Gary NevilleManchester United take on Manchester City tomorrow, in a game where the Busby Babes will be remembered.

Both United and City will be playing in a kit without any logos or sponsorship, as a sign of respect for those who lost their lives 50 years ago.

“The sincere thanks of the Club go to AIG and Nike for their wholehearted backing for the kit change, and to the Premier League for allowing us to mark the event in a unique way,” said David Gill.

What do you think of our kit?




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