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“I’ve seen it, I’ve designed it” – Music legend confirms Manchester City third kit details



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Manchester music legend Noel Gallagher has revealed details involving City’s 2024/25 third kit, with designers commemorating one of the industry’s finest albums.

It is the latest early reveal of details concerning Manchester City and PUMA’s new range of releases ahead of next season, following a string of colour leaks and rejected concepts across social media over the past few months.

Such is the excitement around Manchester City’s new kits that concept designs are being made a reality in the background too, forcing kit experts to reject such designs as the new editions being released by City’s manufacturers, specifically the home shirt.

In a throwback to Manchester City’s historic promotion-winning season of 1998/99, it has already been leaked that the club’s new away shirt will have a similar colourway to the jeresey worn at Wembley Stadium and scored in by Paul Dickov against Gillingham.

Now, following a string of leaked information, some confirmation over one of Manchester City’s releases has emerged from a music legend that has had a hands-on impact on the design of the release expected later this year.

Speaking during a recent conversation with BBC 5 Live Sport’s Friday Football Social, Oasis icon Noel Gallagher revealed that Manchester City will pay tribute to the band’s ‘Definitely Maybe’ album on it’s 30-year anniversary.

“I can’t say too much, but it’s a Definitely Maybe-inspired third kit and it’s far-out,” Noel Gallagher explained. “I’ve seen it, I designed it. It’s got a massive picture of my head on all the tops,” he joked.

“No, it’s great. It’s been a real honour to do it for the 30th anniversary. It’s amazing.”

Definitely Maybe was the debut studio album by Oasis, released by Creation Records on 29th August 1994.

As described by Rough Trade, the album was ‘an immediate critical and commercial success’ in the UK, going straight to number one in the Albums Chart and becoming the fastest-selling debut album in British music history at the time.

Oasis’ release subsequently went on to be certified 8x platinum by the BPI for sales of over 2.4 million units, and going on to sell over 8.5 million copies worldwide.