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Leeds United reveal new away shirt

The dark green and blue strip is a throwback to the mid-90s kit worn by the likes of Tony Yeboah and Gary Speed.

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Leeds United have revealed their new away shirt to be worn during the 2020/21 Premier League season.

The strip calls back to the 1994-96 ‘Tony Yeboah shirt’, and will be available to buy next Saturday (September 11).

Green and blue stripes are complemented by gold trim and details, with the sponsor logo also adopting the gold colour.

The announcement comes as little surprise to most fans, with the first leaked images of the kit emerging earlier this summer, before Ezgjan Alioski was spotted donning the new kit on a recent Instagram story.

Following the successful launch of the largely popular home shirt, all that remains to be released is the third shirt, which is rumoured to come in a potentially controversial maroon colour.

What do you make of the shirt? Would you prefer a traditional yellow away strip? Let us know on Twitter at @ThruItAllLUFC!