Any Milan kit of this period, when Italy’s Serie A was the envy of the world, would be a worthy entry but this away kit gets the nod for its simplicity and its understated sponsor text and logos. You could pick out almost any of Inter’s iconic Nerazzurri home strips, but this one was so good they won the domestic Treble of Serie A, Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in it. Like the Chelsea team at the time it was a bit of a mess (player-manager Gullit was sacked midway through the season) but also a success (they won the League Cup and Cup Winners’ Cup). When you look at this kit you instantly see Totti — hair in a band, No. 10 on his back, strutting like a Roman deity. A bit like Oasis’ music, it seems a bit bland on the surface, but look a little deeper and you can see so much more, including a pseudo-holographic pattern of the manufacturer’s logo that is typical of the period.
Worn by famous fan Noel Gallagher before Oasis’ iconic gig at the club’s old Maine Road ground in 1996, and it’s one of City’s best. The club’s monogram on the socks is a nice touch, too. Still, they looked nice doing it. We stay in Ireland for this beauty of a sash kit from a club not afraid of doing things differently. Plus they are probably the only team bold enough to pull off a purple-and-pink sash. You can’t go wrong with a sash. This was the first time in their history that Mexico had gone with an away kit that wasn’t white or burgundy. After Manchester City unveiled a bright cerise colored away kit, Liverpool went for an luminous orange jersey and Manchester United released a grey and white shirt, this jersey is a little more subtle. This was Kappa’s first Roma shirt, and they brought with them the club’s first Scudetto in 18 years and only the third in their history.
The multinational nature of the squad has also helped increase the club’s popularity here in the US. Together, we ended the club’s nine-year trophy drought, and brought long needed silverware back to the fans who deserved it. Fans and neutrals loved this kit ahead of the tournament in France, but their manager, Marc Wilmots, not so much. The 1993/94 away shirt left fans feeling like the top was an advert for Adidas rather than an Arsenal jersey due to the fact that there were large stripes down the front. Real always seem to produce good away kits, but this sleek black effort with those iconic three Adidas stripes in gold is among the best. It takes real confidence to wear purple, and La Viola have always been able to pull it off. Leaked images appear to show the alternative jersey the Gunners will wear for the 2017/18 campaign. The decision has prompted an angry reaction among supporters and ex-players, especially as the decision emerged on the same day the Gunners paid Atletico Madrid £45 million to sign Thomas Partey. Later on Sunday, Ozil was pictured leaving for Turkey and it is believed that he will sign a contract with the Super Lig giants on Monday.
Win £250,000 for free with Super 6! Had Anderson and subsequent other black players not battled through, would Raheem Sterling, Bukayo Saka, Kalvin Phillips and Kyle Walker be able to play free of such ignorance and venom on Wednesday? Ozil is expected to join Fenerbahce as a free agent once an early termination of his Arsenal contract – which had been due to expire in the summer – is finalised. Ozil told Fenerbahce’s club TV channel. “Then, during last year’s World Cup, he told me ‘I want to do this bigger. Huth’s career is a story told in two parts: the first was a struggle to establish himself as a youngster at Chelsea, and the second was a pivotal role guiding Leicester City to an unlikely title. The United States’ thrilling victory at the Women’s World Cup in 1999 was echoed 20 years later in this Nike kit that the USWNT wore as they cruised to their fourth world title in France. The 2019 Women’s World Cup was an ultimately disappointing one for France as they went out to eventual winners the USWNT in the quarterfinals, but their highlight came beating Brazil in the round of 16 wearing this Nike away kit.
The drawn-out saga that witnessed Alexis Sanchez join United from Arsenal, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan went the other way, finally found its conclusion today. Mane & Co. went out in the quarterfinals to Cameroon. 90s. This was a special design that was only worn during the World Cup finals, and it worked as Romania made it all the way to the quarterfinals in their best showing at the tournament. His team’s own Tour de France ended in defeat to Wales in the quarterfinals. Time for heroes to wear it. Baciccia was placed on the sleeves by Errenne (him again) in 1980, leaving space for the Italian shield that teams who have won the Scudetto get to wear the following season on the chest, as Mancini is modelling here. They won the 1974 League Cup in a version of this, but Umbro added black logos down the sleeves to really set it off. The gold was added not to celebrate their recent Champions League victory, but the London 2012 Olympics. Any kit with gold is going to catch our eye.