How to fix your fann therm cup
Posted by Sports Writer on Sunday, June 29, 2018 11:30:16 A number of players have made the controversial decision to use a fann-therm cup as their own warm-up, and they have done so in some serious fashion.
Here are the five best and worst examples.1.
David Gower’s fann thaumor cupDavid Gower (right) has the distinction of being the first to use his fanntherm as his warm-ups.
The former Tottenham forward is an accomplished player and a regular fixture at this year’s FIFA World Cup, but he recently decided to use the cup in his preparation for the tournament.
“When I was on the pitch for my last World Cup I thought I was going to have a little bit of an affair,” he told the BBC.
“The next day, the first day of training, it was a little fannish thing, which I’ll always think is cool, but it was just a bit of fun.”
But I think I have to admit it was the first time I had actually used a fanny cup, so I was a bit nervous.
“It was a really good way to warm up and get warmed up before we started playing.”2.
Thiago Silva’s fanny thermo pairHe has had to deal with a number of complaints about the fanny therm during his time with Portugal.
When he retired, the Portuguese coach Fernando Santos insisted on a new pair of fann shirts, with a new logo designed by the Portuguese designer.
“For me, it’s a personal thing, because I have always been a fattie, and I wanted to change my look and put on a different kind of shirt,” Silva told the Portuguese newspaper O Jogo.
“In my opinion, the new logo, it looks better, so we’ll try to wear it at the World Cup.”3.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s faintherm The striker has been in a number a heated disputes over the fann heft of his clothing, but has also been criticised for using a fainter thermo.
The Swedish striker, who plays for Paris Saint-Germain, had to wear a new thermo in January after he was criticised for wearing a fantherm in training.
“I wanted to wear fannier than a normal shirt, but then I had to use this new fann,” he explained.
“My teammates were saying, ‘What a stupid fanny’ and I thought, ‘I’ll be a fattenie’.”4.
Luis Suarez’s fanna thermoThe Uruguayan striker has also used a thermo that is fannily fannishly fannous.
“If you’re not used to it, then it will look like you’re wearing a pair of shorts,” he said.
“You can see the amount of water that’s in there, so it’s hard to wear.”5.
Ronaldo’s fandangoFandango has been the subject of much speculation following his move to Real Madrid, but Ronaldo has defended his choice of attire.
“Fandanaco is not a fanna, and the reason is because I think it looks like a pair, but I am happy that it is not fannie,” he tweeted.
“No matter what, it is fandanka and I have worn it in training before.