“Was he this fun player?” Why the 2m striker doesn’t have a tattoo…”If I do it, it seriously hits the world’s ink supply”

Sports Bible, a sports media outlet, said on the 20th (Korea Standard Time) that Crouch, who played in Liverpool, Tottenham, and Stoke City, recently expressed his thoughts on tattoos on the podcast “The Therapy Crouch.”

It is hard to find a soccer player who does not have a tattoo among recent players in Europe. Players can engrave their family members’ initials and their values that they consider important. Media outlets claimed that more than half of professional soccer players are estimated to have tattoos. 토토사이트 추천

Peter Crouch, who played in the English Premier League in the past, talked about this. “It seems that any soccer player has a tattoo these days,” he said. “It is so common that I think it is stipulated in the contract.”

“It’s not just small tattoos like your child’s initials. I tattoo all over my arm from my wrist to my neck. All soccer players get tattoos except me,” he said.

Crouch joked about why he didn’t get tattoos. “The first reason is that getting tattoos all over the arm can seriously damage the global ink supply,” he said.

There was another reason. “Second reason is that most tattoos remind me of doodles that I see on my school desk or on the partition walls of a highway gas station,” he replied cheerfully.

Crouch had never thought about getting a tattoo in his life. He explained, “I had never thought about getting a tattoo. I didn’t want to draw attention with my long arms and legs.”

“I think I can engrave quite a lot of writing on my thighs. Like novels like war and peace. Or I can list all the teams I played for. I need long limbs to do that,” he joked.

Crouch was once a tall striker who represented England. The main weapon was a header using a height of more than 2 meters. Unlike other tall strikers, he also observed his footwork.

He played for Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Stoke City, boasting unique capabilities to offer. He played in 720 professional matches in England, with 199 goals and 81 assists.

He also left a significant mark for the English national soccer team. He scored 22 goals in 42 A matches. He also played in major competitions such as the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. He has announced his retirement from football after the 2018/19 season.

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