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What's the story with the shorts from Man United's new Champions League kit?

Adidas have unveiled the club’s third strip today.

MANCHESTER UNITED HAVE gone back to black for their new third kit.

Manufacturers Adidas today officially unveiled the black and orange strip, which the Premier League club will wear for away matches in the Champions League.

One unique feature is the faded design on the shorts, as modelled here by Juan Mata.

Mata black kit Source: Twitter/ManUtd

According to Adidas, it’s a throwback to this classic jersey from the early 1990s.

PA-36651 Ryan Giggs and Liverpool's Ray Houghton back in 1992. Source: EMPICS Sport

The inclusion of the Aztec-style graphic on the shorts has been dividing opinion among fans, but what are your thoughts?


Poll Results:

I actually like them (1775)
Awful, just awful (855)
No opinion either way (370)



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