“Congratulations Italy! You just came in third in the Confederations Cup! What are you going to do now?”
“Eh… Mi scusi but we cannot celebrate. They would not let us bring our meat and cheese into the country. We go home and make a porchetta from Maya. Do not tell Mario. Grazie!”
Italy managed to edge out Uruguay in Sunday’s third-place game through penalties. Spain-Brazil is coming up at 6 PM ET. Win or lose, Spain isn’t going out quietly if the Confederations Cup group stages are anything to go by.
The World and European champions tried to celebrate their group stage win over Nigeria by bringing a gaggle of 10 prostitutes back to the team hotel. Let’s just say it didn’t go over well.
The UOL Sport heard several people who witnessed the scene – including employees, security guards and local merchants – and found that, around 4am, a player from Spain arrived at the scene about ten prostitutes offering their services at the nearby beaches and tried up with women for floors that house the delegation. Readily, receptionists and security guards reported that it would not be possible, the athlete revolting.
Dissatisfied, he came into contact with some companions, who came down and started the riot. Changed, they did not accept they would have to leave women outside the hotel, initiating a discussion with the hotel staff.
After 20 minutes of negotiations, they agreed to go without prostitutes, which were removed by security from the hotel lobby. One of them, however, managed to evade the blockade and enter the elevator. However, when he reached the 15th floor, a security guard who provides services to the organization of the FIFA Confederations Cup barred their entry.
With shouts and blows up the elevator, similar to what had already done some players when they saw that they could not climb together, she woke up other guests at the hotel. There were hits mouth and even a threat to call the police car which oversees the region to intervene.
On Monday morning, before the confusion, heads of delegation and representatives of the Spanish hotel met to establish a pact of silence and prevent the fact became public, the environment impeding the winning team in the world and Euro.
Apparently a similar situation broke out earlier in Recife in which players’ belongings were stolen by women brought back to the Spanish team hotel.
Imagine the Spanish team celebrations that must have taken place after the Euro and World Cup wins then multiply that by a factor of 10 if they win today. I’ve lived in Brazil and been to South Africa. Lemme tell you something. Poland and South Africa ain’t got nothing on Brazil when it comes to partying. Also keep in mind that this tournament, while meaning something for national pride, isn’t anywhere near the level of the World Cup or the Euro in terms of prominence so they, like every other team, have probably been rolling strong since they landed in Brazil.