Robin Van Persie's Adidas Predator match issued boots. This boots were
the season 2010/2011.
Both boots are signed and
personalized with "SHAQUEEL 10" (name of his son), "DINA LAYLA 10"
(name of his daughter). The
son of two artists, Van Persie was encouraged to follow in his parents'
but he instead preferred football and joined SBV Excelsior's youth
made his breakthrough at his hometown club Feyenoord, where he spent
seasons and won the 2002 UEFA Cup. He was named the Dutch Football
the Year for the 2001–02 season. Disagreements with manager Bert van
culminated in a change of club and Van Persie moved to Premier League
Arsenal for £2.75 million in 2004 as a long-term replacement for Dennis
Bergkamp. He won the FA Community Shield and the FA Cup in his first
with the London club and went on to win the 2006 Rotterdam Sportsman of
year award. Van Persie has been named Premier League Player of the Month
times. Van Persie topped the goal assists leader board with 11 assists
2008–09 Premier League.