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What was Manchester City home kit for 2011-12 season?

What was Manchester City home kit for 2011-12 season?

Umbro supplied kits for Manchester City for a third season in a row. Home: The home kit for 2011–12 season featured a striking “soundwave” graphic embedded on to the front of the shirt. The “soundwave” graphic took inspiration from the club’s anthem, the Blue Moon, which was sung by fans on the match days.

Who was man of the match in FA Cup Final 2019?

After a season plagued by injury, Kevin De Bruyne started the 2019 FA Cup final on the bench. He came on with Man City 2-0 up and it was like someone had just taken their foot off a fire hose. A torrent of unstoppable football washed over Watford with City’s brilliant Belgian at the heart of it.

When did Manchester City play in the Champions League?

The club also played in the UEFA Champions League for the second time, and the first time since its rebranding from being the European Cup, after finishing third in the 2010–11 Premier League .

Who was the FA Cup Player of the round 2011?

The draw was made on 30 October 2011 and ties were played on the weekend of 12–13 November 2011. Redbridge, from the 8th tier of English football, were the lowest ranked football team to make it through to the first round proper. Player of the round: Stefan Brown ( AFC Totton, 38% of the vote).

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When did Man City get the sky blue shirt?

Man City Home Kit. Although City are now synonymous with their sky blue home jersey, the initial West Gorton FC shirts were black. It was not until 1894, when the club became a limited company and adopted the Manchester City name that they adopted the sky blue jersey as their home colours.