January 25th, 2011
A Night Out At The Oscar Del Calcio AIC 2010: The Good, The Bad & The Shiny
We know. Javier’s hair. We’ll discuss in a minute. Images: Zimbio.com.
Italian footballers! Oh, how we love to love. And yet? Much like the rude arse Yetis placed outside our favourite nightclubs whose sole purpose in life is to push us away from guest list queue towards the one full of peasants, footballers’ fashion choices often act in a similar, aggressive shoving manner to our senses.
Wow, that was one random nonsensical comparative statement but never mind. Let’s take a look at what went down at the The Oscar Del Calcio AIC 2010, shall we?
The Good: Inter Milan’s Julio Cesar and Maicon, who wore modest, event-worthy attire. Looking well-groomed and happy as pigs inyouknowwhat, they both look snazzy without bordering on sleazy.
The Bad: Giorgio Chiellini’s Bonnie & Clyde pinstripes, which were no match for his “my mama dressed me” skinny tie.
The Shiny: No, it’s not a homie who meets up with his Brandon Lee fan club on weekends doing his best, “The Crow Goes To Prom” look (left) swaggering down the red carpet. Actually, it’s Edison Cavani looking all sorts of slippery whilst dry.
The Okay, We’ll Take It: Diego Milito and Antonio Di Natale. They came, they made an effort, they deserve a cookie. If we hadn’t eaten all of them.