MANCHESTER CITY players were forced to wear the same outfit as they travelled to Belgium for their Champions League clash with Club Brugge.
The squad were photographed at City’s training ground before departing for Manchester Airport.
And as part of City’s collaboration with clothing brand DSquared2, each player was dressed head to toe in their products.
That included a black sweater displaying a large City logo.
The players were made to wear a black blazer over that, with the words ‘Dsquared2 Manchester City FW 21-22’ sprawled across the back in capital letters.
It gets worse – each outfit also included a pair of distressed jeans with turn-ups at least three inches thick.
A pair of dull black trainers rounded off the fit, which some were clearly not impressed by.
Kevin de Bruyne was seen without his jacket on and Pep Guardiola was seen dressed in a coat from his own collection.
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Fans were clearly unimpressed too – and rightly so.
One wrote on Twitter: “Terminate that Dsquared contract. Their fashion is horrendous.”
Another added: “It doesn’t look good on anyone!”
A third said: “This is bad bad, please never wear that metal zip blazer again.”
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