Football Editions — African Stars
In Edition 2 we picked our 1 to 11 of African stars who have retired from the international game and also played for some of Europe’s biggest clubs. For each player a unique pattern has been created, inspired by the iconic club or country they represented — shame we could only pick 11.
Inspired by Grobbelaar's 1984 Cup final spaghetti legs against AS Roma.
Diamonds from the Bayern Munich badge in the style of Ghana's kente cloth.
The South African at the heart of Leeds United was an adopted Yorkshireman.
Star from Morocco's flag supported by the traditional Deportivo stripes.
The famous green and white of Nigeria with the red and white of Ajax.
Barcelona's traditional colours with arrows representing the Flying Eagles of Mali.
Yaya yaya yaya, Kolo kolo kolo Toure. Based on the nineties song 'No Limit'.
El Hadji Diouf
The Bolton ribbon shape converting into Diouf's erratic temperament.
The king of African football in the colours of AC Milan and the Lone Stars Liberia.
Africa's most famous No.11 for Zambia, named Chipolopolo the 'Copper Bullets'.
Based on Milla's trademark goal celebration, dancing around the corner flag.