Everton unveil new yellow and blue away strip: The best and worst Premier League kits for the 2013/14 season
The new strips of Liverpool, Manchester United and Cardiff have all caused debate among fans
Tuesday 06 August 2013
Everton today became the latest club to unveil a new kit, with their yellow and blue away strip getting an airing.
With some of the summer's biggest football gossip surrounding teams' kits, here we round-up some of the Premier League attire for next season.
Liverpool's away kit, which has been likened to a Christmas jumper on more than one occasion, currently leads the way in terms of criticism, while the 'Eric Cantona inspired' collar of Manchester United's strip has been praised by fans.
Click HERE or click 'VIEW GALLERY' to see the best and worst kits unveiled so far.
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