Gareth Bale won the 2012-13 PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year award where he has scored over 20 goals where he has used his trademark heart-shaped goal celebration every time. According to the filing at the Intellectual Property Office he wants to put the symbol along with number 11 on fashion including shoes, bags and boots.
In terms of football boots Bale is likely to wants to add his heart-shaped logo on his current adidas F50 adiZero mi-Coach II boots, or whatever boots he is wearing next season. Bale is not the first player to do this as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar all have their own branded logos. Other merchandising goods may include jewellery, precious stones, umbrellas, parasols and clothing.
You know your a popular footballer when you unveil your own signature brand and he may look to seal a move to a bigger club for next season if Spurs do not get a Champions League spot. Spurs play Chelsea in the vital Premier League clash for both clubs where a win for Chelsea would confirm Champions League football and a win for Spurs would push them to fourth place ahead of Arsenal.
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