Manchester United players have been experiencing issues with their uniforms for the 2023-2024 seasons, according to Mike Keegan in The Daily Mail.
TOO tight socks and non-fitting ACCOUNTABLE PLAYER GOALKEEPER KIT MANCHESTER UNION PLAYERS ARE MENTIONED AS struggling with KIT issues
It is reported that the Manchester United 2023-2024 home socks appear to be tight, and they haven’t been worn after game two. They are most likely to be overly tight due to the graphic design incorporated into them, which hinders the stretching of socks, as per the former Adidas design director Marcus Dilley.
In addition, goalkeeper Andre Onana’s authentic match jersey is small and has used a copy instead. For the most recent matches, wearing the original kit the goalkeeper opted for the larger size. This resulted in a shirt that was too large.
It’s unclear whether the issues with kit could have impacted the performance of players in the field, however Adidas is reportedly in the process of figuring out solutions.
Manchester United Kit Issues – Important Information
- Manchester United players struggling with kits issues since the beginning of the 2023-2024 campaign.
- Home socks that are too tight They haven’t worn them since game 2.
- Onana Keeper jersey is large, therefore he has worn the replica (fan) jersey.
- adidas are working on the issue
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