Leaked kit? Arsenal to inspire winning belief with Portugal-esque effort?

Nike released the England international kits for the upcoming World Cup campaign today, and that was swiftly followed by supposed leaked kit for next season, with Arsenal’s third kit supposedly being revealed.

Footyheadlines.com have supposedly released the images of the new designs, and a number of fans have reacted badly to the idea.

This kit is remarkably familiar to Portugal’s Euro 2016 winning strip, which was donned in the semi-final of the tournament in which they beat Wales 2-0 to reach the final of the tournament.

Image result for euro 2016 semi final

Many fans reacted badly to the release, but as you will be pleased to know, many of the early released ‘leaked kits’ are rarely proven to be true.

There was a large number of kits released last season which were all claimed to be this season’s third outfit, and none of the early leaks were actually on the button.

Would you buy this kit if it was released come the summer?

Pat J

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11 Comments

  1. ThirdManJW says:

    Luckily I don’t give the club any of my money, and I haven’t for a long time, so it doesn’t affect me!

    1. Sue says:

      You mean you don’t want that top?! ??

  2. GB says:

    Someone has swallowed the spoof report !

  3. USAGooner says:

    What happened to the proposed Adidas deal to replace Puma. The sooner with get rid of Puma the better. No teams who wear Puma win anything. It has to be Adidas or Nike.

    1. Innit says:

      It could be worse. Could be Asda’s GEORGE

    2. John Ibrahim says:

      are you sure?

  4. GB says:

    Tesco F & F.

    1. GB says:

      At least would get club card points!

  5. Stephen says:

    I don’t care about the the 3rd kit. I just want them to win and keep winning. Let pyjamas and win every game I sure would be glad!

  6. OxInTheBox says:

    good kit. better than the yellow shit we wear.

  7. Kenny Rolfe says:

    Back in the sixties we wore an all white strip with red cuffs and red socks. (As seen in the first ever “Match of the Day” away to Liverpool). Whats wrong with that? Keeps our red and white identity

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