Posted by sean on August 11, 2009 at 12:53 pm in Football with No Comments

So footballers have their own, secret retail website.

Not being a professional footballer, I have not been invited to access the arrogantly named Platinum Players, so do not know what companies they are recommending.

However, if the tabloids have taught us anything, the site will no doubt contain links to various strip clubs and lawyers who are able to get you off assault charges, despite the fact you’re caught on CCTV punching a man. Apparently a similar site is being launched for rugby players, listing known drug dealers in the area.

As Platinum Players is only open to footballers, the likes of you and I won’t be able to access it. Not that I have tried, but going on the assumption most players are not very bright, it can’t be too hard to guess what some of the login details may be…

Member Name: BeckhamD
Password: victoria

Member Name: RooneyW
Password: gingsters

Member Name: FerdinandR
Password: football

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