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But one of the few good things about pre-season is the fact that we can look forward to when next season's fixtures are out - and the new kits that teams will be wearing next season. But Manchester United beat their pants off when it comes to retro (if the pictures are genuine). Aston Villa go for a simple white design for their new away kit, while Chelsea's new home kit looks like something out of Robocop. Meanwhile, Scottish team Glasgow Celtic have decided that their new away kit will have tartan shorts (a couple of seasons from now and they'll probably be wearing skirts). This appears to be the strategy of Everton, who - a week or so after losing the FA Cup final - have unveiled a new home top that echoes their glory years of the mid-Eighties. They're one of a host of Barclays Premier League clubs to launch a new kit for next season, with Sportsmail bringing you the best and worst of official shirts and potentially dodgy website leaks. Tottenham Hotspur fans may be hoping the white, black and gold effort we picture below is a hoax. Still, maybe it was never a great idea to dress Gareth Barry in it for the promotional shots. Arsenal have unveiled their away kit for next season and the Gunners will be out to give their Premier League rivals the blues.
Celtic have a new away kit sure to make many a Scotsman proud - and anyone with a modicum of taste hurl.
The white shirt is accompanied by eye-catching green shorts complete with a fetching tartan pattern. Newcastle have given fans a look at their new home strip for next season, which would look dashing on any Coca-Cola Championship player. The official pictures follow months of leaks, which included the rather disappointing moment when Chelsea's weird panel-design home shirt turned out to be more than an internet viral.
A quick trawl of the internet has revealed some leaked pictures of some very suspect kits - and only Liverpool come out unscathed in the style stakes. If the images are to be believed, Manchester United will be playing in a peasant-style lace up number in 2009-10. Manchester City, the nouveau riche pretenders to the crown, appear to have ditched their pale, sky blue shirts - reminiscent of the Lancashire sky - in favour of an Abu Dhabi inspired brighter shade. Here is Sportsmail's run-down of the shirts the big boys will (or could) be sporting next season.

The Gunners' red home shirt will last another season but their yellow away strip has been replaced with this less-than-jazzy number as modelled by Theo Walcott. And here's the science bit: 'The kit is made from Nike Dri-Fit, an innovative technology that enhances the performances of players by keeping them drier, cooler and lighter. The green star above the badge, celebrating the Lisbon Lions' achievement as Britain's first winners' of the European Cup, is more than enough in the way of finishing off the stip. Everyone likes a retro kit, except when it's that salmon and navy effort that Everton plumped for a few years ago.
Another potential pearler from shirt manufacturers Adidas as Liverpool swap their grey away kit for a swish black number with gold features and red piping. The usual sky blue, if the shade is a little more eye-catching (which City hope to be next season), with white on the top of the sleeves. The Etihad Airways logo, appropriately enough the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, is arguably a classier replacement for package holiday company Thomas Cook across the centre of the jersey, while the badge is in traditional position across the left breast after a stint in the middle. Home: I would pay cold, hard cash to see Cristiano Ronaldo trot out of the Old Trafford tunnel is this special ensemble. The silky white Grandad-style collar with a ridiculous lace up design, the plunging V-neck, the sheer bagginess of the whole thing - Wayne Rooney would look an absolute beauty in this baby.
There seem to be few design dilemmas when it comes to the Newcastle shirt: badge in the middle or not? The most controversial decision seems to be a big white panel on the back where a number should go, reminiscent of a big white flag. The shirt, doing the rounds on the internet, has a rather odd gold V around the collar, at least three visible Puma logos and rather intrusive black panels that are preferred to the more in vogue navy blue of recent years. No more white, or loud sky blue, West Ham have unveiled something a little more serious - a two-tone blue away strip that looks set to be popular at Upton Park. When Football Was Football: Manchester United A Nostalgic Look at a Century of the Club This is a superbly presented collection of photographs of Manchester United from its early days until 1992, newly selected from over 10,000 images in the Daily Mirror's archive.
Everton's new home shirt for next season looks similar to the one they wore in the Eighties. Why not ditch the designers and revive a 25-year-old strip, then sell it by a dressing a line-up of lovelies (and Howard Kendall) in the new colours? Rather than just revealing another run-of-the-mill white away strip, they have contrived to produce a 'special' white strip that celebrates Aston Villa's England connection after the club reached that magic number of Three Lions internationals - 67.

This shirt celebrates Villa's 67 England internationals by being not just white, but 'football white'. Nice clean white shirt, which unfortunately won't look to good with a few pints tipped down the front. The new Chelsea home shirt is embellished with what appear to be 'pec panels', sort of Robocop meets Gladiator sections in the chest area.
After what will be 15 years without a trophy, the blue half of Liverpool have decided to remind themselves of a more glorious era with a kit that echoes 1983-85, when Everton won the League, FA Cup, League Cup and Cup-Winners' Cup. Take a classic kit and then spoil it a bit with the exaggerated white triangle around the neck. A little like last season's European kit, this black number is sure to be popular with Liverpool fans. The potential home kit, admittedly, is better than the monstrous away version (see below, just you wait), but the retro V-neck, particularly the additional white triangle, is still pretty naff.
The white round collar looks a bit naff, but you can't really go wrong with black and white stripes, unless you're Mike Ashley.
Not sure about the collar, but the colours go together well while maintaining a certain tradition.
These evocative pictures, many previously unpublished, bring to life the important events in United's history: the triumphs of the first trophies, the tragedy of the Munich disaster, the successes that followed. It has a 'Villan red' trim, 'midnight navy' shorts and - rather disappointingly - ordinary white socks.
Nevertheless tidy, but spoled by some of the most disgusting shorts ever put in front of human eyes. It looks like the a handkerchief around ready to show up a plethora of beer and ketchup stains.
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