MANCHESTER CITY players were required to wear the same outfit when they traveled to Belgium to face Club Brugge in their Champions League clash.
The squad was photographed at City’s training ground before departing to Manchester Airport.
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Every player wore the black City-themed jumper
Some people chose to not wear the black blazer as seen here on Ilkay Gundogan
City collaborated with clothing brand DSquared2 to dress each player in their products.
This included a black sweater with a large City logo.
The players were asked to wear a black blazer, with the words “Dsquared2 Manchester City FC 21-22” in capital letters across the back.
Even worse, each outfit included a pair distressed jeans with turn-ups at minimum three inches thick.
A pair of black trainers in dull black completed the look, which was clearly not appreciated by some.
Kevin de Bruyne wore his jacket off, and Pep Guardiola was dressed in a coat he had made.
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Fans were also clearly unimpressed – and rightly so.
One wrote on Twitter: “Terminate that Dsquared contract. Their fashion is horrendous.”
An additional: “It doesn’t look good on anyone!”
A third was: “This is bad bad, please never wear that metal zip blazer again.”
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