Modern Football Is Rubbish: Man Utd To Actually Sell Limited Quantity Of Hideous ‘EA Sports Digital Fourth Kit’ Designed For FIFA 19 (Photos)

Chris Wright

23rd, November 2018


As if the replica football kit racket wasn’t already enough of a swindle, Manchester United are gearing up to sell you a strip that doesn’t *actually exist*.

Well, it will exist, sort of, but only as a “digital concept” within the confines of FIFA 19 – as in, it won’t ever be worn by United players at any point, but gamers will be able to wear it while pwning newbz online.

This ‘Adidas x EA Sports Manchester United’ abomination has been designated as the club’s fourth kit and released solely for use within the game.

However, joy beyond joys, Adidas have also announced that “limited quantities” of the grotesque neon leopard skin shirt will be produced and put on sale…

Image: Footy Headlines

The price? Footy Headlines, who are almost impervious when it comes to this kind of thing, reckon it’ll set you back around €90.

Adidas aren’t just limiting the fleecing to United fans either, with similarly wild ‘digital kits’ also being knocked out for Bayern Munich, Juventus and Real Madrid.

That’s a cool €360 for the lot.

The worst part? Pies are 100% confident that there are already people forming a digital queue to snap these things up.

Something, somewhere has gone terribly wrong.

Posted in FAIL, Kits & fashion, Man Utd

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  1. VieuxSang says:

    Furries. Behold their influence on sport, fashion and gaming. Suppose a buggerer’s kit won’t be too far off. What will that look like?

  2. Bruno says:

    The only thing Man United cares now is marketing. And how high they are on Forbes’ lists – and I a Man United fan.

    PS: the kit is just horrible.

  3. Red Devil says:

    I really hope he leaves Man United. He’s been there for 3 years and his consistency levels are close to zero. He can make great tackles but he’s just not a player you can trust, plus he’s always injured. I rather have Smalling at the back (that’s how bad we are at the moment).

    When he eventually leaves, I think he’ll just disappear… like Mkhitaryan, Nani, Januzaj, Rafael, Fabio, Schneiderlin, Anderson, Kagawa, Macheda and even Falcao and Di Maria. And that is just a proof of how bad the recruitment has been over the past 10 years or so.

    People say that the problem is the manager, not the players, ok – maybe, but the players that moved on aren’t exactly shining elsewhere, are they? This will happen to Bailly, Rashford, Pereira and probably Herrera and Lukaku too, although I really like Herrera’s attitude. That’s my opinion.

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