September 1st, 2009
Style-Off: Milano Managers
Jose and Leonardo. The one-namers we know and love went head-to-head in a tense fash-clash over the weekend. Inter took home the points, but who won on the sidelines?
Let’s pay homage to the Italian fashion capital currently under split ownership and reflect on what was good, what when wrong and why it may be time to pencil in a salon visit.
Jose taught Tyra what a fierce pose is and even managed to sprinkle some Special One® dust on the touchline to make it seem spectacularly angry also. Well done him.
On the other hand, we feel it necessary to dock points from Leonardo for his repeat sideline performance attire.
May we suggest a new, longer tie to counter-balance the outstretched arm approach to Italian yelling linguistics.
Is it asking too much for a man of this caliber to have a high rotation of silk ties, jackets and cuff links for us to admire during slow periods on the pitch? Perhaps he could change during half time.
Good Lookin’ Glare
Mourinho’s an expert on the squint and scare techniques that makes femmes swoon (even those he’s not currently married to) and players wince. However, we feel our foxy forest friend should tame his head coat with some sheers.
On the flip side, if one was to thesaurus “cute and cuddly” this Leonardo photo (below) would appear.
In fact, we can hardly contain our hearts from pounding out of our perky chests (Ed Note: according to us, at least) while viewing.
Verdict: Jose may rule the Serie A table, but Milano streets love them some Leonardo.
Was Jose’s failure to stylize/use a taming product a fluke? Or will Leonardo’s locks of Pantene Pro-V glory always out-condition the competition? Which manager would you give the style points to?