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- Man United's kit maker Adidas has unveiled a controversial design for the club's third kit for next season
- The kit has seen several alterations made to United's iconic badge, a move that has not gone down well with the fans
- Key changes made to the badge include the removal of the words 'Manchester United'
Manchester United supporters have expressed their fury after the club made a major change to its iconic badge.
The club's third kit for next season will reportedly have different features, especially on the badge, after designers Adidas opted for a minimalist look.
The Sun reports that the kit will feature just a devil rather than the club crest, which has been prominent on United's assets for years.
The publication adds that the kit will also be without the words 'Manchester United', the club's badge layout, or the ship, which have been mainstay features on United's merchandise since the 1970s.
Leaked photos of the new design showed that the kit will only feature a devil, which is white in colour.
This has not gone down well with a majority of fans, who quickly took to social media to express their displeasure with the new design.
"We’re the Red Devils and our badge has a devil so why not?"
"Not a fan of this at all."
"This is insane tbh."
Man United badge changes
It is understood that Manchester United have not changed their badge since 1998, the year before they won the treble.
At the time, only the words football club were removed.
Meanwhile, there has been a raging debate on whether the ship on United's badge is an appropriate symbol, as it risks association with the slave trade.
However, according to The Athletic, the latest changes are purely a design choice made by Adidas, who are United's kit makers.
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Be that as it may, the Red Devils' home and away kits will still feature the classic badge.
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