FOOTBALL fans were left furious and stunned after an unbelievable blunder.
And it saw Championship club Huddersfield Town somehow sell replica training kit in the megastore… with the WRONG badge on the front.
Huddersfield Town fans have been left confused and furious over a training kit misprintRex
Huddersfield fan Mark Cocks took to social media to show that the Huddersfield training top he had bought for his son had a BURNLEY badge on it.
The unexplainable mistake occurred when Mark purchased the warm-up top from the club shop.
He said: “So been to the HTAFC shop. Son loves his new town training shirt….. apart from its got a Burnley badge on it!”
Other fans weighed in on the hilarious error.
One said: “How does the club get it so wrong?”
Another fan added: “Umbro obviously got the wrong Yorkshire postcode when delivering it!”
Huddersfield Town FCThe original top should be identical, but just with a Huddersfield Town badge[/caption]
A third joked: “If this isn’t the most Huddersfield Town thing I’ve ever seen I don’t know what is.”
And it wasn’t just fans who were getting in on the action, Burnley’s new co-owner, ex-NFL star JJ Watt, took the opportunity to try and claim Mark as a Clarets fan.
AlamyFormer Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt and his wife Kealia are minority owners in Burnley[/caption]
He wrote: “You’ve got Ashley Barnes coming to town next week, son ‘accidentally’ picks up a Burnley kit… the universe is sending you signals mate. Welcome aboard the Burnley bandwagon.”
Huddersfield host Norwich City on Saturday with former Burnley striker Ashley Barnes likely to line up for the Canaries.
The training top itself is worn by a whole host of clubs including Burnley, Huddersfield and Brentford.
It seems as if there has been an error and Huddersfield had been given Burnley’s training tops with the wrong labels on them!