Contrary to popular belief football shirt sponsorship in the Premier League has never been so well off. Last season’s Premier League clubs raked in a staggering £300 million between them with Manchester United leading the table thanks to a thumping £71million Chevrolet paid out to have their name upon the iconic shirt.
Manchester pupils from select schools will be able to design their team’s rugby shirt in conjunction with the All Schools programme and kit suppliers Canterbury.
A brain tumour charity is hoping to smash a Guinness World Record in Manchester this November – by enlisting the help of 1001 drummers.
The Dutchman is expected to visit United’s Carrington training complex as he gets his feet under the desk in his new role – just four days after exiting his Holland job with third spot in the World Cup.
United’s new kit is available to pre-order now on United Direct and Nike.com ahead of its worldwide release on July 16, while the players will first don the strip a week later.
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American car giant Chevrolet penned a seven-year, £53million deal with the club in July 2012 and the shirt featuring their badge has so far been kept under wraps.