Tottenham backlash: Fans launch petition against shirt as Spurs fail to cut the mustard
26 June 2009 09:00
Tottenham fans have launched an attack on the club's new kit.
The north London side unveiled its latest white home shirt this week, complete with an odd mustard V across the chest.
Disgruntled Spurs fans have now set up a petition against the new strip and hundreds have added their name in protest against the launch.
The club unveiled no fewer than three new kits for the forthcoming season - and their fans are facing a streak of yellow peril as well as a costly trip to the club shop.
The strips, manufactured by Puma, represent the three core club colours of white, blue and yellow, according to the club's publicity material.
The new home kit - predominantly white but with yellow flashes - will be worn for the first time for Spurs' match against Barcelona in the Wembley Cup next month.
Wembley will also showcase the new yellow third strip in the match against Celtic, with the navy away kit worn for the first time at White Hart Lane in the pre-season friendly against Olympiakos in August.