X-Men recruit some Manchester United players, Kaka considering other sports and the prankster who infiltrated an England training disguised as a player. Read these and more in this week’s Top Soccer Moments!
It appears that it takes more than Professor Charles Xavier and his X-Men to take on the movie’s new villain. Manchester United have posted a promo video where the film’s characters weight on adding some Red Devils to their team, ultimately choosing Wayne Rooney for the task of facing Apocalypse. Yes, “bloody hell”, Wayne…
Breaking! we have been recruited by Liverpool… or maybe not. But we DID train at Melwood to test the brand new Furon 2.0 and Visaro from New Balance last week. Check how it went here.
Meanwhile, a random prankster decided to gear up with some England gear and try his luck by infiltrating an official training session. Players just starred as he jogged into the field and kicked a few balls. Authorities took hold of the unknown man as soon as he exited the pitch.
Ok, our title may have been a little misleading, Kaka is playing another sport (at least for now). He just decided to visit Tampa Bay Lightning and switched jerseys with bolt’s captain Steven Stamkos.
Nike launched their Summer cleats collection, featuring the new Mercurial Superfly V and an improved version of Hypervenom Phantom. Be sure to check them out!
— New York City FC (@NYCFC) May 19, 2016
It’s rivalry week at Major League Soccer! New York City decided to execute a marketing campaign to heat things a bit before their Saturday derby against NY Red Bulls. We have yet to confirm if there were people interested on switching sides, but it is a bold move nonetheless.
adidas have upped their game for next month’s Copa América and Euro 2016. They just revealed their Mercury Pack, giving us a first look at the all new X 16+ Purechaos and Messi 16+ Pureagility.
Can they be stopped? Sevilla secured their third Europa League title in a row after coming back from a one goal disadvantage against Liverpool at Basel. This is the first time a club wins three consecutive UEL titles… what a way to debut their new home jersey.
Sebastian Giovinco who? Kekuta Manhe is your MLS player of the week following a thrilling performance with two goals and one assist at Vancouver Whitecaps’ road win against Toronto FC.
That’s it for this week’s recap! Come back next Friday to see what’s going on in the soccer world.