Manchester United have had some great kits and some abysmal away kits over the years.
Don’t get me started on the “invisible” grey kit Alex Ferguson binned at half-time back in the 1995-96 season.
That kit was even voted the worst kit in Premier League history in a Manchester Evening News poll.
But we’re here to talk up one of the greatest away kits in English football history.
The Manchester United away strip in 1990-92 wasn’t only worn by club legends like Ryan Giggs, Steve Bruce, Bryan Robson and Mark Hughes, it was also a feast for the eyes.
Adidas went big and bold with a blue-and-white geometric design, and the SHARP sponsor is the icing on the delightful-looking cake.
It’s pretty tough to find a more memorable away kit than Man United’s in 1990: the colour scheme, the manufacturer and the sponsor combine to create a kit that oozes class.