Jack Grealish and his Manchester City team-mates have been slammed for their 'unacceptable' cardigan and jeans combo.
Pep Guardiola was followed off the coach before their Champions League contest against Young Boys by his star players – who were wearing American college style cardigans, which had a captains' armband and their respective names on the back.
The jumpers were paired with blue jeans in a fashion faux pas which was picked apart by Joe Cole and Joleon Lescott from the studio and fans online. Grealish got the brunt of the stick – with his smirk to the camera telling the full story.
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Cole said to presenter Reshmin Chowdhury of the get-up: "Unacceptable, Reshmin."
The trio burst into laughter before the former West Ham and Chelsea man said: "I'm not being funny right, but the gaffer got out first and he looks like the (Cadbury's) Milk Tray man, he looks brilliant.
"He looks round and, I don't care how many Trebles you win guys, you have got to sort the gear out, it's horrendous. I can't say anything more than that."
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Former City man Lescott added: "This is questionable… when it doesn't look good on Jack Grealish…"
A social media follower asked: "Why do they have their names on the back?" A second posted: "A cardigan with their numbers on the back wtf."
A third wrote: "Haaland rocks it tbf but the names on the back are horrendous." A fourth concluded: "They look so cute."
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City are known for pushing the boundaries of trendy with their fashion collaborations – with a similar situation in 2021.
Kyle Walker and Kevin De Bruyne were among the stars to wear awful jackets and turn-up jeans before a contest against Club Brugge.
The DSquared jackets and jeans with six-inch turn-ups didn't go down well, with Guardiola – known for his own fetching collection of cardigans – again spared from having to fit in.
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