Newcastle United’s away shirt for the 2011-12 Premier League season will be orange, as seen in the above leaked photo.
Pictured in a shop window, there’s no doubt that Newcastle’s away shirt for the upcoming season is distinctly orange. The shirt design, which follows one of Puma’s design templates, features two black diagonal lines across the upper chest. Meanwhile, the Puma logos and sponsor name are shown in white.
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