Football or football, like many, know the most-played game on this planet – insofar as it is religion for many. There are people who have taken the floor to eat, drink, and sleep to the next level of football. Well, you really can not help, because the game is coming from this world. The enthusiasm and total commitment to the game can be measured by the fact that we are not just trying to emulate a player's playing style, personal characteristics, and overall play, but we know the shoe brand he wears. Perhaps not everyone knows, but that changes.
First, you need to know the basics. What can be the basics in football shoes to ask? Manufacturers are the answer. There are plenty of soccer shoes, but it's time to keep up with time. The top five are Puma, Lotto, Nike, Adidas and Reebok. While at the same time Puma and Lotto were all anger, the resources that the others poured into the research turned the tide faster. After all, today's shoes are nothing more than science products.
The famous shoe or rivet, which was stormed by the world, was Nike Mercurial Vapor IV. This line started a few years ago, and over time it became one of the best football players. Not surprisingly, currently the best players, Portugal and Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo are the enthusiastic users of the steamers. Also Chelsea's thriving ivory, Didier Drogba, AC Milan and Brazil striker Alexandre Pato and Barcelona and Brazil right-wing Dani Alves.
England and Manchester United ahead of Wayne Rooney, Spain and Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, Dutch midfielder Jaan Klaas Huntelaar, Spain and Liverpool trap man Fernando Torres, Chelsea's French wing Florent Malouda and Arsenal Brazilian young Denilson are both members of the Nike Laser II T90 club.
Adidas is also part of the stars. Dimitar Berbatov's Bulgarian predecessor, Dimitar Berbatov, never saw anything in Adidas Predator, such as Liverpool and England midfield dynamo Steven Gerrard. David Beckham, England's most famous winger, is also Spain, Real Madrid legend Raul Gonzalez, German captain Michael Ballack, Spanish Marcos Senna and Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie.
Adidas & # 39; another famous shoe line is the F50 and it is also part of the fans. The impressive Barcelona and Argentina genius Lionel Messi, the Dutch extreme Arjen Robben and his countryman Dirk Kuyt, English striker Jermain Defoe, the upcoming left-back Gareth Bale and German Lukasz Podolski bear the F50s.
As far as Lotto is concerned, its most important tracking is limited to Italy and Inter Milan Dejan Stankovic is a regular user. Portugal Ricardo Quaresma on Adidas & AdiPure, while England and Chelsea wing Joe Cole is the leader of Nike Air Legend.