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Manchester United Home Shirt for 2012-13 Season: Leaked Photo

Manchester United 12 13 nike home leaked 1 Manchester United Home Shirt for 2012 13 Season: Leaked Photo

Manchester United’s home shirt for the 2012-13 season will definitely generate a lot of opinion, thanks to a photo which has been leaked on the Internet.

Man United’s new home shirt is a tartan print featuring their dominant red with faint black lines. The tartan print is most probably a mark of honor to celebrate Sir Alex Ferguson’s 25 years as manager of Manchester United.

The red shirt designed by Nike features a black v-neck collar, while the back of the shirt doesn’t feature too many surprises.

Manchester United 12 13 nike home leaked 2 Manchester United Home Shirt for 2012 13 Season: Leaked Photo

If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s a photo of Manchester United’s away shirt for 2012-13.

What’s your opinion regarding Man United’s new home shirt? Share your opinion below. And don’t listen to the trolls or naysayers who may claim this is a fake design. There are always a bunch of them complaining, but nine times out of ten they are proven wrong.

H/T Football Shirt Culture


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