Month-long summer footy tournaments are like the hot boyfriend that arrives on a motorcycle, but only brings one helmet. Sexy, but heartbreaking. Wait, let’s clarify as that situation isn’t entirely heartbreaking. True heartache would be if he showed up wearing leather trousers.
Let’s stay on topic.
Saturday’s second game between Germany and Portugal saw some uncharacteristic attempts on goal, WAGs out supporting their men and, as always, reminded us how topsy, turvy and tiresome the Euros can be.
In case you were held in the Vogue beauty closet against your will over the weekend (lucky cow), here’s a simple sum up.
Even more players are crocked since we last touched this topic, so this is the last time we’re going to touch it (yes, really).
We’ll give you the names of players recently injured in action, as well as the names of their replacements, and we ask that you tell us who you think is hotter. Simple as that.
Images: REUTERS/Rafael Marchante.
The Dutchies made their smartly dressed in blazers and jeans way through Schiphol Airport earlier today to catch their flight to Euro 2012. As assumed, Wesley Sneijder looked naively nummy while Robin van Persie was double teamed by two women (understandably so).
Denmark to beat Brazil. Then this happened. Image: JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/GettyImages.
Judging from some of the upsets the big boys experienced over the weekend, Euro 2012 could well be won by a late entrant – i.e. three Kickette staffers, two of their pets and a cab driver from London named Steve.