Obscure Football Reference of the Day

A little eye candy for the lovely ladies of Corrie Canuck…

During the warm family time at the Platt flat David was seen to be wearing a retro AC Milan jersey (no doubt a gift bought in anticipation of his departure to the land of pasta eaters) and reference was made to Paolo Maldini (see above cheesecake photo) who is the one of the great football players of recent years. (and is one of the few long haired pretty boy Armani wearing Ferrari driving Italian footballers that the smurfman is a fan of) Unusual in this age of mercenary money grubbers who will clubs for a bigger paycheque without a thought for the fans, Maldini played his entire club career for AC Milan at the San Siro, where Kev and Jerry went for a tour a while back while away on their boys weekend.

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8 Responses to Obscure Football Reference of the Day

  1. glacia says:

    glacia can’t stop winking!

  2. Mandy says:

    Pretty boy!

  3. Mrs. D says:

    I am suddenly finding myself soooo interested in football….

  4. debbie says:

    You could have also called this:
    “Obscure Football Hottie of the Day”

  5. Gayle says:

    Thank you Papa Smurf.

  6. missusmac says:

    Holy Holy Christmas! Why have I never heard of this man before? Shouldn’t there be more references to this man on a daily basis?

  7. Michigander Fan says:

    Great. Now I’m wiping drool from off my keyboard.

    I think that “Football hotties” should be a regular feature of this website.


  8. mayfairgirl says:

    i completely agree MF!!

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