Wolves fans have reacted to the 19/20 home kit Conor Coady, Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota, and Raul Jimenez will all be sporting in the Premier League.
The kit is made by Adidas and it marks the club’s second year with the global sportswear giant (Wolves).
Adidas’ first Wolves kit was universally adored by the Molineux faithful, but their second showing has divided opinion amongst some members of the pack.
Introducing the new @adidasfootball Wolves home kit for 2019/20!
— Wolves (@Wolves) July 4, 2019
“Reminds me of Hull rather than Wolves”
Wolves have unveiled their new home kit for the 19/20 Premier League campaign which kicks off on August 11/12 against Leicester City away.
ManbetX now adorns the Wolves kit instead of the big W many mistook for w**nkers.
You can find the prices below:
- Adult Home Shirt: £55
- Junior Home Shirt: £39
- Infant Home Kit: £45
- Adult Home Shorts: £25
- Junior Home Shorts: £20
- Adult Home Socks: £12
- Junior Home Socks: £10
The shirt will be available to purchase in person from the Wolves megastore starting July 9.
Adidas’ kit is fairly sharp with its simplicity and V-neck, but it has split opinion amongst some of the pack on Twitter.
Some fans are ready to throw their cash at Fosun and Adidas because of it being “fit”, meanwhile others simply fell in love with it at first sight.
Fit as hell!! Throwing my cash at you right about….NOW!
— Simon Rickards (@SiRickards) July 4, 2019
— Teigan 🐺🐺 (@ItzTeigan_) July 4, 2019
On the opposite spectrum, some fans are annoyed at the colour change, and others believe it’s “grim” and more appropriate for Hull rather than Wolves.
Chnagin colour every year at this rate
— Alex Jones (@awj9870) July 4, 2019
That’s fucking grim
— cav (@cavan_smart) July 4, 2019
Not sure if I’m a big fan, reminds me more of Hull rather than Wolves 🤷♂️
— Ben Shinton (@BenShinton) July 4, 2019
A remark all Wolves fans can surely agree with is the annoyance at not seeing a new signing despite being linked with every player across the globe.
Waiting for a new signing to be wearing the new kit like pic.twitter.com/tSROq0xSlv
— Mikey Cremin 🐺🔸▪️ (@CremDeLaCrem86) July 4, 2019
The reception for the kit isn’t nearly as positive as last year’s, but it’ll still sell well because a lot of football fans can’t help buying what they detest.
Don’t like it but will still buy it as always.
— James (@Jwilliamsbluhef) July 4, 2019
As for myself, I never buy football kits due to them making you a walking sponsor for promoting a betting firm or carmaker instead of your boyhood club.