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SportSocial media images show what Celtic's 2019/20 away kit could look like

13:15  15 april  2019
13:15  15 april  2019 Source:

Celtic's 2019/20 home kit leaked online

Celtic's 2019/20 home kit leaked online Celtic’s alleged 2019/20 home kit has been leaked online by Footy Headlines. The kit hasn’t been received well by the Celtic fans, who were hoping to see a better effort from New Balance. The shirt is based on a similar template to the Liverpool kit and will be officially revealed this month. It is predominantly white with the trademark hoops sitting in the front, back and lower sleeve panels. As used in some seasons before, the hoops increase in size from the top to the bottom of the kit. It is a shirt that will divide the opinion of the Celtic fans, but we will find out soon if this leaked version is actually correct or not.

A leaked version of next season’ s kit emerged on social media last week and began to do the But when more and more images of the same kit began to resurface, fans began to panic at what they Another design seemed to show the shirt as having a pink stripe through the middle in homage to the

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Social media images show what Celtic's 2019/20 away kit could look like © Ian MacNicol/Getty Images Sport Celtic v Rosenborg - UEFA Europa League - Group B

With the end of the season looming, plans are already beginning to turn to next season and what could be in store for the club.

As with every club at this stage of the campaign, the rumour mills are up and running, with speculation rife about both players and managers.

As with modern social media, ‘leaked’ kits are also becoming increasingly popular around this time of year and it is no different with Celtic.

Images have been circulating via social media, as cited on Football Scotland, that show what Celtic’s away kit for the 2019/20 season could look like.

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Son of former Hoops favourite mocks Gerrard on social media The son of a former Celtic favourite has been seen mocking Rangers manager Steven Gerrard via social media website Twitter. Timothy Mjallby, son of Johan, replied to this photo on Twitter about Gerrard’s first season in charge of their rivals Rangers. Twitter: Mjallby was part of Celtic’s youth side at the age of 17 but he then moved to Swedish side IK Sirius. Unfortunately for Timothy, he didn’t have the career his dad had as a result of persistent injuries. However, it is clear to see that he still supports the Scottish side.

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Social media images show what Celtic's 2019/20 away kit could look like © Provided by Fresh Press Media

While it can be easy to get carried away with kit mock-ups, fans must err on the side of caution when images like these appear online.

The kit in question is a yellow and green combination with arrows on the lower section of the body, underneath the striking Dafabet sponsorship. Are you a fan?

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On-loan Celtic forward Timothy Weah has found himself in hot water with Paris Saint-Germain fans recently. Get French Football News report that the striker was forced to apologise after a social media mishap. Weah was seen liking a post on Instagram from Manchester United’s Tahith Chong, who was celebrating the Premier League side’s recent victory in the Champions League against his parent club. Albeit an unfortunate misunderstanding, it appears that the decision by Weah did not sit well with some supporters. Speaking to RMC Sport about the incident, Weah was quick to apologise.

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