The League Two team say the ‘disruptive magic-eye effect’ will make it harder for strikers to score against them.The fluorescent yellow shirt makes use of pink, purple and blue flourishes to induce nausea in even the most hardened footy fans.Even keeper Scott Brown looks absolutely gutted to be forced to wear the kit in the promotional photos.Of the shirt, Wycombe goalkeeping coach Barry Richardson said: “There’s been a lot of research into the science behind goalkeeper kits, which is why you see a lot of luminous colours and chevron patterns which enlarge the presence of the keeper in the goal.
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Crossing the Manchester divide, David de Gea hasn’t been at his world-class best for Jose Mourinho’s side this season. That isn’t to say the Spaniard has suddenly got worse overnight, but his form has dipped. He’s claimed only 11 crosses and punched the ball clear just once this season, and – like Bravo – has struggled to command his area at times. 2.3 saves per game this term, a modest average, is also his lowest in a Premier League campaign.