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The Citizens

With his speed, power and passing ability, versatile Yaya Toure has been a key member of the Man City squad since joining in 2010. The 6'3" midfielder from Ivory Coast is well-traveled in his career and has played in Belgium, Ukraine, Greece and France.

Manchester City's new official home jersey from Nike.

The Citizens will be wear the classic sky blue for the 13/14 season. Includes official Manchester City team badge (which unique to this jersey is inside a shield inspired by Manchester's coat of arms) and Nike logo.

The white ribbed crew neck and white ribbed cuffs feature a dark blue trim detail that honors Manchester City's first ever 1892 kit.

Dri-FIT. Mesh ventilation. Polyester.


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