This comes after Kennedy made an appearance on a recent episode of NUFC Matters with Steve Wraith, where he spoke about a range of topics concerning the Tyneside club.
He said: “I’ve been sent proof by somebody out there that these were pictures that were circulating in November last year.
“So again, what I would do is – I’m not saying they’re not correct – but I would just urge caution that would you believe that Newcastle United’s kit would be circulating in November last year on Twitter if they were the real ones?”
It was recently reported that the club’s new apparent kit manufacturer Castore have plans to revamp the club shop at the bottom of the Gallowgate End at St. James’ Park after taking over from Puma as the Tyneside club’s kit suppliers.
TIF Thoughts on Liam Kennedy’s comments on the concept kit…
Are you interested to see what Newcastle's new kits will look like?
Given the fact that they were made by a designer as concept kits and Kennedy had previous knowledge of them back in November, this suggests to us that these are not the real official new kits for Newcastle’s 2021/22 season.
In our view, rather than speculate over kit concepts on social media, it would be better for the Toon fans to just wait for an official announcement over what the kits will look like.