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Mar
09

Well, The Cut is Flattering At Least…


In 1996, then Patriots head coach Bill Parcells got into a whole heap of media trouble when he referred to wide receiver Terry Glenn as a “she” during a press conference, inferring that Glenn was weak and that was why he wasn’t on the practice field. The coach of Figueirense in the Brazilian soccer league, Roberto Fernandes, would certainly understand that kind of inspirational tactic. That’s because he has taken to putting his players in dresses when they are not putting out an effort level he’s happy with.

The second-division team has seen a noticeable effect after this new tactic; midfielder Jairo had his best game of the season after being forced to wear a dress during practice. I think this would work wonders with Terrell Owens…

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