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Bologna's Sinisa Mihajlovic Wears Limited Release Air Jordans On The Touchline And Is 'The Sneaker King'

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Bologna's Sinisa Mihajlovic Wears Limited Release Air Jordans On The Touchline And Is 'The Sneaker King'

Sinisa Mihajlovic wore a pair of white and blue Off-White X Air Jordan trainers on the touchline - living up to his 'Sneaker King' moniker.

The Bologna manager is known for his quirky tastes and even appeared at a music festival with Zlatan Ibrahimovic earlier this month.

Even still, not many will have expected the 52-year-old to rock up to his side's clash with Napoli wearing baby blue Nike trainers.

Decked out in a flat cap and smart blazer, a quick glance at Mihajlovic's trainers would give a completely different vibe.

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The Off-White X Air Jordan Colourways dropped in 2018 and retailed for around £140 at the time.

But their price has skyrocketed in recent years and can be sold for up to £3000.

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Fans have reacted to the images and they think Mihajlovic could be one of the most stylish men in football.


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Despite looking like a million dollars, the former Inter Milan star couldn't lead his side to victory and they lost 3-1.

Mihajlovic has earned a reputation for being a sneaker enthusiast in Italy and is commonly referred to as 'The Sneaker King'.

Recent months have seen him take to the dugout in Balenciaga Tracks as well as more, low-key versions the Air Jordan.

In a league with stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, it takes a lot to stand out. But Mihajlovic has managed to do just that.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images & Bleacher Report

Topics: Football, Serie A, Nike

Daniel Marland
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