Pre-Order the new Manchester United home kit

Manchester United’s 09-10 home kit (the last one to bear the AIG logo) is now available for pre-order.

From initial images it seems to be a plain red top with the white shorts bearing a red stripe down the sides. The white V-neck collar that some leaked images showed earlier this summer is missing, but there does seem to be a ‘V’ across the shirt, either in a darker shade of red or in white (with the color blacked out for the promotional images).

The kit will be revealed on 1st July and launched on 16th July.


If you’re not into buying team kits, then feel free to ignore this post. On the other hand if you want to buy the new Manchester United home shirt, buy it from us and help support this community.



  1. @Anthony Los: It has nothing to do with the games played. It has to do with the following:

    Ronaldo had 57 sot in 31 starts and 2 substitute appearances. That means that he had less than 2 sot per game. Given that he converted roughly 1 in 3, that gives him about two goals every 3 games.

    Now, Nani has 0.8 less in the sot:shots ratio. Suppose that he would have the same number of shots/game in a season (even though he won’t) as Ronaldo, that means that he would have 48 sot for every 181 shots.

    Fourty-eight shots in 31 starts and 2 sub appearances would mean exactly 1.5 sot/game (on average). Now, given that he has converts 1 shot in 4, he will have a bit more that 1 goal every three matches. This means that in a season with 31 starts and two sub appearances, he would have about 11 goals to Ronaldo’s 18.

    So, yea 0.8 is a lot in these kinds of statistics.

    Note: I am NOT comparing Ronaldo to Nani. I am NOT saying that Nani should do as well as Ronaldo. I am just showing that Nani’s deficit in the statistics above actually signify a difference.

  2. Andrei your point is valid but these are meaningless stats that are broken a lot at OT and say nani takes 100 shots in 1 game (not possible but for arguments sake) all those stats you just game me (credit to you for doing the math) will count for shit. Andrei you are taking a literal perspective but stats show a lot of things that are technically correct but in a regarding a real game situation they are not as considered that much it just makes you sound smart saying them. However you are 100% correct in all the points given

  3. I know this is completely of topic but Michael Jackson has died of a heart attack.

  4. i also meant to say and scores 20 goals out of the 100 shots (impossible, but again for arguments sake)

  5. @Anthony Los: I know what you mean – I absolutely hate stats for the most part. Anyway, as one great philosopher said, what I think of Nani is immaterial. Whether he will play at OT next season and whether he will do well depends solely on him and SAF.

  6. @NicoQB: In the words of Setanta’s Special One:

    Nani, are you OK, are you OK, Nani (to the beat of Smooth Criminal)

    Also, really sad to hear about Michael Jackson – he was good albeit eccentric.

  7. lads im sooo worried bout who fergie is gonna sign, some1 cheers me up but with real rumors

  8. @NicoQB: Errrr Nico, Craig is not dead yet mate, as of now, still very much alive, and bantering with the numpties of this blog 😉 😆 .

  9. @Fred The Red: Maybe a new Manager might help him mentally. A manager that isn’t Cry Baby biased, if you get my meaning. Oh well, the mard arses are out of here, they went that way ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ 😆 .

  10. @Anthony Los: I wanted Anelka Bro, when Fergie was offered him for 8-10 million, but he arsed about and Chelski snapped him up. He was top scorer in the prem last year, and that says something. I wanted Essien, but again United dithered and slithered, where Chelski didn’t. I wanted Joe Cole when he was going for peanuts, but Chelski……… I could go on mate, but I would be here all bloody night 😉 😀 .

  11. @Andrei: Errrr when was Rooney CONSISTENTLY good then?????? I must have been in a coma at the time and missed it. I know Ronney is good in spurts, but consistently good Nooooooooooooo. Was he on the pitch in Rome, or in Moscow then? If so he wasn’t noticeable! I would love to see a consistent Rooney, but I havent seen it yet. We will see how good he is this year though, because we have to rely on HIS CONSISTENCY and to see if he can supply the goals to win us anything. That goes for Count Berba too.

  12. You guys should really move to the next thread… For the sake of convenience..

  13. @Craig Mc: haha cheers. i wanted the exact same players they wld be perfect 4 the squad! but look mate we have to pray fergie will bring in new blood to revitalize the team. But ye ure right bout roons inconsistency

  14. @Craig Mc: Amen Bro. United for life and no ocean can keep my heart and soul from being spiritually seated in the Salford end at OT at all times. 🙂 Manc to the death.

  15. @Craig Mc: I wasn’t talking about game-to-game consistency, I was talking about season-to-season and since he came to United, Rooney has had incredible consistency from one season to another. If you look at his numbers, they are almost the same every season (and they are always good – not excellent, but good).

  16. @Craig Mc: Im a huge fan of Nanis BUT no, Manchester United will not ever change their manager to fit with Nanis progress or playing time, changing the manager that won everything for us over 22 years because he doesnt let a player with less then a dozen goals and just a little more assists in 2 whole seasons is just insane.

    I hope you understand I like Nani a lot, he is my 3rd favorite player at United at the moment after Berbatov and Evra respectivly, an yes I would say the same for any other player including Ronaldo, Rooney or anyone else for that matter.

    Sir Alex Furgosun is old enough to be a father to most of us if not even grandfather, he is the best thing that ever happened to Manchester United and you are not a true manc if you dont agree with that.

  17. @Anthony Los: Not to defend any player, just want to point out that Ronaldo’s shot:goal ratio is not exactly an ideal criteria to gauge a striker’s performance. Imo, he took a helluva lot of shots. The fact that he had the confidence to take those shots one can perhaps admire because our Strikers seemed goal-shy, but, thinking back, not all his shots were ‘in the best interest of the team’.

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