Manchester City’s kits are now made by Nike, which we all know means they’re the same as every other Nike kit on the market, just in a different colour.
But back in the 1990s they had some beauties. Like this one:
Not only was the maroon, Brother-sponsored kit that City wore between 1990 and 1992 a feast for the eyes, it also represented a pretty solid time for the Manchester club.
Wearing this kit, City finished fifth in the First Division two seasons in a row, with the likes of Niall Quinn, David White, Paul Lake and Colin Hendry in their ranks.
Quinn was the club’s top scorer in 1990-91 with 21 goals, and White pitched in with 22 in all competitions the following season.
What a beauty.