Euro 2012 ad pokes fun at 'straying' footie stars

   May 2, 6:09 pm

London, May 2 (ANI): An Irish bookmaker released a hilarious commercial on Tuesday night, which pokes fun at new England boss Roy Hodgson and his stars.

Paddy Power's clips feature introduction of "goal-line technology" for Ukraine's women ahead of Euro 2012, the Daily Star reported.

"We'll make sure the players don't get distracted by the hottest girls by fitting them with goal-line technology. Should any England player cross the line an automated email goes straight to uncle Roy," a voiceover says.

"Football players have a tendency to stray offside," Adam Perrin, of Paddy Power, said. (ANI)

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