5 unique accessories worn by footballers
Some footballers wear accessories because they need to and some wear them just for fun. Let’s find out some of the quirkiest accessories worn by footballers throughout the years.
Football is an extreme sport and it’s normal for players to suffer from injuries. However, some injuries are serious and for medical purposes, players need to wear protective headgear. Petr Cech and Cristian Chivu are some of the players that have had to wear headgear due to serious injuries.
4.Goggles or protective glasses
Edgar Davis is one of the footballers known for his goggles, all thanks to his glaucoma. Another player who wore protective glass is Mohamed Sissoko. Following a kick to the head suffered during a match, doctors feared that he might lose his sight.
Gareth Bale and Mario Balotelli made Kinesio tape popular even though experts are still debating whether or not these therapeutic tapes actually work.
Snoods seem like the new gloves in football as footballers such as Carlos Tevez, Samir Nasri and Gianluigi Buffon have adopted this style during their matches. However, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) has banned players from wearing snoods in the UK.
Footballers are also normal human beings who adore superheroes as much as us. Jonas Guttierez used to celebrate goals wearing a Spiderman mask while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang always shares his favourite superheroes with us whenever he scores a goal.
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