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Liverpool’s 24/25 Home Kit Leak Sparks Mixed Reactions Among Fans

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As Liverpool FC continues its impressive run in the 23/24 season, anticipation naturally builds for what's next. This includes the eagerly awaited reveal of the team's home kit for the 24/25 season. However, fans didn't have to wait for the official release, as images of the new kit have already surfaced online, sparking a wave of reactions across social media platforms.

The leaked images showcase Liverpool's traditional red color scheme, accented with white and yellow trims spelling out YWNA (You'll Never Walk Alone). Ironically, it's the same disdained pinstripe pattern as the Lebron James Liverpool kit. Of course, that detail saw the Reds win the 2019/20 Premier League title. Notably, the and Liverpool badges are highlighted in yellow, adding a distinctive touch to the classic .

Despite the kit's overall familiar feel, one design element has become the focal point of discussion among the Liverpool faithful: the collar. Described in the leaked images as ‘boxy', it deviates from traditional styles, leading to mixed reactions among fans. Some lament the design, expressing a preference for a more conventional V-shaped collar. Others, however, appreciate the new look, indicating a split in the fanbase's fashion sensibilities.

The kit leak came at a time when Liverpool was performing exceptionally well. Sitting at the top of the Premier League and advancing in domestic and European competitions, the team showcases resilience, even amidst challenging circumstances such as key player injuries and international duties.

The focus, however, remains on the pitch as Liverpool prepares for crucial upcoming fixtures. The team faces Fulham in the semi-finals and a Premier League match against Bournemouth. These games are crucial, especially given the absence of key players like and Wataru Endo due to international commitments and injuries to players like Dominik Szoboszlai and Andrew Robertson.

Photos: Tw/lfcdzn11 + theanfieldaura

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