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An exclusive opportunity was provided to New York Red Bulls left midfielder Jonny Steele, who was selected as just one of ten players in the entire world to be asked by adidas global to wear limited edition Y3 cleats ("Yohji Yamamoto adizero F50") in their last MLS Regular season game against the Chicago Fire.  The others included PSG's Lucas Moura, Inter Milan's Mauro Icardi, FC Tokyo's Naohiro Isikawa, Barcelona's David Alaba, Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, Los Angeles Galaxy's Gyasi Zardes, AIK Stockholm's Martin Kayongo-Mutumba and Rosenborg's Nicki Bille Nielsen.  The boots are influenced by mythical Japanese imperial lion-dogs.


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In 2001, World Famous Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and adidas teamed up to create a new line of clothing and footwear identified as Y3.  Yamamoto created an animal design boot, and adidas has limited the production to just 2,000 world-wide. 

Make sure to watch Jonny Steele and the Red Bulls take on the Chicago Fire.  As the Red Bulls are currently in first place, a win will ensure the MLS Supporters' Shield and would earn the club its first major trophy in its 18-year history.  


[UPDATE]:  The night was memorable for Jonny Steele as he closed out the season with a goal that helped the New York Red Bulls capture their first silverware in its history by winning the MLS Supporters' Shield.  Steele finished the season strong with 7 Goals and 6 Assists and finished top 5 on the team in both categories.  The only other players to do so are Designated Players Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill. 

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