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Arsenal players to wear pink and blue FA Cup final boots

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If Arsenal beat Hull City in the FA Cup final on Saturday, the Gunners' nine-year trophy drought will soon been forgotten. If they lose, it will merely be remembered as another Arsene Wenger failure.

But whether the Arsenal players are sent skipping over to receive the their 11th FA Cup, or forced to trudge up the stairs to collect their runners up medal, they will do so in boots you will struggle to forget.

Santi Cazorla, Bacary Sagna, Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky, Mathieu Flamini, Nacho Monreal and Olivier Giroud will all debut Puma's latest boot design, Tricks. 

Tricks are a new colourful interpretation of Puma's evoPOWER and evoSPEED football boots, but they are a unique design, as the right boot is pink and the left boot is blue.

The Arsenal players will only be the first of many superstars you will spot sporting Tricks. The German manufacturer's design will incase the gifted feet of many of the players competing in the World Cup in Brazil.

Yaya Toure, Cesc Fabregas, Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli, Marco Reus, Dante and Adam Lallana will all have the world's gaze fixed on their multi-coloured feet this summer. 

 

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