Man City’s fashion disaster as stars in awful jackets and turn-up jeans
Manchester City players were seen creating their own fashion disaster as the likes of Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker and Kevin de Bruyne were seen donning awful jackets and turn-up jeans.
The current Premier League champions were at Manchester Airport awaiting a flight to Belgium ahead of their Champions League clash with Club Brugge.
And the players were all in similar outfits, with their DSquared jackets and jeans with six-inch turn-ups.
The players paired them with black shoes, but even the superstar footballers could not pull off the howler of the outfit.
Manager Pep Guardiola was slightly more lowkey, pictured wearing a City top underneath his jacket.
De Bruyne was seen carrying a large holdall, presumably with his jacket rightly stuffed out of sight, as players prepared for their trip.
City head to Belgium sitting third in their group having lost to PSG and beaten RB Leipzig so far.
On Tuesday evening's clash, Guardiola said: “It’s the most important team in Belgium now.
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“Belgium, for the last ten 15 years, creates top talent. You see the national team, the physicality, courage and talent.
“The holding midfielders, central defenders are aggressive. They play direct and have quality in the final third.
“We knew it before the draw. When we got the draw, I said: ‘Wow. They are tough’, and they got a good result against Leipzig.
“The next two games are so important for us and them as well of course.”
While De Bruyne, who returns to play in his home nation for the first time as a City player, added: “I’m excited to go back home, it’s the first time except for the national team since I left.
“Brugge will be strong as a team. I know some of them play for the national team.
"Club Brugge is a strong team, they play well and have a lot of talent.
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“In the last couple of years they’ve shown they can be champions more than once, they know exactly what they need to do to win.
“We are used to it now with Manchester City – in the Champions League, there will always be quality. You don't end up here by pure luck, they definitely have the talent there.
“We won’t take them lightly.”
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