Raheem Sterling has revealed the design for his latest football boot release, but was called out for 'copying' the jersey that Bohs released this summer which they wear in the FAI Cup.
Bohs' jersey launch garnered much attention due to its unique design which had many either loathing it or loving it. The jerseys uses the design from the seats of Dublin buses and are made by O'Neills.
The boots from Raheem Sterling have used the design from the seats of London buses, and they look remarkably similar to the ones in Ireland's capital.
Raheem Sterling tweeted photos of himself and the boots with the caption, "3 buses to get to training. 18, 182 and 140. I'll never forget those numbers. No matter what, my big sister Lakima with me every single day. My latest boot is dedicated to her and all those moments we shared together, on the #RouteToSuccess."
Bohs duly replied with a picture from their jersey launch and the caption, "Cease and desist."
Bohs vs Raheem Sterling
— Bohemian Football Club (@bfcdublin) October 3, 2022
After seven years at Manchester City, Sterling completed a £47.5 million move to Chelsea earlier this summer, and recently spoke of his disappointment at how he was treated towards the end of his City career.
"Everyone wants to feel wanted, football is no different.
"When you play your heart out, sacrifice some of your kids' birthdays, and then get treated in a certain way, it's disappointing.
"At the time I was fuming, raging, but it's gone, it's in the past and I can only focus on the present, which is now, here at Chelsea, and the opportunity I've got here to go out and showcase my talents once again..."