Jordan Pickford Has 'Get The Rave On' On His Nike Boots
Personalised football boots are very common in today's game - with many players having their own initials/number or that of a family member on their cleats.
Jordan Pickford, however, has opted for something a little different on his footwear. Being the absolute Mackem nutter he is, England's No.1 has got 'Get The Rave On' accompanied by an England flag on his boots. Genuinely.
Seeing as he was the last person featured before this shot in the latest England video, I genuinely think these are Jordan Pickford's boots. 'Get the rave on' pic.twitter.com/nnoXmSdg1g
- Ben (@skovern) September 4, 2018
Jordan Pickford's boots are everything. pic.twitter.com/jT4orvtouk
- Alex Chaffer (@AlexChaffer) September 4, 2018
One of these personalised boots belongs to Jordan Pickford. No prizes for guessing which. pic.twitter.com/jhECSRdNLB
- Ball Street (@BallStreet) September 6, 2018
A lot of footballers have the name of their partner/child/family member on their boots.
Jordan Pickford: pic.twitter.com/HiB0zho3cR
- Kristan Heneage (@KHeneage) September 6, 2018
Jordan Pickford has 'get the rave on' on the side of his boots what a fucking belter man
- Aidan (@willis231) September 4, 2018
Jordan Pickford having "Get the rave on" on his England boots is the stuff of fucking dreams. What a hero- Louis (@welch_louis) September 4, 2018
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The big reveal came at the start of England's 'Inside Access' video of the players arriving at St. George's Park as they gear up for games against Spain and Switzerland.
Pickford comes in with his gear in Everton bags and after footage shows him shaking hands with members of staff, it cuts to the pair of personalised boots.
Being honest, the fact he has the phrase on his boots isn't that all surprising given he said it as a message to Sunderland fans two years ago.
The 24-year old was an absolute hero in England's World Cup campaign, making a slew of sublime saves in knockout round wins over Colombia and Sweden as Gareth Southgate's side got to the semi-finals for the first time since 1990.
He's the hero we deserve...