A new photograph, leaked on Twitter, appears to show the brand new home shirt Arsenal will wear for the 2015-16 Premier League campaign.
The image shows the front and back of the new red Puma-made shirt, with ‘Alexis 17’ on the back.
It suggests that images that emerged on social media last month were genuine, but it’s fair to say not all Arsenal supporters are impressed with the new-look home shirts.
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A separate image also appears to show the new away kit - and the early feedback from some of the club’s fans on Twitter isn’t exactly overwhelmingly positive.
We’ve collated a few responses to the shirts - both home and away - which you can view by scrolling down this page. Also: don’t forget to have your say by leaving a comment at the bottom of this page!
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Away shirt a fake?
Arsenal’s new home shirt is not that different from Puma’s current effort, with the red stripe from the neck to the bottom of the sleeve the only noticeable change.
But the away shirt, which has three separate colours down the bottom of it, looks suspect to say the least. We wouldn’t be surprised if that particular image turned out to be a fake.
Arsenal ending the season on a high
Even if it turns out to be real, though, Arsenal fans won’t care what their stars are wearing as long as they go on to enjoy a successful season.
The Gunners are currently in a rich vein of form, having won their previous seven matches in all competitions, and sit second in the Premier League table.
Arsene Wenger’s men are not expected to catch league leaders Chelsea, who are seven points clear of Arsenal and have a game in hand, but they still have an opportunity to end the season with a trophy by winning the FA Cup.
The Gunners face Reading in the semi-finals at Wembley Stadium on April 18 and will be expected to advance to the final by beating the struggling Championship outfit.
A top-four finish and the FA Cup would match last season’s achievements - but there will still be some Arsenal fans who feel it’s time for Wenger to leave the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal fans: are you Wenger In or Wenger Out? Tell us by leaving a comment in the box below - and don’t forget to give us your thoughts about the new home shirt!
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