What we learned from the unveiling of the new £7.5 million shirt for Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham…
The shirt will be unveiled by manager Jose Mourinho on Tuesday at Old Trafford.
“I’m going to put it in the back of my mind because I want to see the shirts on the pitch,” he said.
“I want to be part of it.
“We’re not looking to go backwards and we’re not going to make excuses.””
Mourinho said the shirt would represent his “true colours” and that he hoped fans would wear it in order to show his passion for the club and its fans.””
We’re not looking to go backwards and we’re not going to make excuses.”
Mourinho said the shirt would represent his “true colours” and that he hoped fans would wear it in order to show his passion for the club and its fans.
“The shirt will represent me and my heart and my passion for this club,” he told reporters.
“But I want it to be a product that can’t be bought, sold, used or stolen.”
Jose Mourinho speaks during the unveiling ceremony of the newly designed shirts for Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham.
Source: AP/Press Association SportMourampo also unveiled a new logo for the team, featuring the colours of the flag of the United States.
It will also feature the number “7” and the word “United” in black and white.
The Premier League champions are celebrating the launch of their new kit in a bid to raise funds for the children of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The United States’ National Guard has been deployed to the capital to help in the rebuilding efforts, while the city’s police have also been activated to assist with any requests for assistance.
Mourimos first Premier League home shirt was a silver away shirt with the colours red, white and blue that was sold to the club by the former Chelsea boss in 2003.