CHELSEA fans were disappointed by a set of “horrible” concepts, which they claim are based on the upcoming 2021-22 home shirt.
A design launched by FootyHeadlines was the last leak obtained by the website.
It featured a yellow club badge and Nike logo on a blue kit covered in a faded zig-zag design.
The actual shirt has not yet been revealed by Chelsea, but inside information claims to have made this concept “90 percent correct”.
Choosing “Opti Yellow” for the ridges would be a departure from the traditional blues badge, which was redesigned in 2005 to mark the club’s 100th anniversary.
Only the 2012-13 design changed the blue and white look of the badge on the home kit, adding a golden glow to mark London’s hosting of the Olympics.
And online fans were not impressed by the offer made last season.
A Chelsea supporter asked, “Is he a horrible man who approves of rubbish?”
Another, Julien, wrote, “It’s so bad.”
While one of the Blues fans was asked, “Our fans can even make better concepts than these guys. Who the hell hired them?”
Max tweeted, “F ***, that’s disgusting.”
Roman commented: “It looks like a training kit.”
And James summed up, “Do they hate us?”
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