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Manchester City Home Shirt for 2010-11 Season: Leaked Photo

manchester city home shirt Manchester City Home Shirt for 2010 11 Season: Leaked Photo

Manchester City’s new home shirt for the 2010-11 season will look very similar to its current design except with a few changes, according to a photo that has been leaked on the Internet.

If this is in fact the new Manchester City home shirt, the most noticeable differences are the collar change. Last season’s shirt had a white rounded collar. The new one features a different styled collar and is sky blue like the rest of the shirt. Also at the back of the neck of the shirt, there’s a small embroidered design that resembles a miniature Manchester City scarf. The other noticeable difference on the shirt is the raised fabric line that outlines the shoulder. Other than that, it looks like the shirt features white trim at the end of the sleeves. However, it’s difficult to ascertain whether that is white trim or simply a reflection from the shirt.

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