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Popular journo comments on Tottenham kit prices; claims ‘Football has gone mad’

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Tottenham bring back their full navy sleeves on their white home kit since the 2005/06 season

Tottenham Hotspur have released their new kit for the 2024/25 season, The club unveiled the new skin through its social media handles, featuring players like Son Heung-min, James Maddison, Dejan Kulusevski, and Guglielmo Vicario.

Spurs signed their big-money deal with Nike way back in 2017 and then extended it the following year to a 15-year agreement which will last until at least 2033, meaning it is one of the longest football club deals in the sportswear giant’s history.

Tottenham bring back their full navy sleeves on their white home shirt since the 2005/06 season.
Tottenham Hotspur released their new kit by Nike for the 2024/25 season

The kit launch video was also a tribute to former Tottenham boss Terry Venables. The video also features English actor Mathew Horne conversing with a cockerel in a pub. Spurs also expressed their gratitude towards FA Cup-winning former manager Terry Venables, who expired last November. The video concludes by tipping the hat to various former players and current boss Ange Postecoglou

The new kit by Nike will bring back some memories to N17. After being all-white the previous season, the new home shirt now has navy sleeves, the same colour running down the sides of the kit trunk, and navy shorts back in the new kit.

The Spurs fans have expressed their disappointment through social media after the new kit arrived for sale on the club website. The fans have acclaimed that the new kit is ‘overpriced’. The price starts from £85 for the regular ‘stadium’ shirt for fans and £125 for an ‘elite’ match-like version of the shirt. An adult would have to pay £148 for the “stadium” version and £188 for the “elite” version to purchase the entire kit. Getting a name and number on the back of the shirts is not included in this price.

The sale for the new kit has been started in the club’s website

The Tottenham Hotspur correspondent for Football.London Alasdair Gold, posted on ‘X’ with the caption, “Football’s gone a bit mad hasn’t it?”

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Spurs supporters are not ready to spend this amount for a kit. The fans should wait to know whether the price will be dropped by the club in the coming days for their new 2024/25 kit by Nike. Lillywhites will worn for the first time during the club’s pre-season fixture against Hearts on Wednesday, July 17.

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