Most footballers have got their own designed boots. Shoe companies take time to create unique boots for certain players. Some players choose to write the names on their boots while others go for messages. Today we will take a look at five footballers with hidden messages on their boots.
Hidden massage : ‘Pogboom’
Paul Pogba wears the Predator , either the latest Predator 20+ model or his own Paul Pogba Season variation, as one of only two adidas players that get their own , The Predator Mutator perfectly suit Pogba's style of play by offering him the Controlskin strike zone to complement his ability to control the game with his long-range passing and deft ball control.
It also provides Pogba with sock-like fit courtesy of adidas’ very own Primeknit technology and bounces with the ControlFrame soleplate.Paul Pogba is known for his swaggy haircuts and dances, without forget his ability to controll the ball as a great midfielder. On his boots, there is his nickname signature ‘Pogboom’.
Hidden massage : ‘Get the rave on’
Personalised football boots are very common in today's game - with many players having their own initials/number or that of a family member on their cleats. Jordan Pickford, however, has opted for something a little different on his footwear. Being the absolute Mackem nutter he is, England's No.1 has got 'Get The Rave On' accompanied by an England flag on his boots. Genuinely.Seeing as he was the last person featured before this shot in the latest England video, I genuinely think these are Jordan Pickford's boots. 'Get the rave on'.
The 24-year old was an absolute hero in England's World Cup campaign, making a slew of sublime saves in knockout round wins over Colombia and Sweden as Gareth Southgate's side got to the semi-finals for the first time since 1990.
3. Steven Gerard
Hidden massage : Lilly-Lexie’ & ‘Lourdes’
Steven Gerrard has posted a touching birthday message to his daughter Lexie.The Rangers' boss and Liverpool legend posted a photograph of him with Lexie and a message which read: "Happy 14th birthday Lexie have a special day just like you are to me."Lexie made her professional modelling debut in 2018 and has done photo shoots for Boohoo and JD Sports. Steven's daughter has thousands of followers on social media.Others chimed in, with Robbie Fowler saying: "Happy birthday Lex. from all of us."
On his own Instagram, Fowler celebrated his son's birthday too, saying "Happy birthday Cub."Steven only recently celebrated his son Leo's third birthday. The former midfielder posted a picture on social media which showed Leo with a blue child's ride-on Range Rover.Steven is proud father to Leo, and three daughters Lexie, Lilly-Ella and Lourdes. During his time as a player, Liverpool legend Steven Gerard had the names of his children inscribed on their boots. Gerard three daughters at the time, as his son was not born yet. He had ”Lilly-Lexie’ on his left and ‘Lourdes’ on the right Adidas boot.
2. Eden Hazard
Hidden massage : ‘Rien ne me touche’ (Meaning: Nothing can touch me)
Hazard currently wears his trusty Mercurial Vapor 13 boots in training. FootyHeadlines have provided us with an image of a special design for the same model for Eden to wear further down the road. Those cleats have a particular colour-scheme which tells a story in itself.Nike Football are always looking for ways to make their footwear better not only in ways of actual feel and touch but also the visual aspect of the boots.With the newest Mercurial Vapor 13 out, the sporting attire giants have offered a chance to customise the shoes to your own liking. A certain Real Madrid player already has a great template created for him.
Eden Hazard will be honoured to receive a special edition of the Vapor 13 in Blancos-white colour with blue accents to pay homage to his Chelsea past. The boots themselves have an awesome white upper with a golden swoosh and his name in blue.The Belgian showed an incredible level of professionalism during the whole 'Chelsea to Real Madrid' operation without any drama attached to his move. Eden said his farewells to Stamford Bridge with his Chelsea supporters wishing him luck in his new adventure and joined Los Blancos.To celebrate Nike Football presented him with a unique pair of Mercurial Vapor X. The phrase ‘Rien ne me touche’ was around the top of the crest. Translated as “Nothing can touch me”, the motto epitomizes Hazard’s confidence, adventure and attacking abilities.
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
Hidden massage : ‘CR7’
One of the most lethal forwards in football history, Cristiano Ronaldo requires a lightweight boot with exceptional touch and traction. But that’s not sufficient! Nike also had to add the letters ‘CR7’. The words ‘CR7’ stand for his name Cristiano Ronaldo and his shirt number 7. The boots are also known as CR7.After introducing his maiden venture with CR7 underwear in October 2013, Ronaldo launched his own footwear, shirts, fragrance, branded gyms lines, jeans company and restaurant group under the CR7 trademark.In August 2016, Ronaldo launched 'CR7 Selfie app' to benefit the Save the Children initiatives.Ronaldo invested £54 million in launching a global hotel chain with Pestana Hotel Group under the brand Pestana CR7.
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