Manchester City fans have slated their club’s new third kit as the ‘worst ever’.
City launched their £70 jersey on Wednesday featuring a bold new design.
The Premier League champions have DITCHED the traditional club badge.
Instead, the dark navy top simply bears the words ‘Man City’ across the chest, with the badge subtle printed in the background.
Indeed, the top appears to resemble a training shirt instead of an actual game-day jersey.
And disgruntled City fans were quick to criticise the dramatic new move.
Another said: “I can’t wait for this to be in the clearance bin for £4.99 at the end of the season so I can still not buy it. Appalling.”
One added: “This is genuinely the worst kit I have ever seen. Apologies to City, but it is what it is.”
The striking red-and-blue third top was slammed by Blues fans revealed.
And many compared to the home kit of London rivals Crystal Palace.
The shirt made its debut in the 3-3 draw at relegated West Brom, prompting others to add Chelsea not only looked like Palace but played like them too.
In December, almost 2,000 people voted it the WORST football kit in the world.