MK Dons and Just Sport Pro Club can today reveal the club's new strips for the 2007/08 season by Nike.Following Monday's announcement that the Dons have agreed a three-year deal with Nike's official team sports retail partner, we can now show supporters exactly what the team will be running out in next term.

The home strip, as modelled by club captain Keith Andrews, is the familiar all-white ensemble featuring the famous Nike swoosh on both the breast and left sleeve The red strip, as worn by Clive Platt, will be the Dons' second-choice kit next season.

The red kit, as modelled by striker Clive Platt, will be the club's second-choice colour next season and includes the addition of primarily white socks. The black strip, worn by defender Sean O'Hanlon will be the club's change strip, for occasions when neither white or red may be worn.

All three kits will be available to pre-order in the coming weeks ahead of the new season, so keep an eye on mkdons.com for dates when they are confirmed.

MK Dons have agreed a three-year deal with Nike team sports retail partner Just Sport. Milton Keynes Dons have signed a major three-year kit deal With Nike's team sports retail partner Just Sport Pro Club.The deal will see the world famous Nike swoosh on Dons shirts until 2010. The deal also involves Just Sport taking over the retail operation on behalf of the club when the new stadium opens.

Michael Heslop Sales Director for Just Sport Pro Club said: "Both ourselves and Nike are delighted Milton Keynes Dons have signed a major three-year kit deal With Nike's team sports retail partner Just Sport Pro Club.The deal will see the world famous Nike swoosh on Dons shirts until 2010.to be forming an association with the club at this exciting time in its development. The new stadium is absolutely fantastic and we are confident the supporters will love the kits." MK Dons Chairman Pete Winkelman said: "The Nike brand has become synonymous with sporting excellence. It is a world-leading sports technology company that, through our partnership with Just Sport, we are now able to associate with our club.

"The stadium has set a benchmark for quality that can only see it associated with people who share our common goal - to achieve top class football in Milton Keynes." The Dons' brand new kits for the 2007/2008 season will be unveiled later this week along with further details as to when supporters will be able to get their hands on it. The Stadium superstore is due to open in July prior to the pre-season friendly against West Ham United.

Milton Keynes Dons Football Club is a football club in Milton Keynes, England. They play in Football League Two, the fourth division of English football. The club was relaunched under its current name on 21 June 2004, nine months after it (as Wimbledon F.C ) relocated to Milton Keynes. It is considered by The FA to be a continuation of Wimbledon F.C., but many of that club's original fans no longer support it, having instead founded their own club, A.F.C. Wimbledon, in south-west London, which they regard as the legitimate successor to Wimbledon F.C.

 

 

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  1. fsc

I can't see the picture :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :cry:

 
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