Chelsea release new yellow away kit for upcoming season with some fans on social media have deleted Gary Cahill from the picture


CHELSEA have released their new away kit for the upcoming season fronted by Eden Hazard, and some fans on social media have already deleted Gary Cahill from the picture.

Cahill revealed this week he could quit Stamford Bridge after six years if new boss Maurizio Sarri adds Juventus defender Daniele Rugani this summer.

Gary Cahill pictured in new Chelsea away kit
After hinting he could be leaving Chelsea, some fans have already sent Gary Cahill packing
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However, the 32-year-old is already history to some Chelsea faithful, who cheekily erased him from the publicity shots of their new away shirt design by Nike.

World Cup winner N’Golo Kante and PFA Women’s Players’ of the year Fran Kirby are also featured.

CFC_Sam said on Twitter: “They could have used photos of other players.”

@Zoumiazga said: “Don’t let this be the last time we see Hazard in a Chelsea kit.”

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Eden Hazard is pictured in the new kit, but will he be at Chelsea to wear it next season?
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Chelsea and England winner Fran Kirby in the new Chelsea away shirt
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Tog1989 said:”Golovin would look really good in that shirt. So too would Rugani and Higuain.”

The new strip is a throwback to the yellow jersey made famous in the 1960’s and 70’s and returns for the first time since the 2014/15 when Chelsea won the Premier League title.

A lion from the club crest sits on the neckline, alongside “Football is the game”, the second line of the famous Chelsea anthem, “Blue is the colour” is the first line featuring on the home jersey.

The sportswear giants reckon the Vaporknit Match Jersey is engineered for speed, with body-mapped fabric releasing excess heat and Ultralight quick-dry construction to allow to move at full speed.


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