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From the nasal strips to the snood: 8 fashion trends we don't see anymore on soccer fields

There was a time when fashion was not a thing in soccer. Players entered the fields wearing their club's kits and black cleats, and that was about it. Over time, however, the worlds of fashion and soccer collided, unleashing a plethora of trends and fads onto pitches across the planet. 

Some of those trends have become staples, such as colorful boots, while several others have faded away in the attempt.

We know fashion is cyclical and anything can have a glorious return, but here we adventure into a list of soccer fashion trends that we will most likely not see again. 

Mbbapé, Real Madrid slam French football president for ‘disrespecting’ Zinedine Zidane

France Football Federation (FFF) president Noël Le Graët apologized to Zinedine Zidane on Monday after his comments on the former Real Madrid coach drew the ire of players, politicians and even the Spanish club.

Zidane was one of the favorites to take charge of the national team if Didier Deschamps had stepped down but his contract was extended after he led France to the World Cup final, where they lost to Argentina in Qatar last month.

Zinedine Zidane turns down idea to become next USMNT head coach

French outlet L’Equipe reported on Saturday that U.S. Soccer had approached French legend and former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane with the idea of him becoming the new head coach for the USMNT. Gregg Berhalter’s contract has run out and U.S. Soccer is trying to figure out if he will stay for another cycle or be replaced.

New adidas Predator boots bring World Cup USA '94 nostalgia to life

Since launching in 1994 ahead of the United States World Cup, the adidas Predator range has become synonymous with the game's history and its most celebrated players (Zidane, Beckham, Xavi) while moving into the future after making a return five years ago.

The latest edition of the boot is the Predator Edge, which dropped last January with a two-piece PRIMEKNIT collar and rubberized ribs across the instep and toe box. Now, less than one month out from the 2022 World Cup, adidas is launching the Predator Edge 94+, which honor the OG '94 Predators.

Juventus Returns To FIFA Series After Three-Year Hiatus

EA Sports has just announced that Juventus will be returning to FIFA 23 following a three-year hiatus from the series. 

The video game company released a video on social media in conjunction with Juventus celebrating the return of Italy's most successful club. The video features narration from Juventus legend Claudio Marchisio and scenes from both in-game and real life.

Remembering One Of The GOATs On His 50th Birthday

Zinedine Yazid Zidane is one of soccer’s greatest players, ever.

The French midfielder has a trophy cabinet, both as a player and manager, superior to most. 

As a player, “Zizou” won multiple league titles in both Italy with Juventus and Spain with Real Madrid, including a UEFA Champions League with Los Blancos where he scored arguably one of the greatest goals ever. 

Zidane’s Brutal Open Letter: ‘The Club No Longer Has The Faith In Me I Need’

MADRID - Zinedine Zidane said on Monday he had stepped down as Real Madrid coach as the club's hierarchy did not have enough faith in him to rebuild an aging squad.

Zidane, who returned to Real for a second spell in charge in March 2019, won two LaLiga titles and three Champions League crowns during his two stints as coach.

Unwilling To Rebuild, Zidane Leaves Real Madrid Again

Zinedine Zidane brought some success and stability back to a Real Madrid side that was in freefall without him but the Frenchman ultimately proved unwilling to preside over the squad rebuild the club felt it needed.

Zidane called time on his second spell in charge of the club on Thursday, leaving on his own terms as he did in 2018 after an unprecedented hat-trick of Champions League crowns and when he abruptly retired as a player in 2006.

Atlético De Madrid Consigue Una Épica Remontada Y Huele El Título De LaLiga

Pura emoción en la jornada 37 de LaLiga, la penúltima de la temporada. Con todos los partidos a la misma hora, el Atlético de Madrid consiguió una épica remontada ante el Osasuna para mantener el liderato y soñar con un título que no consigue desde la campaña 2013-14.

Real Madrid, que venció al Athletic Club, es el otro candidato. Los merengues, eso sí, necesitan un desliz colchonero para tener una chance. ¿Barcelona? Cayó ante Celta de Vigo y quedó completamente out.

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