These boots were worn by Memphis Depay with Psv Eindhoven and Netherlands National Team during the season 2014/2015. Early in his career, a PSV coach noted Memphis as “very angry”, and he now uses a life coach to aid his mentality. In April 2015, The Daily Telegraph described Memphis as “a fearsome striker of the ball with his right foot but is usually used as an inverted left winger who cuts onto his right foot. A pacey and tricky player, his direct running makes him a difficult opponent for defenders”. However, they criticised him as “a ball-hog”, pointing out his high rate of shots in comparison to a low rate of assists. Memphis is also known for his free-kick ability. During the 2014–15 season, he was statistically the best set-piece taker in the whole of Europe, as he scored 7 times in 33 attempts, the most in all European leagues and the second-best accuracy. Former Dutch international and Dutch national team manager Ronald Koeman regards Memphis as “a great talent”, but says that he must continue his personal development due to the physicality and mental strength needed in the Premier League. Former Wigan Athletic and Portsmouth defender Arjan de Zeeuw stated about Memphis, “People regard him as a little bit arrogant, a little bit cocky, but I think he is a very good player, a very promising player, a very strong, very quick player and he’s got some skill.” Memphis has been compared to former Manchester United player Cristiano Ronaldo and fellow international Arjen Robben. Thijs Slegers said about the comparisons, “Memphis is a little bit like Cristiano; they have similar qualities, although there are of course areas where Memphis is inferior. However, his determination to be the best is where I see the real similarity with Cristiano.” Like Ronaldo, Depay combines technical expertise with pure physical strength.