August 25th, 2010
FIFA Comes Through: Sky Italia To Broadcast From Changerooms
No longer will we have to wait every year for Dolce & Gabbana to bring us behind the scenes with their infamous underrific advertisements. You can now have these scenes repeated weekly.
Dreams do come true, Kickettes. Or, in this case, delusional diatribes sent to FIFA during a late night brainstorming session can actually start coming to fruition.
We know. We’re scared too.
As reported in La Gazzetto del Sport, Sky Italia are bringing video cameras into the sacred dressing room space this season in Serie A.
Sorry. We keep having to take pause as we’re struggling to write without cackling with glee and high-fiving each other.
Since many Italian players have no qualms about posing in their skivvies – or indeed, in the shower (see our boy Borri at left), we don’t expect much of a backlash over the announcement, which we
assume pray will be in HD with full zoom functions.
Pato, our favourite Brazilian divorcé who currently plays for Milan and has little problem with public nudity, says:
“…This year it will be a different championship with the videocameras inside the changing room. It will be lots of fun, really great. It will also be important because it will demonstrate to all the fans in front of the tv how the changing room is before the match.”
It will be lots of fun, won’t it, Kickettes? Looking at you, EPL. Time to step up and give the many video-graphers in England their chance to shine.
[News spotted at James Horncastle's twitter.]