Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 4/21/13
Some days, work feels like a never-ending uphill battle against the clock, filled with constant stress and anxiety. Other days, Juan Mata visits the office to deliver the official 2013-2014 Chelsea jersey and hangs out for a quick kick-around in the parking lot. Recently Adidas kicked off a bold advertising campaign for next year’s Chelsea home uniforms by issuing a challenge to diehard fans to buy the new jersey — without seeing what it looks like. The campaign’s tagline aims to justify this brashness: “It’s [Chelsea] Blue. What else matters?” That was all Jamie Bosher needed to hear. To reward him for his blind devotion, Adidas sent Mata and a camera crew to Bosher’s workplace where the Spanish midfielder was able to talk his way past the front desk — he didn’t have an appointment — and deliver the new jersey and pose for pictures. After that, Bosher slipped his new uniform on over his striped button-down, and showed off his moves to Mata outside in the company parking lot. Not a bad day at the office. Watch Bosher’s awesome workday surprise in the video below. Have a soccer question? Send it to us via Twitter at @NESNsoccer, NESN Soccer’s Facebook page or send it here. Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@PremierLatina

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