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Research from Nike has found that Paul Scholes touches a ball an average of 272 times per game.

Brazilian Roberto Carlos will normally run 11.7km in a 90 minute match and World Player of the Year, Luis Figo, spends 73% of a match running.

With all that in mind, find boots that fit you!

Rather than those which may look the flashest.

A player will stand out because of their ability rather than the boots they are wearing.

Firstly, try and understand the shape of your feet and your running style.

Also think about if you are flat-footed or have a high arch.

Ideally football boots will fit snugly, although during teenage years with feet still growing it is advisable to allow some room to compensate.

So what's the boot for you? Check out our top guide.






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