Manchester City Home Jersey For 09/10 Season Revealed


There have been plenty of unofficial leaks of Manchester City’s new home jersey for the 2009-2010 season. And there have been glimpses of the shirt unveiled through official channels too. But with the transfer signing of Carlos Tevez, who was unveiled to the media and public today, we can now officially reveal the Manchester City jersey for the 09-10 season.

Designed and manufactured by Umbro, the shirt carries over similar qualities from the new England shirt in its focus on creating a simple but effective design that evokes a lot of tradition and adds a lot of character.

With most of the new kits for the 09-10 Premier League season failing miserably, creating one of the worst seasons in years based on aesthetic quality, it’s refreshing to see Umbro produce a shirt that’s definitely going to be a fan favorite throughout England and the rest of the world.

With today’s signing of Carlos Tevez and the imminent arrival of Emmanuel Adebayor to Manchester City, it makes you wonder what other signings we’ll see between now and the end of August in the sky blue colours of City.

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13 thoughts on “Manchester City Home Jersey For 09/10 Season Revealed”

  1. Thanks again Sheikh Mansour and welcome to City Carlito! One of my favorite players in the world… now in sky blue.

    It’s unbelievable how exciting it is to think of Barry, Ireland, Robinho and Tevez working magic all over the Prem next season.

  2. How many forwards does one team need, admittedly you have some top talent in there but why go for adebayor when you already have Robinho, Bojinov, Tevez, Bellamy, Santa Cruz, Benjani, Young Ched Evans, Caicedo and don’t forget Jo is still on the books. (What I’m trying to say is can we borrow a few of your forwards as my team have none!)

    1. I’m very happy City have bought Adebayor, Santa Cruz and Tevez because when Robinho got subbed last season the replacement wasn’t of equal quality and we had to make do with Evans, Sturridge or Caicedo. Benjani was always injured, Bellamy got injured and Bojinov wasn’t at full fitness and Jo wasn’t even Hughes’ or Sheikh Mansours decision to buy. We now have enough competition and firepower to score goals and at last have quality subs coming on, unlike in the past whereby the subs didn’t even do anything worthwhile. In the Premier League you need excellent prolific strikers and backups for the 1st team. Could you honestly see Evans/Caicedo terrorising defences week in week out scoring bags of goals if Robinho, Wright-Phillips or Ireland got long-term injuries?. Who would replace Gerrard or Van der Sar or Lampard if they got injured?

  3. Exactly! And wasn’t it their defense that was the real problem last season!
    I have to say though, I’d rather a team with too many forwards than too few.
    Perhaps they are just buying forwards first, then they’ll start shopping for midfielders, then defenders and then a nice new goaly for Xmas.

  4. I think that City should change their motto to “The best defense is a good offense”

    Peter don’t forget to include SWP, Elano, Petrov & Ireland who are all attacking midfielders, not to mention that they are linked with/agreed a fee for (depending which story you read) Adebayor.

    To be fair to City they are also trying to buy Lescott, Lucio, & Terry which would have to count as an improvement to their defensive ranks.

  5. Props to Umbro. Simple is always better. First a masterclass job with the England kit and now this clean kit of beauty. Portsmouth and Tottenham should hang their head in shame, and all their fellow mid-table finishers should look on in admiration.

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