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Robbie Savage Disguises Himself In Prosthetic Mask To Take Part In Welsh Sunday League Game (Photo)

By Chris Wright

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As part of a segment on grassroots football for the BBC’s The One Show, Robbie Savage spent his weekend disguising himself using a prosthetic mask, a stick-on beard and a scraggy old wig in order to turn out for Bradley Park FC, a Sunday League side based in Wrexham for whom Savage used to play as a lad.

Despite obviously being Savage in a lumpy latex mask, we’re seeing subtle shades of Martin Castrogiovanni there – y’know, should he contract a wasting disease in the near future.

After turning up at the Bradley Park changing rooms at 6:30am to have his disguise applied, Savage then played under the pseudonym “Sam” for the entire game, with his side going on to lose 6-3 against opponents Turf FC – though the 39-year-old former Welsh international did manage to stick away a rather nice free-kick as a consolation…

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Not bad.

(Via Balls.ie)

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By Chris on April 29th, 2014 in Media, Newsnow, Non-League. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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2 Responses to “Robbie Savage Disguises Himself In Prosthetic Mask To Take Part In Welsh Sunday League Game (Photo)”

  1. TravisKOP says:

    losing shouldn’t be an issue for him, his professional career was riddled with it

  2. Jarren says:

    A bit of an Aphex Twin vibe going on there.

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