Why Manchester United Will Change Socks Colour Against Middlesbrough Finally Revealed

Manchester United will ditch their usual black socks and wear white when we face Middlesbrough in the FA Cup on Friday, reports the Daily Mail.

The switch is being done to ‘avoid potential issues for color-blind fans and viewers’.

Meanwhile, Our opponents have only two choices for their kit – either all red or green.

The Red Devils wear red themselves and have decided to opt for white socks to ‘help increase the visual contrast’ to red or green’.

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The last time we wore white socks under Ralf Rangnick was in the 1-1 draw with Newcastle and in the 2-2 draw with Atalanta.

Given the pressure to win silverware this term, the club will be hoping for a better result against Middlesbrough this week.

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