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Adidas stop Selling of Arsenal’s New Home Kit Following Embarrassing Blunder Discovery


Adidas Halts Sale of Arsenal’s New Home Kit Following Embarrassing Blunder Discovery

Adidas STOP selling Arsenal’s new home kit after embarrassing blunder on Invincibles-inspired design is spotted, as angry fans fume mistake is ‘beyond a joke’ Adidas appear to have been forced to halt sales of Arsenal’s new home kit after eagle-eyed customers spotted an embarrassing blunder on the design. 

According to numerous dissatisfied fans, the sportswear behemoth erred on the authentic version of the home kit for next season.

The club introduced the eye-catching jersey in May, revealing that the design was inspired by the heroics of their Invincibles team from the 2003-04 season.

Arsene Wenger’s giants had won the Premier League without losing a single league game, and Arsenal chose to celebrate 20 years later. 

Indeed, the new shirt was stitched together to pay honor to their historic feat, with white trim down the sides of the red top. 

Although the error has been discovered, the record of 26 wins and 12 draws should have been emblazoned on the shirt in the sequence of each result. 

Customers claim that just 32 of the 38 league games were shown.

According to them, the draws with Portsmouth and Birmingham, as well as four victories throughout the season, were omitted inadvertently.

The shirt is no longer available for purchase on the Adidas or Arsenal websites.

The shirt appears to be out of stock and not for sale on the club’s website. Meanwhile, only the basic edition is available for purchase on Adidas’ online store. 

Arsenal verified the design error in an email to The Sun.

‘We’ve become aware of a design error with the current 23/24 Authentic Home Shirt. Consequently, we’re unfortunately unable to fulfill your order at this time,’ it read.

‘We apologise for any inconvenience this has caused and will be cancelling and refunding your order in full.

‘We are currently reviewing when the new 23/24 Authentic Home Shirts will be available, but in the meantime please see our 23/24 Replica Home Shirts which are available now and ready to ship.’

One supporter took to social media to criticise the error, saying: ‘£110 for that kit, should be spot on. It’s beyond a joke. How have they got it wrong?’

Another said: ‘Just got mine. Rather disappointing it doesn’t have all 38…’

‘Thank goodness I haven’t bought mine yet,’ a third added.

A fourth account simply joked: ‘A recall incoming.’

Adidas Halts Sale of Arsenal’s New Home Kit Following Embarrassing Blunder Discovery

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