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Chelsea dropped their third kit for the 2019-20 season on Wednesday to mixed reviews, with the club seeking to hark back to the much-celebrated mid-90's era with a retro design.

A black top, black shorts and bright orange socks complete the colour scheme, the top featuring a faint 'CFC' pattern that runs diagonally across - the font for which is nostalgically borrowed from 90's matchday programmes.

Pete Hoppins, Nike Football Apparel Senior Design Director, said of the design: “The changes at Chelsea were reflective of the wider changes sweeping through English football in the early ’90s.

Frank Lampard favourite Mason Mount echoed Hoppins' thoughts, stating that he feels the outfit has something for every walk of fans.

“You can see the '90s influence in fashion at the moment, and I think the kit will appeal to pretty much everyone,” the midfielder said in the kit's press release.

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