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Although Barcelona is very interested in Manchester United general paul pogba football boots, but the Red Devils are not willing to let go. But Barcelona can’t give up easily. The British “Daily Mail” said that Barcelona saw the signing of Bogba as a response to Real Madrid’s possible introduction of Neymar.

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The report said that Barcelona has no reason to give up the long-term battle of introducing adidas PP Predator 18+ FG from Manchester United. They really want Bogba, because Barcelona knows that Real Madrid is going to sign Paris star Neymar next summer, they need to respond to it. Bogba’s agent, La Iola, also offered them this possibility.

The Post said that after Iniesta left Barcelona, ​​they now have three plans to solve this problem. The first is Coutinho, but the Brazilians tend to join the striker 3-group instead of the midfielder. The second is Bayern’s newly signed Bayern star Vidal, but they know that Vidal is vulnerable, and this solution is only a short time. The third is Artur, but he is still very young. He is a success or failure for Barcelona. And if Bogba comes to Barcelona, ​​he can directly integrate into Barcelona’s midfield. In addition, he can bring business appeal to Barcelona.

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After the game of the Spanish Super Cup, Barcelona President Bartomeu said: “I don’t talk about the names of the signings. I have to respect other clubs. (From the closing of the transfer window) there are still 20 days, we will look at Who will leave, our energy is concentrated in La Liga, (transfer problem) It is best to ask Abidal, Planes and Segura, we still have time to make the necessary actions.” This remark also triggered Many speculations from the outside world.

However, the Post believes that Barcelona still has a lot of variables in its pursuit of paul pogba soccer cleats. Manchester United may offer a new contract for Bogba, making him the highest-paid player in the team, and Bogba may also be in peace with Mourinho. If Bogba’s situation in Manchester United is normal until January next year, then Barcelona’s hopes of signing him will be small. But despite this, Barcelona will not give up any chance to bring Bogba to the Camp Nou.

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Barcelona in the new season has a strong Adidas Predator 18+ Latin American character. There are already Latin players in the lineup of Valverde. This summer, Barcelona introduced several South American players.

After Barcelona recently signed Chilean midfielder Vidal, the first team had as many as eight Latin American players, but Colombia’s Mina had just been sent away.

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In this summer’s transfer market, nike football boots with sock Barcelona introduced three South American players, they are Brazil’s Artur, Malcolm and the aforementioned Vidal. In January of this year, Barcelona also introduced the Brazilian player Coutinho, after the Barcelona team has Messi, Suarez and Rafinha these American players.

These players will help Valverde form a Nike Mercurial Superfly VI luxurious attack line. In the past few years, these players have shown a high level of football. In fact, Barcelona’s offensive lineup is basically composed of South American players, plus a French Dembele. In addition to Messi and Suarez, Coutinho and Malcolm have a strong offensive ability. Coutinho often cuts in the left and shoots, and Malcolm’s attack on the right is also very strong.

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Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and adidas football boots with sock Chile are the countries of the Americas that have provided players for Barcelona, ​​while Brazil has the largest number of players, reaching four. Valverde has a luxurious lineup in the frontcourt, and the club has prepared a fortune for him, and the team can rely on these players. Coutinho is the most expensive signing in club history, Barcelona paid him 160 million euros to Liverpool, and in the summer of 2014, Barcelona also spent 81 million euros to introduce Suarez

Nike Phantom Vision Both the Mercurial Superfly and Vapor features the return of the Nike swoosh placement on the toe box

Hot off the heels of Nike’s pack launches of Stealth Ops and Raised on Concrete, Nike has decided to further bless us with more color options in the Rising Fire Pack. This bold new look primarily features a rich maroon color, combined with silver detailing throughout logos and tech highlights.

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The Rising Fire Pack is a select color update to Nike’s Speed and Precision silos, the Mercurial family and the newly arrived Nike Phantom Vision. So if you’re a Tiempo or Hypervenom player, you’re out of luck this time. However, there are still great color options to choose from between the Stealth Ops and Raised On Concrete Pack.

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Both the Mercurial Superfly and Vapor features the return of the Nike swoosh placement on the toe box, as seen introduced when they were both released earlier this year. The silver accents of the swoosh and Mercurial heel logo look fantastic and really pop when placed on top of their maroon setting.

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The silver accents are much more prominent in the Nike Phantom Vision as we see the control triangular zone highlighted in silver. The silver is a really bold pop, but helps to draw attention to the micro texture control zones that are located in the instep. It’s a great cheap soccer cleats update for Phantom, too.

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Adidas today launched a fresh colorway for the adidas Predator 18+ boots and with it the last major Predator 18+ colorway before the World Cup edition. Compared to the more lower tier models, the 18+ features a lot less green in the sole plate.

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A fresh new look, the Adidas Predator cleats from the new adidas football boots line. They come with the classic trademark Predator writing on the heel area and inside the collar.

If we look at the tech, the Adidas Predator 18+ soccer cleats are the same as all previous paint jobs an editions. They feature a laceless knitted Primeknit upper with ‘Predator’ rubber elements for ultimate control in dry and wet conditions.

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The incredibly popular Nike Phantom Vision stealth ops boots was reunited with the rest of its family today as Mercurial, Tiempo and Hypervenom all received the Stealth Ops black out treatment.

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When Nike unveiled the Phantom Vision in all its blacked out glory last week, the clamor from boot fans far and wide was a full pack black out, and Nike obliged. Usually referred to as the Academy pack, Nike football boots has covertly renamed the pack to Stealth Ops, but regardless of the name I think we all can agree that everyone loves a blacked out collection.

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The first real pictures and videos showing the final version of the Adidas Predator 18+ World Cup boots have leaked via the great color in stock now.

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Set to be released in late May 2018 for a debut in the 2018 Champions League final, the Predator 2018 World Cup football boots boast a striking look in hi-vis white, silver and red. They form part of the Adidas Energy Mode pack, the brand’s 2018 World Cup collection.

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Inspired by the infamous classic electricity Adidas Predator colorway (pictured below), the Adidas Predator 2018 World Cup football boots boast a ‘white’ upper with striking red details. The Three Stripes of the Adidas Predator 18+ World Cup cleats are white, just as the sock-like collar.

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The sole plate of the Energy Mode Adidas Predator 2018 World Cup soccer cleats fades from white to silver and again to red in a fiery design. A bit of red detailing is present on the collar of the Adidas Predator 18+ World Cup football boots.

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Tech-wise, the 2018 World Cup Adidas Predator 18+ boots are the same as all previous colorways released since December.

World Cup Top 10 Players Of The Tournament, Which one you will love

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Sam Tremlett takes a look at the top 10 players of the tournament, only selecting one from each country.

In this piece Sam Tremlett takes a look at his top 10 players of the 2018 World Cup but only one player is allowed to be selected from each team.

Kylian Mbappe – France

France could have had a multitude of players selected in our top 10, such as Antoine Griezmann, N’Golo Kante, and Raphael Varane. But we have gone with the electric youngster Mbappe after he entertained the world with his pace, skill and complete lack of fear. He is only 19 and can only get better which is truly a scary prospect.

Luka Modric – Croatia

The Golden Ball winner, Modric further showed how he is arguably the best midfielder in the world in Russia as he lead his side to the World Cup Football Boots Final. The two Ivan’s Rakitic and Peresic were very good throughout but the Real Madrid man is in a class of his own.

Kevin De Bruyne – Belgium

The Manchester City man further showed how he is one of the best midfielders in the world in Russia as his pin point passing allowed Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard to be their usual destructive selves. Additionally he has shown he is capable of putting the ball in the net with his strike against Brazil.

Kieran Trippier – England

Yes Harry Kane won the Golden Boot but everyone was kind of expecting him to play well. Not a lot was expected of Trippier who emerged as sublime left back with a potent set-piece delivery. Probably England’s best player throughout the tournament.

Philippe Coutinho – Brazil

All the focus before and during the tournament was on Neymar, but Coutinho was Brazil’s best player. He was creative, elusive got on the scoresheet on more than once occasion. His strike against Switzerland was one of the goals of the tournament.

Yerry Mina – Colombia

With James Rodriguez injured and Radamel Falcao struggling, Yerry Mina despite being a centre-back picked up the scoring slack as he scored three times from headers to get his side to the Round of 16.

Diego Godin – Uruguay

The rock in the Uruguayan defence, Godin lead his team to the quarter-finals but lost to the eventual champions France. Right now, he is probably the best defender in the world.

Denis Cheryshev – Russia

Not a lot was expected of Russia going into the tournament, but they proved everyone wrong in 2018 as they got all the way to the quarter-finals. Their best player was Denis Cheryshev who scored four times including an absolute stunner against Croatia.

Cristiano Ronaldo – Portugal

Portugal may have been knocked out of the World Cup by Uruguay in the Round of 16, but Ronaldo gave us one of the finest moments of the tournament in his very first game against Spain. With the clock running out and his side 3-2 down, Ronaldo got fouled by Gerard Pique on the edge of the box. He then proceeded to score and help his side salvage a draw in one of the games of the tournament. He also scored the winner against Morocco too.

Andreas Granqvist – Sweden

Granqvist was the leader of the Swedish team and helped guide them to top their group and onto the quarter-finals where they would lose to England. In their first game he scored the decisive penalty to beat South Korea and then scored another in a 3-0 romping of Mexico. His defensive work was also excellent as the Swedes kept three clean-sheets in five games.

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Nike today finally revealed the totally new Phantom VSN (Phantom Vision) football boots, which will replace the Magista line from now on

Nike today finally revealed the totally new Phantom VSN (Phantom Vision) football boots, which will replace the Magista line from now on.

The first Nike Phantom Vision cleats will be available tomorrow as part of the ‘Stealth Ops’ pack, whilst the light grey and maroon colorways are slated to drop on July 30 and August 6, respectively.

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Having replaced the Magista, most players who previously donned the Magista Obra DF high cuts will switch to the Phantom Vision line from today. Apart from that, the most prominent players to promote the all-new silo are Philippe Coutinho, Kevin De Bruyne, and Leon Goretzka, two of which wore the Mercurial 360 before.

The Nike Phantom Vision is the first Nike shoe to include the brand’s new ‘Quadfit’ tech, something that will soon adapted by more footwear throughout the Swoosh lineup.

“We developed an internal Quadfit mesh bootie that conforms to fit most any foot, but retains its shape and will not overstretch,” says Nike Football designer Phil Woodman. “Quadfit contains the foot without constricting the foot.”

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Quadfit is designed to decrease breaking in times and offer a more custom, personal fit for everyone. “Players have long been accustomed to the rigors of breaking in their boots,” explains Woodman, “but the PhantomVSN is match-ready right out of the box.”

The ‘Ghost Lace’ lace cover system was a feature that was talked about a lot prior to the launch of the new Phantom Vision. Something new for Nike Football, the construction allows for the entire lacing system to be tucked away under a second layer of Flyknit, similar to what Adidas has done on the last-gen X Purespeed for example.

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“We’ve done tremendous amounts of research, talking with players and analyzing data in the lab,” explains Woodman, “and the results are unanimously in favor of lacing to provide that customized fit each player desires.”

Informed by Nike’s Sport Research Lab research, the Phantom Vision features a 3-D upper structure that is optimized for touch and control in each area of the foot.

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The Nike Phantom VSN has a new traction plate with a stud alignment designed to help with quick, multi-directional turns.

Let’s hear your thoughts on the Nike Phantom VSN in the comments below the article.

World Cup 2018 Russia – The French World Cup Win and the Glories of Immigration

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those of us who have spent a surprising chunk of our lives rooting for—supporting, as they say in Britain—Les Bleus, the French national football team, have to feel a special exultation and delight in seeing them win the World Cup 2018 Russia. Whether or not they gave their best performance against Croatia, they were certainly the best team in the tournament: the one with the most élan, the most entertaining players in their prime, the most creativity available at the most crucial moments.

To the pleasure of seeing a fine team playing well and winning, a pleasure deepened by the many rough bumps that Les Bleus have known along the way—not least the loss in the final of 2006, when a clearly superior French team, rooted in the anchor of Zinedine Zidane and the harpoon of Thierry Henry, lost to an Italian team that took Machiavellian stratagems to victory—one can add the pleasure of having your favorite sporting team also act as the living refutation to one of the least sportsmanlike people on earth. I am referring, of course, to Donald Trump, whose views on immigration and Europe, loudly brayed out last week on his visit to the U.K., were neatly devastated by the excellence and the teamwork of the diverse French squad.

The French team, now the finest in the world’s most popular sport, is entirely dependent for its greatness on immigration, on the extraordinary things that only a cosmopolitan civilization can achieve. The hybrid nature of the roster is already famous: the great and absurdly entertaining teen-ager Kylian Mbappé, who at various moments seemed to be playing another game at another pace from everyone else, comes from a mixed Algerian and Cameroonian background. N’Golo Kanté’s parents came from Mali; Paul Pogba’s are Guinean. And it’s not only the players who come from obvious post-colonial backflow who are part of this story but the many other players who hold myriad identities. Lucas Hernández, who played so crucial a role in victory with his nimble crosses, was born in Marseilles but was brought up in Spain and has always competed on a club level there, which did not prevent him from playing a beautiful role for France, or from celebrating as loudly as anyone else.

And, of course, this group is only the latest edition of the multiple, polyglot team that has been so dominant in the past twenty years—exactly since the rise of the immigrant stars, with the great Zidane, whose parents came from Algeria, the greatest of all. It is no accident that the French team got great when it got cosmopolitan and not unfair to say that it got great even in the face of the French suspicion of cosmopolitanism. (The senior Le Pen, like his parallel in America, has often grumbled about the look and the makeup of the beloved national team.) Trump, of course, with his pitiful maunderings about the “great product” that some country—was it Great Britain or the United Kingdom or maybe, uh, England?—was damaging, as it continued “losing its culture” through immigration, showed that he has not the least idea of the actual history of immigration in Europe, either its challenges (which are many) or its triumphs (which are more).

The irony, of course, is that the one other place, after sport, where that kind of cosmopolitanism is actually most essential is commerce. Dating back to the Bronze Age, pluralism, if only of ports, was a precondition of prosperity. Every successful businessman practices this, if not everyone admits it, and Trump’s inability to understand the benefits of immigration—how it brings new energy, new talents—is of a piece with his inability to understand the double-flowing virtues of open trade. Apparently able to understand the world only in mobster terms, in terms of the domination of a single tribe or family over others, he cannot understand why football and fair trade both get better the more people, and the more kinds of people, are playing.

Of course, the story of immigration in France is hardly uniformly glorious. Those of us who celebrated the first French World Cup triumph, in 1998, as an unmissable step forward in French confidence and cosmopolitanism, were disappointed, though we should not have been surprised, to witness the continuing difficulties that the process of immigration presents, from both sides. The continued power of the National Front is a reminder of how deep-seated old ethnic and religious grievances are, and the Bataclan and Charlie Hebdo massacres are a reminder of how brutal and how cruelly irrational new grievances can become. Indeed, immigration is always a hard story, stretching out over generations. The worst thing that anyone could have said about Sicilian immigrants to America in 1900 was that they would bring their secret crime societies with them to American cities. Some did. But so impossible is it for us to imagine American life without the Italian presence within it—hello, Joe D.; hey, Francis Albert!—that it becomes just one more instance of the broader truth: pluralism is the key to a happy life.

Sports cure nothing, but they do symbolize a lot. What the French victory on Sunday symbolizes is that to compete against the world around you means to compete with the world around you—to have the world and all its resources on your side, rather than shutting off from them in an insular tantrum. The thing that can make even a Francophile American really blue is to think that, having taught this lesson to the world for so long, it’s now a lesson that the world has to teach us.

Nike have unveiled a Naija-inspired Mercurial Superfly 360 and Mercurial Vapor 360

With the World Cup Russia 2018 looming, Nike have celebrated the launch of the ‘Naija’ Nigeria National Team collection with a pair of special edition Nike football boots. Bringing the swag from the Nigeria kits to their footwear game, this Mercurial facelift styles out the game like no other boot this summer.

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Having worked with Nike in creating the summer’s most hyped apparel collection, to celebrate the release of the full Nigeria collection, Nike have unveiled a Naija-inspired Mercurial Superfly 360 and Mercurial Vapor 360, available in green and black colorways on NIKEiD. It’s the icing on a cake that parties hard both on and off the pitch.

The kits will be on-pitch tomorrow when the Super Eagles take on England at Wembley. Nike are said to have received unto three-million pre-orders for the Nigeria jersey alone so it goes some distance in showing just how much the collection has resonated with a contemporary football audience.