July 5th, 2012

Kitted Out: Borussia Dortmund & Tottenham Hotspur

Image: H/T to @STARTackler.

Kickettes, quick kit news hits if you care:

- Roman Weidenfeller’s girlfriend, Lisa Rossbach, is thrusting her tantalisingĀ triumvirateĀ (lips, blips, hips) forward whilst fronting a new retail campaign for Karstadt Sports. The accompanying advert copy apparently takes aim at Schalke 04 and its fans, telling them they can “look but not touch.” Oooh…! Zing…? Burn….?! We realise this cheeky reference might make perfect sense to some, but we hope we never meet them.

- Under Armour and Totts are teeing up what promises to be a veritable circus of events to officially unveil the club’s 2012/13 kits, the invited journos rumour mill reports. Scheduled for sometime between July 10-12 at an undisclosed location in London, fellow Gareth Bale watchers should mark their calendars asap and begin contemplating which illness you’re suddenly going to be stricken with. Make sure it’s one that’s contagious (although open sores on the face should be avoided) and requires antibiotics and bed rest for one to three days.

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6 Responses to “Kitted Out: Borussia Dortmund & Tottenham Hotspur”

  1. LaAguila says:

    lips, blips and hips…i do love you guys! amazing humour mixed with style and sarcasmn! the pic looks well…in lack of a better word, cheap!

  2. Rainbow says:

    Great, Im eating ice cream and I stumble onto this picture. Booo! hehe

  3. Lisette says:

    "(lips, blips, hips) "

    I love you guys.

  4. STARtackler says:

    Thanks a lot for the credit, Kickette.com! Great website. Keep up the good work!

  5. anna says:

    "We realise this cheeky reference might make perfect sense to some, but we hope we never meet them."

    Now you make me feel sort of bad about myself… I totally get the reference, but I'm sure I'm not alone in this. ;) It has something to do with a commercial Schalke's former general manager did some years back and the fact that Schalke haven't won the Bundesliga trophy since the 50s.

    • Syd says:

      Oh my, I had already forgotten that commerical though in difference to this one it actually had humour. I doubt any Schalke fan would actually want to touch it ;)