Manchester United is a top English Premier League football club. The past 2 decades have been the most successful time in the clubs history. Under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson the team won 13 Premier League trophies. The Manchester United kit has become synonymous with top class soccer players. Their success has made them the most popular football team in the world.

Nike currently produces the Manchester United Kit. This relationship began in 2002 and is due to expire in 2015. There is currently much speculation regarding, which company will manufacture the team's kits in the future. Some reports suggest, that Nike are renegotiating a deal that will be worth £60m per year. This would nearly double the largest deal signed to date.

The brand new Manchester United home football shirt is now on offer at Soccer Box. Get yours today! This 2013 - 2014 soccer jersey is all red in color, with a bold black polo neck collar. The style of the shirt remembers the glorious 1990s, when Cantona would wear the collar upturned. A modern addition is several buttons around the collar, allowing it to be securely fastened in place.

The style of this Manchester United home football shirt was designed in a commemorative fashion, to remember the 26 successful years under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson. Ferguson was the longest ever-serving football manager, beginning his career at Old Trafford in 1986. He retired at the end of last season aged 71. He finished his glorious career by leading the team to their 20th top-flight championship title.

In addition to 13 Premier League titles, Alex Ferguson also helped the team to secure 5 FA Cup trophies, and 10 Community Shields amongst other honors. Under his management the team that wears the Manchester United Kit also performed well in European competitions, winning 2 UEFA Champions League trophies. Such success made sales of the team's football kits big around the world.

The Manchester United kit sells more than any other team, for sportswear manufacturer Nike. According to statistics they have sold around 1.4 million shirts per season for the past 5 seasons. Statistics released last year also show the Manchester United football strips as the most popular for personalized jerseys with Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Shinji Kagawa the most requested names.

Upon his resignation, Alex Ferguson left a strong, well coordinated, Premier League winning team. He helped to choose his replacement, David Moyes, former Everton manager, and has remained on the board in an advisory capacity. With this level of preparation, the fans that wear the Manchester United kit would of been hoping for their teams continued success and dominance.

It has not been an easy start to the 2013 - 2014 season for new manager David Moyes. This has been the worst ever start to a soccer season for the players wearing the Manchester United kit. In September they lost at home to Liverpool, then to West Bromwich Albion, the Red Devils 1st home defeat against the Baggies for 35 years. Add to this, a 4-1 away defeat at local rivals Manchester City, the fans had very little to celebrate.

More recently they were knocked out of the FA Cup by Swansea, in a 1-2 home defeat. They also lost to Sunderland, away from home in the 1st leg of the League Cup. This series of defeats has led many commentators to question if Moyes was the right replacement for Alex Ferguson. Following 4 back-to-back defeats they won their league match at home against Swansea this weekend.

At the final whistle, the players wearing their Manchester United home football shirt seemed invigorated. Following the match Moyes said, he felt confident that the team's fortunes were changing. Throughout this tough period the fans have remained loyal to the team. Statistics showing this seasons shirt sales will reveal if the team's support is wavering.

Do you think Moyes was the right person to take over from Sir Alex Ferguson? Does the team need to invest in new players this winter?