Puma unveiled Ghana’s new home and away jersey, which will be worn by the Black Stars at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and Ghanaians are disappointed with the design.
The new shirt is mostly red, with a design of the national flag and the word “Ghana” printed on the front.
The Ghana Football Association logo is also embossed in the middle square design of the jersey.
Puma unveiled Ghana’s home jersey in May, which drew positive reactions, but this time the German kit manufacturing giants have been criticised.
The shirts could be worn by the Black Stars in international friendlies against Nicaragua and Brazil next month in Europe. Both games are part of the team’s preparations for the World Cup.
This is awful LOL we got kicked out for them to produce this kit !!! https://t.co/Iy6GZqJfrt
— amilianna. (@AudreyMilian) August 29, 2022
So this dey bee you people 😏 https://t.co/FaZ1Ce0mSE
— Prince Bright (@McDonald_PB) August 29, 2022
Is Ghana a joke to you? What sort of cartoon design is this? You ruined our world cup! https://t.co/Jxab6GCFmn
— Ayarla (@Ayarla468) August 29, 2022
Puma unveils new Black Stars home and away Jersey ahead of Qatar 2022 world Cup.
🇬🇭Home 🇬🇭Away pic.twitter.com/tLyrQK4fMp
— Shaban Mohammed (@ShabanMo9) August 29, 2022
🇬🇭 PUMA unveils new jerseys for national teams and here is the reported new Away kit for the Black Stars of Ghana.
Your ratings? 1️⃣- 1️⃣0️⃣ pic.twitter.com/uCQ7nq7HWW
— Ghana Premier League Updates (@GHPLUpdates) August 29, 2022
Same Puma did this for Uruguay but look at Ghana Black Stars dema own😂 Bibini y3 nipa oo pic.twitter.com/s5YvB2QjNv
— Twilight🇬🇭🏴☠️ (@the_marcoli_boy) August 29, 2022
All I see is a gory accident. Nasty …very nasty. Extremely disappointed. A company full of creatives sat down to do this? come on!!!! https://t.co/Sp5d3YFdm3
— Duke Boateng🇬🇭 (@TheMeek_King) August 29, 2022
Oh if you guys are joking please stop lol. It's not funny anymore lol. https://t.co/oHIDp7HaCq
— pièce de résistance (@CalebisGaven) August 29, 2022
The Black Stars are in a difficult group and will need strong performances to advance to the knockout stage.
They will begin their World Cup campaign against Portugal, followed by South Korea and Uruguay to finish the group stage.
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