Durham City’s Hoops inspires incredible Adidas Celtic concept kit

DURHAM CITY announced Didier Agathe as their manager last week and received various best wishes from the Celtic support. Now, the North East side have released a new green and white shirt inspired by Didier Agathe’s most prolific team, Celtic. The designers of this kit have attempted a mock-up to include the Adidas/Celtic crossover that we are to expect next month.

Durham released the shirt for sale and it was well received by Celtic supporters as well as their own fans, who preordered the kit in their hundreds.

The designer of Durham’s Celtic inspired kit has applied the style used for the Durham kit for Celtic. The Adidas and Dafabet logos as well as the Celtic crest are visible and should Adidas see this, they may wish to take notice of the comments below the tweet.

The success of the shirt has been incredible, so much so that a PES2020 shirt designer has replicated the shirt into the game and is now selling the custom kits for gamers.

Agathe was a vital part of Martin O’Neill’s sides between 2000-2005 and made 169 appearances before he left the club in 2006. Agathe was a bargain signing for £50k from Hibs and proved to be a top performer. He will be hoping to exert his knowledge of the game to the influence and improve the form of Durham City.

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