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Man City’s graphic design game is more Sunday League than Premier League

The table toppers might be the richest club in world football but their graphics leave a lot to be desired

There’s a lot to be admired about Manchester City right now.

They’re running away with the Premier League, they dominated their Champions League group and they’re playing some of the finest football British fans have ever witnessed.


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Raheem Sterling helped fire Manchester City 15 points clear at the top of the Premier League with victory at Newcastle

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World beaters

The quadruple? Why not?

But even the richest club in the world seemingly don’t pay enough attention to their graphic design game.

In fact, to say they were slacking in that department would be an understatement.

Looking at the ‘players’ section of the Manchester City’s officially website – www.mancity.com – everything seems fairly normal initially:

Normal service

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Normal service

 

That is until you get down to the more fringe members of the squad:

Wait… what?

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Wait… what?

We get that Eliaquim Mangala has been pretty useless since his mega £42m move from Porto a few years ago, but surely he deserves his actual face on his actual body?

That’s what you get for just nine starts this season

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That’s what you get for just nine starts this season

Same with Jason Denayer, whose head is definitely way too big for the body it’s been superimposed on.

That’s not even close

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That’s not even close

It’s a similar case for Phil Foden…

Nope

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Nope

…and Patrick Roberts.

Definitely not

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Definitely not

Botch job.

Now we’re not usually ones for calling out individuals, but this hilarity simply had to be exposed.


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