the FA Cup – is a classy, round-collared affair. It is a darker, deeper red than previous iterations, almost burgundy, with a zig-zag pattern. The goalkeeper kit is an extremely goth metal black. The away kit is yet to be confirmed but going by the poor staffer who uploaded it to Asos pre-embargo (as well as a blue third kit), it looks as though it will be a white and red marble effect. The marble is meant to be a hat tip… Read full this story
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