After success with superstars Pele and George Best, in 1973 the Stylo Matchmakers football boot brand signed the next biggest name in English football with Kevin Keegan AKA “Merseyside’s Mighty Mouse”. Facing a severe economic crisis, the English government turned to football. The country was in need of a hero and Kevin Keegan was just the man to provide it. He went on to become one of the most successful players in the history of English football, winning three First Division titles (with Liverpool), two European Cups (with Liverpool), and an FA Cup (also with Liverpool).
When promoting his latest autobiography “My Life in Football“, Keegan reflected on fellow Stylo legend George Best and told the newspapers: “I benefited from Bestie more than anybody. I got his boot contract, Stylo Matchmakers. I was 20. I wasn’t 16 like him when he first came over. He was the first and it’s always hard to be the pioneer.” Keegan went on to introduce the Stylo Matchmakers brand to Liverpool management (Bill Shankly) and soon the whole team were battling it out in Stylo Matchmakers.
Today the Stylo Matchmakers football boot design which Kevin Keegan and the Liverpool FC squad sported was rebooted as the Heirship Seventy Four, 1974 being the amazing footballing year this boot model was at its most popular. Now, this model has been modernized and completely remastered so that today’s players can wear a lightweight classic pair of boots, in both comfort and in style.
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