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AC Milan Unveil New 2014/15 Home And Third Kits – Red And Black And Creamy All Over (Photos)

By Chris Wright

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After a duff season, AC Milan have rolled out their new kits for next season in a bid to cheer themselves up – launching both a new home strip and third strip which will be worn in the club’s remaining two Serie A fixtures of 2013/14.

For the first time ever, the Milan home strip will feature red and black stripes of differing widths and colour tones – which is a fairly big deal, at least when it comes to Milan kits.

The left breast of the jersey will also be adorned with a modern re-hash of the club’s original Saint George badge.

The creamy third kit is supposedly modelled on the colours of the Brazilian flag (yellow-ish and green-ish) in order to pay tribute, not only to the nation that will be hosting the World Cup in a couple of months, but to the many Brazilian players who have written their names into the fabled history of the Rossoneri over the years.

Looks more like a tribute to butterscotch Angel Delight if you ask us.

What’s your verdict, Pies fans?

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By Chris on May 6th, 2014 in Kits & fashion, Photos, Serie A. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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3 Responses to “AC Milan Unveil New 2014/15 Home And Third Kits – Red And Black And Creamy All Over (Photos)”

  1. CMDG says:

    Home kit is one the nicest Milan tops in years. Third kit is horrible

  2. Ross says:

    Not a bad effort. Like the home, great to see a new design

  3. Savicevic's goal against Barca says:

    Looks quite similar to the centenary kit. That was an instant classic.

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