CALLUM MCGREGOR has bagged himself a new job – in a GARDEN CENTRE.
At least, that’s what one Celtic fan thinks the skipper looks like he’s doing while modelling some of the club’s latest retro-inspired clothing gear.
Adidas has dropped a new ‘Icons’ range of clothing via the club shop but Hoops fans seem unimpressed on first viewing.
One said on Reddit: “Is this a retro collection? Is that what they mean by icon?
“It looks a bit ASDA.”
Another commented: “Leeds released the same designs this morning in Leeds colours. I imagine several other clubs have too.
“Not expecting them to break the mould every time, but these Adidas templates are s***.”
“Hard no from me,” said another.
One supporter reckons the items look like “knock off pyjama sets”.
As part of the collection a half-zip training top, a short-sleeved top, black shorts and black tracksuit bottoms have been released.
Star players like McGregor, Liel Abada and Alistair Johnston have been modelling the new clobber.
Prices range from a hefty £50 for the shorts to £100 for the training top.
The short-sleeved jersey and the track pants both cost £70 each.
Adidas say the items “hark back to football nostalgia” and are designed to “re-imagine what the Bhoys may have worn in the early ’90s”.
The zip-up training top is predominantly green, with the sleeves in black from the shoulders to the forearms, where the brand’s signature three stripes can be seen.
Commenting on how McGregor looks wearing that particular garb, one fan remarked: “Calmac looks like he works in a garden centre.”
Quoting Scottish TV favourite Still Game, another punter joked: “Calmac looks ready to say, ‘You’ll need the paint guy to get you paint. I’m carpet. I can only get you carpet.'”
The Celtic crest and the Adidas logo are centred on the zip-up, as they are on the short-sleeved top.
That garment is striped in two shades of green, with a black t-shirt style collar, and black and white diagonal stripes rising from the sides.
Both tops are loose-fitting.
The shorts and tracksuit bottoms are black, with green and white stripes at the sides.
Adidas say the range is “tapping into the culture and style of years past to give fans a throwback replica collection” and that it “perfectly blends current street wear trends and football”.
Elsewhere, a former Rangers TV presenter has been spotted working in her new role in the hit Netflix series Drive to Survive.
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