CHELSEA fans were left despondent after a fresh design of next season's home kit was leaked.
The Nike offering mixes two different patterns with luminous yellow trim to make for what one fan deemed a 'disasterclass'.
Last month, a potential 2021-22 shirt was leaked to the fury of Blues supporters.
And an update of the design is claimed to be making its way onto shelves soon.
It features both a checkered and a zig-zag pattern that wrap around the shirt and meet down one side of the front, lining up with the badge.
The kit was revealed by FootyHeadlines ahead of an early May unveiling, with one fan on Twitter, Heron Duck, spotting it on sale in shops abroad already.
But the online Stamford Bridge faithful have given the leak a resounding thumbs down.
Oliver commented: "Did Sonic the Hedgehog design this?"
Chelsea fan Mo stated: "Horrible disasterclass from Nike here."
Another supporter added: "This gotta be the worst Chelsea kit ever."
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One onlooker joked: "What did you boys do to p*** of Nike so much?"
Twitter user Joe remarked: "Worst home I’ve seen kit since being born. Sack the designer."
And one fan even vowed: "Boycott this."
As ever there was a small pocket of dissenting voices as Astrid tweeted: "This is beautiful."
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