April 6th, 2012
At Their Service: Harvey Nichols Now Delivers To Man City’s Training Ground
Balotelli was reportedly unhurt but a female passenger in Balotelli’s car was taken to hospital ‘as a precaution’. It’s not known if the passenger was Ballotelli’s girlfriend Raffaella Fico or his new merch.
Before getting into a car accident near Deansgate Locks in Manchester late Thursday, Mario Balotelli was seen leaving practice with a Harvey Nicks’ bag in tow.
Get this, Kickettes – according to a source, the club has a dedicated delivery tent on their training facilities’ grounds for players to retrieve their personal shopping selections in peace.
Whatever you’re thinking, hold that thought.
Up until now, we’ve been happily putting our fingers in our ears when stories fly about Balotelli’s hooker happenings, even after Roberto Mancini commented about the media war that ensues every time the 21-year-old makes even the slightest move.
We successfully ignored the photos of him and Raffaella shopping in Milan from last week looking ever chavtastic.
But this personal shopper on wheels news is something we cannot ignore.
Why do we have to travel to high end department stores’ physical locations using our feet and Oyster Cards? And how come the Man City squad doesn’t (when, in reality, they really should take their clothes for a test drive pre-big night out)?
We refuse to believe it’s because we’re of the steerage class.
Because none of us here are. Right gang?