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New home kit for 2017/18 revealed

City’s new home strip for 2017/18 has been revealed by club record signing Famara Diédhiou.

The £5.3m Senegalese striker’s first task as a City player was to model the new shirt, which features white pinstripes.

The club will also return to wearing white shorts for the new campaign, with red and white socks.

To find out how to be the first to get your hands on the new home shirt, like Diédhiou, head back to bcfc.co.uk on Friday!

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