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SPORTS: Kaizer Chiefs’ New Kit, Hot Or Not???



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As the new PSL season approaches, PSL clubs are making changes to their teams and it seems like the new kits are causing more talks than the new players and coaches.

I did not see this one coming though (like really…I’m still scratching my head about this one)…

Kaizer Chiefs launched their new kit with the new RED Vodacom logo in the center of the shirt. I really have to wrap my head around this one, while I do that you have a look and decide…

 

The Kaizer Chiefs players will be looking “not so glamourous” in this new Nike kit for the next two seasons starting with the 2011/2012 season. It was bad enough that Puma sabotaged Bafana’s image with their hideous new kit but I didn’t expect Nike to do the same to Amakhosi.

The remarks on Twitter have been hilarious. Some “tweeps” going as far as comparing the kit to the PAC logo/colours (not much difference to spot.

 

Personally, I think I will get used to the away kit (white) but I don’t think my eyes will ever adjust to the home kit (black). I mean just picture them on the pitch running around chasing after the ball, they’ll look like a swarm of bees! #death

So is this kit hot or not? (I think by now you know how I feel about it, lol).

P.S: While we on the subject of soccer, Catch Shift later this afternoon at 1pm on SABC 1and join us as we discuss the Carling Cup which will be taking place in late July between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. I was invited to join other guests in studio but because I’m out of town on holiday, I’ll be connecting with them via telephone.

farai – who has written posts on Farai Today.


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  • Anonymous

    Yellow and black are a good combo, but not for people with dark skin tones.

    http://justpatience.com/

  • cthe nzama

    ts not dat bad its a gud change 4 amakhosi

  • Nthaolangkg

    its really good and shows life 2 amakhosi