Friday, January 2, 2015

German soccer team moves players after finding out hotel booked 400 Russian models: Report

A German soccer team had to change plans for their warm-weather training camp in Turkey — after finding themselves booked in the same hotel as 400 Russian models.

MSV Duisburg was forced to alter their winter break at Turkey's Antalya resort because the hotel had doubled booked a beauty contest.

And we all know how much European soccer players hate mingling with supermodels.

A statement released by Duisburg with a smiley face on their official website said: "We want to calmly prepare for the spring series. MSV team manager Michael Meier has therefore rescheduled."

To avoid any distractions, the players will now stay at the Royal Holiday Palace between January 8 and 16 instead of the Hotel Royal Wings following the mix-up, just down the road from the hundreds of models.

Of course you might remember that time a Belgian soccer team shared their practice facilities with a group of lingerie models. If you don't, here's the VIDEO.

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