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Rival Reviews: An Everton Fan Gets Naked For A Liverpool Jersey

Everton fans hate Liverpool. They’re too flashy, they think they have a monopoly on bad singing and they just win too damn much.

The Merseyside Derby, unlike many of the world’s great soccer rivalries, is different because of the proximity of the two clubs — Anfield and Goodison Park are a literal stone’s throw from each other. This intimacy engenders deep resentment between the two clubs — Everton fans jealous of Liverpool’s money and success and Liverpool fans jealous of actually attracting fans from Liverpool instead of abroad. 

A Modern Classic: Interviewing Sam Garzon, The Founder Of Unozero Soccer Cleats

In a market that's dominated by industry giants, it’s difficult for smaller cleat brands to make an impact. Many have tried to redefine the cleat by removing its laces, adding a special “strike zone” or using a unique stud pattern, but when you boil all those features down, Sam Garzon and his team at Unozero only see a collection of gimmicks. 

Hide Your Wallets: Liverpool’s Blackout Jersey Is Simply Stunning

Who would have thought that New Balance would release the best new jersey of the 2019-20 season, even after what adidas did with Arsenal? The 2019-20 Liverpool blackout jersey was unveiled on Wednesday and it’s simply stunning.

Rival Reviews: A Real Madrid Superfan Reviews A Barcelona Jersey

Real Madrid fans are unique. As supporters of the most successful club in the history of Europe — if not the world — they look down on all others, especially that pesky club from Catalonia.

The only club that can really challenge Los Blancos’ superiority in Spain is, of course, Barcelona, so the rivalry is understandable intense. No other team brings out the best (or worst) in Real.

In Felipe’s case, it was the worst.

Rival Reviews: A Chivas Fan Is Forced To Review A Club América Shirt

Guadalajara vs. Club América, Chivas vs. Las Águilas, El Súper Clásico — because that tame El Clásico over in Spain isn’t super enough.

Two of Mexico’s biggest clubs are also two of Liga MX’s biggest rivals, not just because they’re constantly going head-to-head on the pitch but because they have two distinct styles of going about their business. One’s called the Millionaires, the other the Goat Gang.

The Rarest Soccer Cleats Of All Time

Here is a list of the rarest soccer cleats of all time, according to pricing from auction websites. 

The Rarest Soccer Cleats Of All-Time

#10 Nike Mercurial Vapor R9 FG 1998 Ronaldo Edition (Auction Price: $2,000)

Photo: Ebay User: amz_9

Rival Reviews: We Made This Barcelona Superfan Review A Sergio Ramos Jersey

El Clasico is a match like no other. The passion, love and hate between Real Madrid and Barcelona fans is unrivaled and the two clubs define Spanish football.

But what if a Barcelona fan had to say something nice about Real Madrid? Could he do it?

That was the task assigned to Will for our latest edition of Rival Reviews with World Soccer Shop.

Rival Reviews: A Man United Superfan Reviews His Archrival Team's Jersey

Manchester United and Liverpool have dominated English football for decades. Liverpool was the dominant team for years, only for Sir Alex Ferguson to lead the charge to overtake the Reds as the winningest club in England.

The rivalry runs deep between the country’s two most successful clubs; the North West Derby dwarfs all other derbies in the soccer-mad nation. 

New Nike Tiempo Cleats Are Trippier Than Amsterdam On Shrooms

The Nike Tiempo cleat — when compared with the ultraviolet Mercurial Superfly or neon Phantom Vision Elite — has long been seen as the company’s more traditional offering. That designation has coincided nicely with its growing reputation as the defender’s boot: it's no nonsense.

Although the Tiempo was originally and most famously the boot of choice for Ronaldinho, it now graces the feet of Virgil van Dijk, Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique. 

This Season’s Best New Jerseys Are All Coming From South Africa

The 2019-20 South Africa Premier Soccer League (PSL) begins play on Aug. 3 in what’ll be the competition’s 24th season. The defending champions are the Mamelodi Sundowns — the country’s most successful side with nine titles — but they’ll face stern opposition from usual suspects like the Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.

South African football is defined by its swagger, most notably in the kasi-influenced style of play that mixes skill, style and showboating to great effect.

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