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  1. Stand United with Robin van Persie
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Stand United with Robin van Persie

If you didn't think Robin van Persie was one of the world's most talented and talismanic strikers before Holland took on Spain in Brazil, you sure became convinced when the laid out face first to balloon a header over the helpless head of La Furia Roja goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

RVP, instantly hailed as the "Flying Dutchman," raced to his national team manager Louis van Gaal, now the Manchester United boss and gave him a heartfelt high five, signaling the start of a beautiful partnership at club level.

Van Persie, the son of two artists, uses the field as his canvas with his ability to create and punctuate beautiful goals with exquisite vision, dribbling, creativity and the ability to hammer home volleys, headers and stinging drives.

Take the field and support Manchester United with their official replica home jersey from Nike.

Ultra-soft Dri-FIT jersey with Nike logo and Manchester United team crest.

Unique collar design with fastening button in Manchester United's colors.

Manchester United red devil under back collar.

For the first time, Chevrolet appears as Manchester United's team kit sponsor.

100% polyester.


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