In two of the greatest developments to come out of Nike since some corporate honcho inadvertently created their slogan and logo after screaming “Just do it!” at some poor design team crafting a simple swoosh, Nike has finally solved the riddle of muddy cleats while simultaneously dropping the new Croatia home kit.
What a man wears says a lot about him, or so they say. If that's true, we can learn a lot by examining Mexico World Cup kits from the past 50 years.
In a World Cup match with so many elements involved, many look to their national team's jersey for inspiration.
Look, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. At one point or another, we were all newcomers to the game of soccer, ignorant of its ways. There was a time when, if you asked us what someone meant when saying that a #6 passed to a #10, who then slotted a #9 through to goal, we would have been able to explain it about as well as we could the plot of a vintage French film noir.
No one can explain the plot of a vintage French film noir.