Is this what footballers do these days in their spare time?
I agree with the author of the piece when he suggests that Phil Neville (gawd bless 'im, the Queen Mum of Goodison) would not be the first footballer you'd think of if you were asked to guess who has their own iPhone app offering fashion tips.
I haven't downloaded this as I don't have an iPhone but it's only 59p apparently so if anybody does then I'd love to know what it's like
Les Green, Posted 24/08/2010 at 10:08:12
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1 Posted 24/08/2010 at 15:34:37
What an age we live in
2 Posted 24/08/2010 at 15:52:31
3 Posted 24/08/2010 at 17:43:07
"When I play football, I always play to win and with these new 7 button Birmos' (or whatever) you can feel like a winner too" - Everton and England's (eh?) Phil Neville.
Almost worth 59p to read (ie: marvel at) the descriptions and lame football references.
"And when Phil's away on international duty (eh?) his lovely wife Slagella (pictured) relaxes in these fleece-lined, split-crotch ear-muffs which go perfectly with her orthopedic socks by Puftor of London"
By the way Ian - laughed out loud.
(wish there was a shorter way to say that)
4 Posted 24/08/2010 at 18:23:42
5 Posted 24/08/2010 at 21:04:17
6 Posted 24/08/2010 at 21:06:02
7 Posted 25/08/2010 at 00:26:17
From aspiration to reality in two clicks.
8 Posted 25/08/2010 at 12:34:13
Andy, you have a fair point; Phil Neville is a decent, honest guy that wears his heart on his sleeve. Unfortunately the app wont sell as well as he would like because he isn't David Beckham or Ronaldo (the gelled tumbler, not the fat one).
9 Posted 25/08/2010 at 16:19:07
I can picture some kid saying to his mate - "Hey I've got the new Phil Neville fashion app!"
His mate instantly cracks him good-style right in the chops, leaving big red welts and says "there's a slapp for that!"
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