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The Citizens

Sergio Aguero is the brightest star on a Manchester City team chock full of them. The sensational Sky Blues striker is a nightmare for would-be defenders and arguably the best Argentine player not named Lionel Messi to come along in a great many years.

Nicknamed "Kun" by his grandparents as a nod to his favorite Argentine cartoon character, Ag├╝ero forever endeared himself to the Manchester City faithful in 2012 when he scored a stoppage time winner on the season's final day to snare the English Premier League crown from Manchester United.

It was the club's first league title in 44 years and the first of many championship memories he'll make in a Sky Blues shirt.

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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