It’s safe to say that the United fans are unimpressed with their new rumoured ‘Snakeskin’ away kit after it got leaked in India and virally circulated on Social Media.
It comes only a few days after the Red Devils unveiled their home kit earlier this week.
The ‘Snakeskin’ kit as some United fans call it is Beige is coloured Beige instead of the Pink used this season.
Although there has been no official word from the club regarding the authenticity of the Fabric, the design has undoubtedly left the fans fuming.
Dev Bhatia shared the first images of the rumoured kit and the Mancunian faithful have taken to social media since to unleash their fury.
The reactions ranged from “like it has a severe disease” to “matches our performances.”
Look away Adidas, if this is your doing:
— Dev Bhatia (@devbhatia) May 17, 2019
Not mad keen on that print. 😕🐍 Although it would be quite fitting for some of the first team. 😬 pic.twitter.com/oWjBdbF6O2
— 👑 Kitkingdom 🔴⚪️⚫️ (@Kitkingdom83) May 17, 2019
Matches our performances
— Michael Burns (@MickeyBurns__) May 17, 2019
much more appropriate for the current state of the club, ambition (on the pitch) of the board and position in the league.
— Narek Verdian (@NarekVerdian) May 17, 2019
— Ben. (@BenGrace_) May 17, 2019
How can you get the home kit bang on and frick this much up on an away kit 🤔🤮
— Taha Saeed (@realTahaSaeed) May 17, 2019
this kit looks like it has a severe disease
— Dan (@DanSaunders57) May 17, 2019
Nice! They made it out of cardboard, like our defense
— Marco (@marco_10R) May 17, 2019
Not sure what’s worse. The shirt or our performances this season. Horrible!
— Krishna Anand (@KrishnaAnand_) May 17, 2019
One United fan, in particular, went on to say that the Jersey “was worthy of the Europa League.”
Many more Mancunian’s were bemused with one fan questioning “not sure what’s worse. The shirt or our performances this season”
While another joking “made it out of cardboard, like our defence.”
It comes merely after a few days when United were highly praised for their home strip paying tribute to their memorable treble-winning season of 1999.
The design includes a gold stitched dedicatory crest design embossed in Bold Black with the minutes of Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s iconic stoppage time goals printed on every sleeve and the dates of the club’s three European triumphs shown at the base of the T-shirt.
It is not a good start for United if the away kit has not gone down well with the fans already aware of the fact that their campaign will start early in pursuit of the Europa League.