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Outrage over low cut neckline on Manchester United's women's kit


A number of fans have questioned the design of the new Manchester United shirt for women.

Manchester United revealed their new kit for the upcoming Premier League season after their world record £750 million deal with Adidas reached its 1 August start date earlier today.

While the men's strip has gone down reasonably well with fans on Twitter, the same cannot be said of the women's strip which has seen a number of people hit out at adidas for the plunging neckline.

United have worn Nike kits ever since they changed from Umbro in 2002, but opted to return to adidas after signing a bumper new deal.

Adidas were previously United's sponsor between 1980 and 1992.

While the general opinion appears to be one of disgust for the new design, there are some spectators who have given the shirt a big thumbs up.


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