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Friday, February 20, 2009

A new boot design?

This picture has been doing the rounds over the past week or so - some using the image as an amusing joke aimed at women's rugby.

But this is clearly unfair - after all, you only need to look closely at the picture of see the truth. As I am sure Joe would confirm, this boot would never be allowed on a rugby field because... it has the wrong studs.

Yes - examine the footwear carefully and you will clearly see that this is a football/soccer boot!

Indeed I would go so far as to suggest that this must be the boot of choice for most strikers and goalkeepers. After all, it explains so much - like the inability of leading footballers to remain on their feet when faced with even the most innocuous of challenges (or, in extreme cases, when a defender breathes on them too hard). It also explains why, when they fall over,  they roll around for not apparent reason such agony - after all not only is a broken heel distressing for a fashion conscious soccer star, but coming down from that height really could damage an ankle.

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