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Italian TV Gold: A Shirtless Ruud Gullit Playing The Drums On Attilio Lombardo's Head

Italian TV Gold: A Shirtless Ruud Gullit Playing The Drums On Attilio Lombardo's Head
By Conor Neville
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We say without fear of contradiction that this is the only video on youtube in which one can see a shirtless Ruud Gullit playing the drums on Attilio Lombardo's head.

The makers of the Italian comedy football show 'Mai Dire Gol' made such a spectacle possible during the 1993-94 Serie A season.

'Mai Dire Gol', or 'Never Say Goal', was a clip show which ran from 1990 to 2001 - the heyday of Italian football - that showed pratfalls, gaffes and other comical moments from the world of calcio.

Familiar faces appearing topless include Gianluca Pagliuca, Paolo Di Canio and Angelo Peruzzi.

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Another landmark moment in the history of Italian television.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBZkLIAuNhE

Italian TV producers, perhaps influenced by the peccadilloes of their famous employer, have long believed that there is no television programme that can't be improved by the presence of a gyrating model.

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Who can forget the sight of Fabio Capello and Jose Mourinho being given a lap dance in front of a studio audience.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEM5wBqZ8Wg

For those curious, this tendency within Italian media was explored and criticised in Bill Emmott's fascinating documentary on Italy's decline, 'Girlfriend in a Coma'.

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