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New Kit?

The England players complained about the same issue with theirs after Euro 96 too.

Grey kits are a self inflicted handicap

So in millions and millions of football games, there are 2 examples of teams having issues because of the kits? Well I'm convinced. It's the taupe!
I think I like it. The kits have been very similar year on year since we changed to Nike. Some of the away kits have been great. My favourites are the 2018/19 away kits and the space one from 2-3 seasons ago.
I am not that bothered by the kit, think it looks par for course. Being overweight and over40 means I won't care about it to wear it anyway
It looks like we might actually be going back to 2005/06: https://www.footyheadlines.com/2023/11/nike-tottenham-24-25-home-kit.html


We had a good record in that kit - 34 games, 17 wins, 10 draws, 7 losses: https://thfcdb.com/kits/2005-06-home?tab=matches (including the lasagna game of course)
Think it looks alright as is, but the white arms aren’t part of the kit, it’s just an under garment. The actual kit stops at the blue sleeve.

I think that's what he was talking about.
Would the base layer need to be navy as there has to be some matching if the kit.