The new Puma shirts that don’t have the club crest on the chest quickly proved to be a problem for players to score. Because the hell are you supposed to kiss your shirt after you’ve scored a world goal?
Puma, the clothing manufacturer of several major European clubs, launched its new jerseys earlier this week. What is remarkable about this design is that the club’s crests do not adorn the box, but are embedded in the shirt.
Opinions about the shirts are divided and the shirts now seem to be causing confusion on the pitch. Because after scoring a great goal, the football player sometimes likes to express his love for the club by kissing the logo. But how do you do that with these new T-shirts?
Fenerbahce’s Mehmet Gumuskaya was definitely not prepared for this, which made for a funny scene in the Europa League match against Helsinki. After all, Gümüskaya searched in vain for a club crest to accept. Here you are after this wonderful goal.
Gümüskaya’s great goal:
“Reader. Unapologetic web fanatic. Student. Beer buff. Social media scholar. Alcohol advocate.”