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Sheffield United Home and Away Shirts for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

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League One side Sheffield United have unveiled their home and away shirts for the 2013-14 season.

The Blades, managed by former Everton defender David Weir, recently announced new sponsorship deals with the makers of Football Manager and Pukka Pies. The Football Manager name will be emblazoned on the back of the Sheffield United shirts beginning this coming season.

The famous red and white vertical stripes of Sheffield United return with their new home shirt. Designed by Macron, the design reminds me more of Atletico Madrid than classic Sheffield United kits.

Sheffield United’s away shirt for next season is yellow with a green and white v-neck collar. Looking more closely at the shirt, it’s actually a two-tone yellow striped shirt with a darker yellow alternating with a lighter yellow color.

What’s your opinion about the new Sheffield United home and away shirts for next season? Are there any Blades supporters out there? Share your opinion in the comments section below.


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