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They could improve their control and all-round skills using the provided ball and elastic.
However, as Derek Hammond and Gary Silke explain in Got, Not Got, substituting the light ball for a leather one in order to hit a “satisfying full-blooded volley” was not a wise move.
“This modified set-up didn’t prove to be ‘The fantastic way to develop your football skills and ball control’. It was, in fact, ‘The fantastic way to get a football smack in your plums and then get your shorts ripped off.'"
Gordon Strachan's Centapost
Kevin Keegan's Pirelli slippers
Peter Shilton's Bullworker
FORGOTTEN FOOTBALLER ENDORSEMENTS PART I
All photos are courtesy of what is possibly the best series of football books around – Got, Not Got and The Lost World of Football by Derek Hammond and Gary Silke.