Marketing Adidas responds to debate over women’s Manchester United jersey The sports brand said it made the two styles in order to ‘give fans a choice,’ but some think the female design is discriminatory. By Kevin Allen@kevin_j_allenAug. 6, 2015 SHARE Ragan Insider Premium Content The women’s version of the team kit has a plunging neckline when compared to the men’s version. Here are the posts that tipped off the controversy: Seriously @adidas?! why is the V neck so low compared with mens one? Some of us don’t like to show cleavage. @ManUtd pic.twitter.com/km4nOPs0nK — Helin (@MUnitedGirl) August 1, 2015 This is really irritating because the men’s fits differently. Will have to settle for the mens I guess. @adidas @ManUtd not impressed at all — Helin (@MUnitedGirl) August 1, 2015 What are @adidas trying to say with the ladies design? I call that discrimination. Nike never did that. @ManUtd To read the full story, log in. Become a Ragan Insider member to read this article and all other archived content. Sign up today Already a member? Log in here. Learn more about Ragan Insider.