Umbro have a pop at Nike after England's Euro 2016 exit

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England's former kit manufacturer has joked that the team were better when they were in charge of making the Three Lions's shirt


Umbro reckon they’ve got the answer for England’s failings at Euro 2016 - and they are laying the blame at Nike’s door.

England had been wearing Umbro-made shirts since 1984 before Nike took over in 2012 and have been producing the kits ever since.

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But following England’s shock exit at the hands of Iceland on Monday evening, the country were still trying to work out where it all went wrong.

Umbro, however, reckon England have got worse since the decision to swap kit providers.

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