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Can sex and football ever mix?

aaaaa52902051.jpgOur dear friends over at one of the interpipe’s finest portals of football (Fanbanta) have posted an interesting piece today on an Italian naughty nudie channel opting to show football instead of naked ladies and / or men and / or dare we say those who fall into both the male and female category.
The crux of this story is that Italian hardcore smut channel ContoTV (pronounce this right!) has shelled out thousands of Euros to screen Fiorentina’s UEFA cup first-round tie against Groningen, and they might be screening the whole damned cup if it proves more popular than bosums. This is a dangerous situation as aside from those Keep On Jumping foxes trying to play football in the mud (click continue reading for anohter peak at them) we can never remember a moment where sex and football have combined successfully. Streakers are always ugly, British cheerleaders are always fat, and the only truly sex related thing we’ve ever seen at a football match was Peter Beardsley’s pee-pee popping out of those tiny 1980s England shorts in an ill fated Wembley friendly. It made us do a sick in our mouth!

So what’s going on, would you welcome football on your sex channel? Would you prefer sex on your football channel? Oh God… Andy Gray naked… Nooooooooooo!

Photo: Getty

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By Ollie Irish on September 11th, 2007 in WAGs & Babes. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.

3 Responses to “Can sex and football ever mix?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I would

  2. django says:


  3. Duke says:

    Dude, The Offside Rules ran that clip over a week ago…you bitin’?