Next up on our long list of Iconic Kits from the Premier League era, is Manchester United's home shirt from 1994, which was worn across two seasons in the prem.
This Umbro classic was worn at the start of Alex Ferguson's dominance in English football, as the class of 92 slowly emerged onto the scene..."You can't win anything with kids" and all that. So for that reason alone, it's probably worth a little blog post to be honest. Apologies in advance to Alan Hansen, who over twenty years later, still can't escape that Match of the Day blunder.
As you may know, we bloody love a good collar on a 90s football shirt and this one, certainly doesn't disappoint. Made somewhat Iconic, purely by Eric and his need to always wear the Collar up, it's the one shirt you can raise the collar and not look like a bit of a numpty.
When analysing a Man united 90s shirt, it will always have the SHARP sponsor - in a really basic white font. Still to this day, we associate all Manchester United shirts with SHARP, therefore we can't fault it, regardless of how little imagination was put into it.
As if that wasn't enough, Umbro only went and added a detail of Old Trafford to the shirt - genius, we must admit. If you go to Old Trafford today, you'll see a bunch of fans in this one - Fact.