It’s time for your usual dose of Premier League boot spots as TRW returns with the latest and best boot spots from this weekend’s Premier League action.
With the transfer window having only recently shut there are still a few players making their debuts for their new teams. Everton’s new striker Nikica Jelavic made his Toffee debut against Wigan wearing a pair of White/Volt Tiempo Legend III boots.
Gary Cahill made his debut for Chelsea in what was arguably the match of the weekend. The ex-Bolton stopper almost grabbed the winner with just a few minutes remaining when he released a scorching long range drive. Cahill is still in Umbro Stealth Pro II boots – a silo Umbro have done away with since the introduction of the Geometra Pro.
It was a perfect start for Djibril Cisse midweek and now this weekend Bobby Zamora made a goal scoring start to his QPR career. Zamora has been in a Silver/Gold pair of Under Armour boots we believe to be the upcoming Hydrastrike II for awhile.
Another Cisse made a great start to his Premier League debut this weekend as Newcastle’s new Senegalese strikerPapiss Cisse came off the bench in Nike T90 Laser IV boots to score a stunning winner against Aston Villa. Cisse joined from SC Freiburg and will partner fellow Senegalese star Demba Ba.
Our last debut boot spot from the weekend is Manchester City’s new midfielder David Pizzaro. The Chilean arrived from Roma having made over 140 appearances for the Italian club. We are glad to see Pizzaro giving the new White/Energy Adidas AdiPure 11Pro another outing.
Nike’s Dark Shadow/Volt CTR360 colourway has been a massive hit but another one of their alternate colourways has been less of a hit in the Premier League. Perhaps the fact that the Red/White/Anthracite T90 Laser IV colourway is a leather boot is the reason we have only seen Fernando Torres and now Norwich’s South African born Andrew Surman in them.
Arguably one of the best performers this season, Swansea’s midfielder Joe Allen has been a revelation in the Premier League. Allen boasts passing stats the likes of Xavi and Iniesta would be proud of. The Welsh midfielder is a great advert for the control attributes of Adidas’ AdiPower Predator.
Robin van Persie is another player flying the AdiPower Predator flag. The Arsenal skipper is having his best season for the Gunners and struck a hat-trick over the weekend as the Gunners put 7 past a hapless Blackburn Rovers. Van Persie often has his Predators customised for him and he obviously has really likes his White/Purple Champions League colourway.
The Puma PowerCat 1.12 has been a great success since their launch. Peter Crouch has joined his fellow Puma wearers in the PowerCat 1.12’s second colourway. The classic looking Black/White/Lime colourway is similar to the launch colourway of the original PowerCat 1.10.
There is a lot of debate about Manchester United’s Spain keeper David De Gea. The young number 1 has looked shacky at times but put in a much improved display against Chelsea, despite them putting 3 past him. De Gea arrived in England wearing T90 Laser III boots but has since switched to Tiempo Legend IV boots.