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Fans think Sky Sports are handing out footwear after pundits’ shoe choice

FANS reckons Sky Sports are handing out footwear after the pundits on Monday Night Football were seen wearing identical shoes.

Tonight’s offering of Premier League action saw Chelsea travel to London rivals Crystal Palace.

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Fans spotted Sky Sports’ pundits wearing the same shoes on Monday Night Football

It meant legendary Blues goalkeeper Petr Cech joined Jamie Carragher and David Jones in the Sky Sports studio.

Cech gave viewers his opinion of the current Chelsea side, including new stopper Djordje Petrovic.

But fans could not helping noticing one huge similarity between the trio.

All were dressed in smart-casual clothing for occasion, with each man boasting a different outfit.

However, they could all be seen wearing the exact same black shoes complete with a white trim.

And fans flocked online questioning whether the sneakers had been handed out intentionally.

One said: “@SkySports Footwear all around, what are these, TV shoes?”

Another declared: “Why does everyone on Sky Sports wear cartoon shoes?”

One noted: “Other than Sky Football pundits, does anyone else in any other walk of life wear these shoes??”

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Another added: “Anyone else noticed the dream of white-soled deck shoes by the Sky football crew? Official wear.”

It’s not the first time Sky Sports have been called out for their pundits wearing matching shoes.

Sky Sports presenter branded ‘best figure on TV’ as she shares on-screen pics.. but fans can’t stop looking at her shoes

In October 2022, fans were left gobsmacked when FOUR pundits donned the white-bottomed boots.

Jones was joined by Gary Neville, Louis Saha and Jamie Redknapp for a chat with Erik ten Hag on the Old Trafford pitch.

And one fan laughed: “I didn’t know Sky Sports had their own brand of shoes.”

It's not the first time Sky Sports pundits have worn matching shoes

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It’s not the first time Sky Sports pundits have worn matching shoes