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Man City Unveil New 2020-21 Home Jerseys | PHOTOS

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Manchester City football club of England has unveiled it’s new home jerseys for the 2020-21 season, revealing the jersey designs were inspired by the iconic mosaics found in Manchester.

According to the club who posted photos of the new jersey on its website today Thursday, ‘The pattern of the Home jersey, which will be worn by our men’s women and youth teams, has been inspired by the famous mosaics located in the creative hub of Manchester’s Northern Quarter”

Man City unveil new 2020-21 home jerseys inspired by Manchester?s iconic mosaics (photos)

The club also revealed that its players will wear the new Home kit for the first time in Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal at Wembley.

Mark Kennedy, the artist behind the moving mosaics of Manchester’s Northern Quarter said he was proud that his work had served as an inspiration for the kit.

“When I began my journey as an artist, the Northern Quarter was a derelict area that I looked at and wanted to build up,” said Kennedy.

“I began creating Manchester icons using ceramic plates and tiles, integrating my own artistic style.

“My family and I have always been huge City fans, so I created artwork of the players too.

“Over time I was commissioned to create artwork for the club and the city of Manchester, so I feel very privileged to see PUMA use my art as inspiration for the new City Home jersey.”

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Man City unveil new 2020-21 home jerseys inspired by Manchester?s iconic mosaics (photos)

Man City unveil new 2020-21 home jerseys inspired by Manchester?s iconic mosaics (photos)

Man City unveil new 2020-21 home jerseys inspired by Manchester?s iconic mosaics (photos)

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I Was Shot On Purpose By My Colleague Soldier For Killing Many Boko Haram : Ex-Soldier Reveals

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In an interview with an anonymous Former Nigerian soldier unveils that he was shot by another colleague of his for a reason because he killed many Boko harams as a sniper.

The anonymous soldier said; “I’m an ex-soldier, we were fighting Boko haram, I’m a left-handed person, my parents thought I was dead, I was fighting, one of our soldiers shot me on my waist, they spoke in Hausa meaning that I killed Boko haram too much, they shot a woman and her daughter, I was trying to save her second child, I was running, they shot me.”

“I was barely breathing, it took the grace of God for me to survive, when asked by Sandra the host whether he was shot on purpose, he replied that he was shot on purpose. I don’t miss my target as a sniper, i’m one of the best snipers, I resigned because I don’t want to serve the country again, I resigned, I have evidence, if they shoot you you will die and they will gain. Nigeria army needs to be investigated.”

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Black Stars Midfielder Kudus Mohammed Signs For Ajax

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Talented Ghanaian midfielder Kudus Mohammed has been confirmed as the new signing of Dutch champions, Ajax.
Ajax announced the Black Stars player has signed a five-year contract until June 30, 2025.

He has joined Ajax who paid 9 million euros to FC Nordsjælland. Kudus had been linked with Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, and Dortmund but he opted for Ajax where he is confident of regular playing time.

Kudus, a graduate of the famous Right to Dream Academy, has featured in three national team levels for Ghana.

He was part of the U-17 squad that played at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup. Kudus graduated to U-20 and played at the Africa Cup of Nations in 2019.

The 19-year-old is now a Black Stars player, having made his debut and scored against South Africa in November last year.

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