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Toe Poke Daily: Classic boots of Ronaldo, Beckham, Owen re-imagined .... as clogs

The Toe Poke Daily is here every day to bring you all the weirdest stories, quirkiest viral content and top trolling that the internet has to offer, all in one place.

Remember Ronaldo's Nike Mercurial R9? How about David Beckham's Adidas Predator? And what of Michael Owen's Umbro Speciali?

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We all know them as classic football boots of yesteryear, worn by some of the game's greats. Well now visual artist James Reynolds has re-imagined these legendary boots.... as clogs.

Here we run through some of his incredible re-creations, which can all be viewed on his Instagram page

We wouldn't mind some of these, er, clogging up our living rooms!

Matic a Ronaldo super fan?

After Portugal's 4-2 win over Serbia, Cristiano Ronaldo took time to slap high fives and sign autographs for a high-profile fan in the form of Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic. 

Well, not exactly. Matic, who played for Serbia that evening, took his son and a friend down to wait for the Juventus striker to emerge from the locker room so they could get some quality time with the global superstar.

Nice touch from Ronaldo there and further proof it's not what you know, it's who you know. 

Martin Garrix is a Juventus fan!

Martin Garrix, hailed by many as the No.1 EDM DJ in the world, has firmly nailed his colours to mast as a Juventus fan.

We're not saying it's got anything to do with his friend, Netherlands international Matthijs de Ligt, joining Juve over the summer. But there might just be a clue.

The Dutch DJ was plied with Juve shirts, one bearing his own name and another with De Ligt's, at an event at the Mondovicino shopping complex. 

He said: "What a beautiful new shirt! Congratulations and good luck for the season!"

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