If I had a subscription to Vanity Fair magazine, I’d be curled up in bed reading the latest World Cup issue. Here’s why:
All I can say is, mmm. Being a professional footballer does your body much good and brings new meaning to The Beautiful Game.
However, just to keep in line with the theme of this site, what do you guys think of the flag underwear? Yay or nay?
Now excuse me while I feast my eyes.
In the spirit of the just opened World Cup, Nike has recently released the best football ad ever. Witty, entertaining and chockful of references to the business of The Beautiful Game, I think it’s pretty safe to say that Nike has outdone itself:
Directed by Academy Award-nominated director Alejandro González Iñárritu (he directed the Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe-winning, Brad Pitt-starring international drama Babel), the ad is three minutes of alternate universe-imagining.
Especially loved Wayne Rooney’s two universes, Ronaldinho’s Samba-robics and Ronaldo in The Simpsons.
A sneak peek into the Australian training regime in preparation for the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. If only they bothered to train against monsters, not animals mind you, they just might win!
What better way to celebrate kickoff than with a short history lesson? I hereby present you:
Click on the link above to get to the interactive page and find out more about each final!
Ah, let The Beautiful Game begin. (Which team are you rooting for this year?)
“Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.”
- Bill Shankly, former Liverpool FC manager
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