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Classic Football Adverts: Reebok’s Wonderfully Mundane ‘Other Careers’ Magazine Spreads, 1998 (Photos)

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As we've seen before on Pies, it's fair to say Reebok gave Nike a serious run for their money during the 1990s when it came to cranking out memorable big-budget football adverts.

That said, one of the brand's more enduring campaigns was actually one of their less glitzy projects the 'Other Careers' series of print adverts.

Classic Football Adverts: Ryan Giggs Discovers His Evil Doppelganger In Reebok’s Claymation Extravaganza, 1997 (Video)

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Ryan Giggs did a fair few decent adverts for Reebok (and a fair few naff ones for Quorn) in the mid-1990s, with his sponsors working wonders with the Manchester United winger's often near-lifeless dialogue delivery.

Thankfully, the sportswear brand went and roped in a soundalike for what must surely count as their magnum opus when it comes to their Giggs-related commercial output: The entirely animated lesser-spotted 'Doppelganger' short, which clocks in at almost five minutes.

Classic Football Adverts: Reebok Spluff £3m To Employ Cavalcade Of Nineties Pop Culture Royalty For ‘Theatre Of Dreams’ Commercial, 1998 (Video)

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While their presence in the football realm has waned since, Reebok were a big player on the scene throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, with Ryan Giggs, Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry just three notable patrons.

Indeed, the brand went big in an effort to launch their new Sidewinder boot in 1998, assembling a cornucopia of Nineties' pop culture icons asRobbie Williams, Anna Friel, Sting, Reeves & Mortimer, Jarvis Cocker, Darling Dicky Attenborough, David Mellor, Tom Jones, Steven Berkoff, Sylvester McCoy, Gary Oldman, Jose Carreras, Chris Eubank, Warren Mitchell and Wallace & Gromit all playing their respective parts.

Product Reviews

Review: Reebok ZPump Fusion 2.0

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Reebok rebooted its patented Pump technology with the groundbreaking ZPump Fusion in 2015. One of [...]

Review: Reebok CrossFit Nano 5.0

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Reebok released their highly anticipated CrossFit Nano 5.0 training shoe earlier this summer. Ideal for [...]

Review: Reebok CrossFit Nano Pump Fusion

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A staple at the recently concluded 2015 CrossFit Games, the Reebok CrossFit Nano Pump Fusion [...]

Review: Reebok ZPump Fusion

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Reebok have released the latest version of their iconic Pump series in the form of [...]

Review: Reebok ZJet Trainers

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Now Reebok's statement running shoe for the Fall of 2014, the ZJet introduces state of [...]

A First Look at Reebok’s Fall / Winter 2014 Training Range

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A favorite among athletes across all sports, Reebok has launched its Fall / Winter 2014 [...]

Reebok ONE Series Training Collection

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Reebok has become synonymous with fitness and training over the past few years. The storied [...]

Adidas

The Best of Football Fashion 2014

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2014 was quite a year in the world of football and football gear. The 2014 [...]

Adidas Group designa nuevo lider para Latinoamérica es André Maestrini

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adidas Group designa nuevo liderazgo para Latinoamérica

Panamá / Herzogenaurach – adidas Group anunció el nombramiento de su Nuevo líder para el negocio en Latinoamérica. André Maestrini, anteriormente se desempeñaba como Managing Director de adidas France, designado Managing Director adidas Group Spanish Latin America, efectivo a partir del 1º de Junio del 2012.

Sao Paulo FC

São Paulo FC 2013 Penalty Red Kit

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São Paulo Futebol Clube, usually called São Paulo FC or just São Paulo, launched a [...]

São Paulo FC 2013 Penalty Home and Away Kits

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Six-time Brazilian Série A champions São Paulo Futebol Clube, usually called São Paulo FC or [...]

São Paulo FC Reebok 2012 Uruguay Tribute Jersey

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Six-time Campeonato Brasileiro Série A champion São Paulo FC has launched a special edition 20012 Reebok jersey that pays tribute to the Uruguayan players Pedro Rocha, Pablo Forlán, Darío Pereyra...

Bolton

Results for English League Championship for Tuesday 21st August 2012

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20:00 Blackpool (2-1) Leeds at Bloomfield Road20:00 Bolton (2-0) Derby at Reebok Stadium19:45 Brighton (0-0) Cardiff at Amex Stadium19:45 Bristol City (4-1) Crystal Palace at Ashton Gate19:45 Huddersfield Town (1-1) Nottingham F. at The Galpharm Stadium19:45 Peterboro (1-2) Millwall at London Road Ground19:45 Middlesbrough (3-2) Burnley at The Riverside Stadium19:45 Charlton (-) Swansea at The [.

An emphatic win over a ‘bogey team’

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It's been many years since Spurs had won at the Reebok and although that ‘hoodoo' had to be addressed at some point, it was always a worry whether it was going to be a factor.

The end product however was arguably our best result of the season, and although Bolton are in the bottom three, their form has been decent of late and this match could easily have derailed thoughts of a final push to the top four placings.

Bolton fans stage a moving tribute to Fabrice Muamba

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The mosaic read Muamba 6 at the Reebok. The large screen played a collage of clips of the player in his Bolton career. The visiting Blackburn fans also got into the act chanting his name. There was even more uplifting news, the midfielder still not quite out of the woods in the cardiac care unit of the London Chest Hospital, managed to convey his best wishes to Bolton from his hospital bed.

Chelsea v Bolton - Who plays - Lampard, Cole and Essien?

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It's YET ANOTHER game we simply cannot afford to drop points in. Bolton have nothing really to lose and everything to gain and for Chelsea and AVB, a draw or defeat would pile more and more pressure on us in the battle to finish fourth.

Looking back to the game at The Reebok earlier in the season, Chelsea were on a high and playing fast, flowing, attacking football scoring five.

Bolton 0-0 Arsenal: All about the wider context

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Last night's clash at the Reebok was a classic example of a football match not being an isolated occasion, and not judged as such, but rather an act in a bigger play, with interpretations not purely taken from the ninety minutes of action, but from the wider context of both clubs.

Wilshere out for the Season – Another fracture!!

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Yup he has suffered another stress fracture... to the same BLEEPING ankle!!

This news has only just broken in the last few minutes, and I'm sure there will be plenty more to follow throughout the day.

Don't blame me.... just the messenger.

I can see where this is going to go now, if we suffer a poor result tonight at the Reebok it's going to be Wenger's fault for not buying a player to cover for Jack.

This is a little strange.

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It's the worst-kept soccer secret in the English-speaking world, but somehow nobody has officially announced yet. Here's the skinny: Tim Ream's Bolton deal - now fully done and approved - will keep him at the Reebok until the summer of 2015.I'm sure eventually these two clubs will admit what we already know and have a jersey picture party or something.

English Premier League

Tom Cleverley: The Brand

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Last summer, the one thing that provided any consolation to the fact Paul Scholes had retired was that we had young Tom Cleverley ready to make the step up to the first team. The lad has bags of talent and after loans at Leicester, Watford and Wigan, was prepared to make his mark in the Premier League with United.

Sunderland 2-2 Bolton – Captain Kevin Davies Rescues Vital Point For Trotters (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Sunderland 2-2 Bolton Wanderers Premier League 28th Premier League 2012


Once the king of the Reebok, Super Kev Davies has often struggled to secure a starting berth for Bolton this season. However, his brace at the Stadium of Light on Saturday could prove utterly vital to Bolton's fight for survival.

Bolton 1-1 Swansea – Trotters Toil At The Reebok Against Superior Swans (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Bolton Wanderers 1-1 Swansea City Premier League 21st April 2012


Bolton failed to make much ground on the sides hovering just above the drop-zone on Saturday, after failing to win against Swansea at the Reebok.

Barclays Premier League Preview – Part One

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Some of the sides in the Barclays Premier League have very little time to recover from their weekend endeavours with nine of them having had only around 48 hours to prepare for another top flight fixture. Here is a glance at the first five, all taking place later today:

MONDAY 9TH APRIL 2012

15:00 – Everton v Sunderland

A true mid-table clash.

Bolton 0-3 Fulham – Deuce On The Double As Whites Batter Bolton (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Bolton Wanderers Fulham Premier League 7th April 2012


Whether playing in midfield or, as he did on Saturday, up front, Clint 'Deuce' Dempsey is a handful for any defender and against Bolton at the Reebok, the American continued his superb run of form with two first-half goals.

PL Preview: Chelsea v. Bolton

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We're still trudging through Mordor aren't we? Gary Cahill takes over as Frodo on this day, as he welcomes his former employer to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

We kind of need a win here. Yeah, we definitely need a win here.

What to say? We've been shit for some time now, and it really doesn't look like getting better soon.

Top four again, but can we stay there?

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Back in October Rocky predicted we would be top three by New Year. He was actually close to being right as a win at home to QPR on New Years Eve took us into the Champions League qualification spots as we popped Champagne to wave bye bye to Arsenal's annus horribilis.

Unfortunately defeats to Fulham, Swansea and United followed, by the time we drew away at the Reebok even the most positive bloggers on here were waving goodbye to any hope of Champions League football next season let alone finishing above the cretins from N17.

Top four again, can we stay there

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Back in October Rocky predicted we would be top three by New Year. He was actually close to being right as a win at home to QPR on New Years Eve took us into the Champions League qualification spots as we popped Champagne to wave bye bye to Arsenal's annus horribilis.

Unfortunately defeats to Fulham, Swansea and United followed, by the time we drew away at the Reebok even the most positive bloggers on here were waving goodbye to any hope of Champions League football next season let alone finishing above the cretins from N17.

Bolton 1-2 Wigan: Latics Secure Vital Win In Basement Battle With Bolton (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Bolton Wanderers 1-2 Wigan Athletic Premier League 11th February 2012


Roberto Martinez' Wigan side moved to within one point of rivals Bolton on Saturday, after the Latics secured what could be a pivotal victory at the Reebok.

Crucial weekend at the foot of the Premier League

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It is a potentially critical weekend at the bottom of the Premier League table.


The games almost have a play-off theme to them – with the bottom six facing off against one another. Blackburn Rovers host QPR, Bolton Wanderers entertain Wigan Athletic and West Brom travel to Wolves in the Black Country derby.

Bolton 0-0 Arsenal: Gunners Drop To Seventh After Trademark Wasteful Performance (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Arsenal Premier League 1st February 2012


Arsenal match reports are starting to write themselves loads of possession, nice passing, loads of chances, no goals. More often than not you can even tag "concede late goal from set-piece" onto the end of that, although on this occasion, the Gunners did manage to go off-script and keep their sheet clean for the night.

Thoughts On Tactics And Starting Eleven Against Bolton

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Liverpool have hit some sort of form since Gerard has returned from injury. Chelsea stole a point late in the game at Swansea and are now six points ahead of Arsenal. This season has always been about a battle for fourth an it's time for the Gunners to buckle up and pick up the points in games like the next one at the Reebok, many much tougher games will anyway see Arsenal dropping points in the coming weeks.

SORRY KENNY, IF YOU BUY AVERAGE PLAYERS, EXPECT AVERAGE RESULTS

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After Saturday's capitulation to lowly Bolton at the Reebok 3-1, Kenny Dalglish openly criticised his players for their attitude and performance in the defeat, even claiming that heads will roll after that display.

Well Kenny, it was an abject display by the team, a team you largely assembled yourself.

Bolton 3-1 Liverpool: Reds Make Pig’s Ear Of Trotters Clash (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Bolton Wanderers 3-1 Liverpool Premier League 21 January 2012


Starting without a genuine defensive midfielder was always going to leave the visiting Reds somewhat vulnerable at the Reebok. Still,with Steven Gerrard orchestrating things from midfield and Bolton ensconced in a relegation battle, Kenny Dalglish and co.

Mark Davies

Coyle - We Deserved Three Points

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Owen Coyle felt Bolton Wanderers ran out deserved winners following their emphatic 3-1 success over Liverpool at the Reebok.
Bolton came into the game having lost 10 straight in league action to the Reds, a record that ended in style on Saturday.
Mark Davies fired the home side ahead early on with Nigel Reo-Coker doubling their advantage in the 29th minute.

Bolton 3, Liverpool 1: There’s Bad, and Then There’s This

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Bolton 3: Davies 4′, Reo-Coker 29′, Steinsson 50′
Liverpool 1: Bellamy 37′

Bolton thoroughly dominate Liverpool at the Reebok and coast to a 3-1 victory that boosts them out of the relegation zone. The host's performance was certainly deserving of victory, and Liverpool's was equally deserving of a loss.

The Rest

Snapshot: Man Utd Fanzine Red Issue’s Controversial Muamba Cover

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By Chris Wright

What you see here is the latest front cover to adorn Manchester United fanzine Red Issue an image not mocking Fabrice Muamba, his collapse or his plight, but instead chastising the 'grief mongering' that has surrounded it for the past week or so...

It's near the knuckle, controversial, provocative and tasteless (that's the kind of material Red Issue tend to trade in) but there is a valid point to be made about the 'I care most' simpering that can permeate this kind of thing only Red Issue have set about eviscerating that point with a supreme lack of tact.

Give me the beat boys and free my soul

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It's difficult to know where to start this week's column. On the face of it, a compelling comeback from two goals down to keep our FA Cup hopes alive, followed by a point and a clean sheet away from home should constitute a reasonably good week. Yet it doesn't feel like that at all. For a start, we've put ourselves in a position now where, effectively, any draw represents two points dropped.