And now…. a dissertation on the attire of soccer players in the February cold, and how it may affect their play.
Antoni – simple colors. a splash of red. and a knee barely held together.
Andre: a man proud of his truck and his business. his soccer uniform was a deteriment on the field though, as his jacket made a constant wooshing sound as he ran… but… he didn’t run all that much, so it was ok.
Roman: at times, one of the best dressed. today… he is doing the “everything in my closet” school of fashion.
Andy: bare legs is an odd choice for February…. but he pulls it off. played well today except for when he ran thru my foot. many KM’s
Pavol: surely a better choice that his usual winter coat attire. however the look is marred by whatever he is doing with that right hand. tsk tsk
Abel: plaid is an odd choice. but he backs it up on the field.
Carlos: totally ready for battle. motivated and well clad.. too bad the defense was like a sieve today….
Jim: overly concerned with his outfit. and way too excited about recent clothes shopping trips. it affected his play today . Although we do very much like the “staring into the distance gaze.
Mietek: ready for soccer, even in a Poland winter. coordinated… and matching hat….
Alex: eagle green is NEVER a good choice. especially when your team has been playing golf for many weeks. it was unfortunate (for us) that every shot he took went in. damn
Jacek: an excellent look, that screams “a keeper that is not going to be beat today”. However, that was not the case, the tune of 11 goals or so…. even 1 own goal… (not by me for a change)
David: nicely protected from the cold, but not by shin guards (as he found out before halftime). Scored an awsome volley’d goal. we hate him
Jurek: And finally… always the best dressed (at least when Marc Kot is not there), there is always Jurek… although the red shoes are a bit presumptous