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03rd Apr 2024

Man United won’t wear away shirt again this season

Callum Boyle

Man United

The Red Devils won’t wear the green and white kit again this season

Manchester United will not their away shirt again this season, according to the Daily Mail.

The Red Devils wore their green and white striped away kit against Brentford on Saturday night. 

The 1-1 draw, however, will reportedly be the final time the team will wear the strip during this campaign.

Man United have nine Premier League games left to play this season, and an FA Cup semi-final against Coventry City at Wembley.

Following the draw with Brentford on Saturday night, Man United players gave their green and white stripes to fans who travelled to watch them in West London.

Captain Bruno Fernandes is said to have come up with the idea for the players to give away the jerseys to travelling supporters as a gesture of goodwill.

BRENTFORD, ENGLAND – MARCH 30: Casemiro of Manchester United reacts after the Premier League match between Brentford FC and Manchester United at Gtech Community Stadium on March 30, 2024 in Brentford, England. (Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images)

United fans glad to see the back of shirt

The jersey wasn’t overly popular with fans on social media when it was released. 

Erik ten Hag’s side have only won one Premier League game in the green and white shirt – a 2-1 victory away to Sheffield United in October.

In the Premier League, Man United have lost to Arsenal and Nottingham Forest in the away kit, and drew with Liverpool and Brentford wearing the kit.

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