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    FOOTBALL fans have got shirty over new replica kit prices — and are sick as parrots over the foul designs of away tops. Tottenham supporters have to fork out more than followers of other clubs in the Premier League, which kicked off for a new season last night. 6A Leeds United fan says their £65 kit looks like a 'biro accident'Credit: instagram A Spurs top will set them back £75 — and the whole kit £150. But fans also took pot-shots at the garish look of some of the second strips. Leeds supporter David Roe grumbled: “I don’t really understand why we have an away kit which just looks like an accident where a biro has been left in a pocket. “I’d far rather we just have a simple yellow or blue away kit. Simple shirts tend to look best. READ MORE FOOTBALL KITSTOAD IN THE GOAL Football team to sport toad-in-the-hole themed kits for new seasonCOLOUR BLOX Roblox fans saw Manchester City's newest kit first “But at least we’re not Southampton - theirs looks like a bad washing powder...
    ARSENAL fans have been left stunned by an apparent leak of the club's new third kit. The north Londoners have already unveiled a new slick black and gold away top for the upcoming season - which Gunners fans flocked to the club shop in their droves for. 3Snippets of Arsenal's new third kid were leaked online earlier this weekCredit: TWITTER 3The kit divided opinion among the Emirates faithfulCredit: TWITTER 3One Arsenal fan likened the new kit toCredit: TWITTER But judging from their reaction to the club's new third kit on social media, the alternative strip club won't be a big seller. On Wednesday afternoon, leaked snaps of the Premier League big boys' new dark pink kit started doing the rounds on social media. Not all of the Emirates faithful were impressed by the strip, with one tweeting: "They look like pyjamas." Another said: "I am not sure Mate…am i going to a Barbie Party?" READ MORE IN SPORTGUNNERS LATEST Icardi offered, Tielemans-Leno swap mooted, Jarrod Bowen boost And another said: "2/10." Another remarked: "Not sure about this colour." Another chimed...
    A WOMAN who got a simple henna tattoo was left mortified after the inking looked like it was drawn on with a cake decorating kit. Mia Orrico, who is from Australia, took to TikTok where she shared a short video of the major blunder. 2Mia Orrico, who is from Australia, asked for a simple henna tattoo which read the date "1971"Credit: miaorrico/Tik Tok 2What Mia got was something completely differentCredit: miaorrico/Tik Tok She captioned the post: "Pleaseeee how do you get it so wrong." In the next clip, she shared a snap of the inking she asked for which read the date "1971" in clear black ink. Pretty simple, huh? Well, think again... What Mia got was something completely different and it looked like it had been drawn on by a toddler rather than by a professional. The post has since racked up an impressed 435,000 views and been inundated with comments. FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today And many were quick to share their amusement...
    HOUSTON, TEXAS -- A Prairie View A&M University graduate wants to close the gap for girls and women of color in STEM.Kristen Wells-Lewis created an educational kit aimed at exposing young black girls to science, technology, engineering and math and teaching them about STEMs unique impact on the cosmetics industry. The kit, called Black to the Lab, includes a series on hands-on activities, complete with lab equipment like goggles and beakers. Each activity gives girls a look into what it takes to create their favorite beauty products. like lip gloss, body scrubs and lotion.Wells-Lewis says the main goal of the kit is to encourage more girls to explore careers in the STEM field. For more information, visit blacktothelab.com.
    JACK WILSHERE will have to splash out on EIGHT Aarhus kits for his kids — because his new club’s first kit is a bit too Spursy. The Arsenal legend, 30, came off the bench to make his eagerly-awaited debut for Danish Superliga side on Friday, sporting a Tottenham-esque white and navy Hummel kit reminiscent of the Gazza era. 2Ex-Gunner Jack Wilshere has been Spurred on to buy Aarhus AWAY topsCredit: Instagram @jackwilshere 2The Aarhus home top is eerily akin to that of Tottenham, Wilshere's former rivalsCredit: EPA However, the former Gunner, who infamously landed himself in hot water for expressing his hatred for Spurs following an FA Cup open-top bus parade in 2015, clearly has not mellowed with age. In his first interview since making his Aarhus Gymnastikforening bow, Wilshere confessed he has already been to the club shop to purchase four sets of the club’s traditional white kit. But he is already plotting a speedy U-turn and will dip into his basic £5,000-a-week salary to another batch of four Aarhus second kits in a much more acceptable shade of...
    THE REDS revealed their third kit for the upcoming season on Wednesday morning - but it hasn't been a huge hit with fans. Nike drew inspiration from flags on the Kop and Liverpool's 1977 European Cup final win with the design of the trim, although others have seen it differently. 6Here is a look at the Liverpool 2021/22 third kitCredit: Nike 6And many fans have likened it to the colours of McDonald's 6Virgil van Dijk models the designCredit: Nike 6Skipper Jordan Henderson in the new Liverpool third kitCredit: Nike The club also continued their history of using yellow in their away and third strips. They haven't used the colour since the 2014-15 season but yellow was a staple of the club's away kits in the 1980's. And during the 1977 European Cup final win in Rome against Borussia Monchengladbach, Liverpool fans adorned the stands of the Stadio Olimpico with red and yellow flags. And after their famous first European triumph the red and yellow flags stuck, and can still be seen on the Kop to...
    It looks like Ford has a solution for Mustang fans who want an electric car, but aren't into the Mach-E. The Ford Performance division has announced that it will introduce an electric crate motor for custom car applications at this November's SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Eluminator borrows its name from Ford's line of Aluminator crate V8s and looks like it was designed to easily swap in for one of them and possibly connect to a standard transmission. Technical details – aside from the 570 mm length of the unit – have not yet been revealed, but Ford says it is intended "for your restomod or project." Who's up for building an electric Crown Vic? CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP It's a similar concept to GM's Electric Connect and Cruise kit that was announced last year. Additional information on the Eluminator will be released closer to the November 2-5 SEMA show. Gary Gastelu is FoxNews.com's Automotive Editor covering the car industry and racing. Follow @foxnewsautos
    MANCHESTER UNITED'S new home kit has been described as 'Sunday League' by some fans. The Red Devils launched their 2020-21 strip on Thursday morning but supporters were not impressed. 6Bruno Fernandes is one of several stars to have modelled Man Utd's new stripCredit: Manchester United FC 6The classic design harks back to United kits of oldCredit: Manchester United FC United said: "TeamViewer's name adorns the shirt, beneath the Adidas logo and iconic Manchester United crest, to make this home shirt feel like an instant classic. "Whilst the ribbed collar and cuffs lock in comfort and a heritage feel." The design is inspired by iconic United kits of the 1960s with the club's new sponsor TeamViewer - a software company - adorning the front. TeamViewer have replaced last season's shirt sponsor Chevrolet. United announced a five-year deal, £235m deal with the global technology company earlier this year. The shirt is plain red with simple white trim around the collar and sleeves. A selection of first team stars including Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw and Bruno Fernandes posed for...
    Culper Precision, a Utah-based gun maker, is no longer producing a kit that makes a real Glock look like a children’s Lego toy after facing intense backlash.  The gun company took to Instagram Wednesday morning to let their followers know they are no longer producing the Block19, a semi-automatic gun covered in Lego pieces.  “We just want to extend a huge (kiss Emoji) to all the block 19 haters out there. We have decided to take the product down after some communication with Lego,” The company wrote. Culper said the process of creating the kit was about “freedom, fun, and responsible gun ownership.” “Yet, there are millions of angry freedom-hating people out there who wish to exercise their First Amendment rights,” they said.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Culper Precision (@culperprecision) Culper unveiled the prototype of the playful gun kit in June, saying the product was “one of those childhood dreams coming to life.” “We wanted the Second Amendment to simply be too painful to tread on, so there was only one logical solution,”...
    CHELSEA have been trolled by Crystal Palace over their new third kit which looks exactly like the Eagles' home strip. The Blues released images of their new alternative strip and fans online were quick to slam the red and blue stripes which would look far more at home at Selhurst Park. 4Fans have slammed Chelsea's new kit saying it looks just like Crystal Palace's home strip 4 4Palace were quick to troll the Blues' 'It's a London Thing' hashtag Chelsea shared photos of the new kit alongside a caption that read: "Meet a new legacy. The 2020-21 @nikefootball third kit is here! "One for the sneakerheads, inspired by the 1990s Ultramarine Air Max 180 and classic shirts of the past! "Available 10.09.20. #ItsAChelseaThing." CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Blues news But Palace were clearly not impressed by the new slogan and cut them down in one fell swoop with a hilarious rebuttal. They quote tweeted the post and simply wrote: "#It'sNotThoughIsIt." The post received more than 41,000 likes and fans piled on in the comments too. One...
    CHELSEA fans were left chuckling that their new 2020/21 away kit looks like "pyjamas" after the club's unveiling. On Tuesday, the Premier League side released images of the "classic tailored" design to a generally positive reception. 1A light blue design with darker trim makes up the patterned Nike shirt Having already donned the new home kit, sponsored by mobile network Three, Chelsea showed off a light blue design for upcoming away days. As ever, fans found a way to gently poke fun at the style choices with the kit likened to pyjamas and a sheet of metal. The club officially describe it as: "Inspired by a classic tailored aesthetic but filtered through a modern street lens and colour palette." In the comments section, Chelsea supporters gave their own take. One fan account enthusiastically replied: "PYJAMAS FC." To which Twitter user Nelson replied: "I think the plan is to make people not take us seriously so we can sneak past them next season." Sophia added: "Loving this away kit." Mark joked: "Looks very Coventry City." But Tony insisted: "Looks...
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