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In a season as tight as this where margins between glory and disaster are smaller than ever, dreams can be realised or crushed in the blink of an eye. It falls to the players who take fate into their own hands to Unlock the Game and deliver when it matters most.
As the clocks go back to officially mark the end of the summer season, the nights become darker and the weather colder across the northern hemisphere. To combat gloomy weather and stand out on-pitch, Nike has created the Hi-Vis Collection of winter apparel, footwear and equipment enabling athletes to train and play at the same intensity throughout the season and with zero distractions. The Hi-Vis Collection features bright and contrasting colour combinations of Volt, Electro Purple, Green Glow and Electric Green on the apparel, footwear and equipment.
As we look towards the start of the season, so do the pros. Three members of the ‘New Breed of Attack’ are premier league superstars Wayne Rooney, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Danny Welbeck. We got to take a sneak peak at their custom made boots as they prepare to take on the 2013-14 season.
This coming season, the Barclays Premier League in England, La Liga in Spain and Serie A in Italy — as well as the Brasilian league — will play with the new Nike Incyte Ball, the latest in football technology.
Aviva Hands Norwich City Shirt Sponsorship to Charity Railway Children for Premier League Clash with Everton0
Norwich City FC (NCFC) will proudly wear the logo of charity Railway Children on their shirts for this weekend’s Premier League clash with Everton at Carrow Road. The Canaries will be lending their support for sponsor Aviva’s UK charity partner, to raise awareness of the fact that one child runs away from home every five minutes in the UK
In case you haven’t noticed, Adidas’ players have been dominating the top scorers section of the premier League statistics. As a result Adidas took some time to catch up with some of the notable players, so far that Luis Suarez and Demba Ba
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If you’ve been watching the premier league this season you probably will have noticed how many players are ‘sock cutting’, this is where you cut the foot off your football sock and wear a white sock instead – and then tape the two together. Players, myself included do it to gain extra traction – although it does also make you stand out on the field, but lately some player’s socks have been standing out more for the strange black dots or squares on the heals. Players wearing them include Aaron Lennon, Emmanuel Adebayor, Cheick Tiote and Marouane Fellaini
(Image via footy-boots)
These new socks are by a company called Trusox from America, and Goals and Gear got our hands on a pair