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Man United Are Being Accused Of Sexism Over Their Women's Jersey

Conor O'Leary
By Conor O'Leary
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While Manchester United and Adidas' kit launch was notable for how bizarre and different it was, sparking a new era of kit launches.

But it's not the most lasting talking point of United's new gear. That honour belongs to the women's jerseys, complete with a plunging neck line with the thought apparently being it would be more comfortable or appealing to women.

It looks like it's backfired on them, with a number of female United fans speaking out over the design, but not everyone is unhappy:


While others are pleased that there is a women's jersey to fit them, even though Nike also produced female jerseys:

See Also: The Official Adidas Man United Jersey Unveiling Features A Classic Phil Jones Face


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