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ROBIN VAN PERSIE , ZOON SHAQUEEL EN NELSON DE KOK IN RECLAMES

Nelson De Kok

februari 18th, 2015

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Robin van Persie zoontje Shaqueel en Nelson de Kok zitten in een drietal reclamefilmpjes
voor het Britse tv-zender domein BT Sport, die onder andere de Barclays Premier League rechten heeft,
als ook die van de Europa League.

Wat opvalt is dat de korte fragmentjes eigenlijk best een coole vibe hebben.
Mooie shots in de backstreets van Manchester.
Laagstaande zon, gritty sfeertje en vooral veel plezier van een vader met z’n zoon
en de professionele straatvoetballers van Nelsondekok.com.

Bekijk de video’s hieronder voor wat good feeling!



More videos here! You have to see it, to believe it.

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