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Manchester City Home Shirt for the 2014-15 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

manchester city 2014 home shirt Manchester City Home Shirt for the 2014 15 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

Photos of Manchester City’s home shirt for the 2014/15 season have been leaked on the Internet.

The Premier League champions will be wearing a new sky blue shirt with navy blue trim. The biggest differences in the shirt design are the unusual collar design (which is being termed a Johnny Collar). Inside the back of the neck of the shirt, it reads “We are Cityzens,” which will probably feature a new marketing campaign to play into the new slogan.

Personally, I’m not a fan of the new design. Ever since Nike has taken charge of designing the City kits, they’ve been unimaginative in design and not as strong as any of the Umbro kits.

What’s your opinion? Share it in the comments section below.

manchester city home shirt closeup Manchester City Home Shirt for the 2014 15 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

 

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4 Responses to Manchester City Home Shirt for the 2014-15 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

  1. Shannon says:

    Agreed with the Nike opinion. The recent national team kits by them are all lacking and this new City shirt is boring.

  2. Flyvanescence says:

    Umbro was better definitely

  3. ALAN MEADOWS says:

    Ahh, yes, now I see it, the badge is a different colour than the one on the shirt from two years ago, otherwise just the same

  4. Aaron says:

    Nike phones it in…again.

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