Dunga wore his Shirt to keep his Daughter off Drugs
We’ve all made fashion mistakes in life. For the first two decades of my existence I insisted that it was perfectly fine to wear plaid pants with a striped shirt. No wonder I couldn’t get a date. That is why I have a bit of sympathy for Brazil coach Dunga who continues to face scrutiny for the less than fashionable shirt that he wore last week in Brazil’s friendly against Portugal.
Dunga has decided to strike back against the fashion critics.
The beleagured coach, who also repeated that he had no grudge with Ronaldinho, added that his unorthodox choice of touchline attire was partly an attempt to help his daughter, who is a fashion student and designed the shirt.
“If parents don’t help their children or give them incentives in their work, then it’s more likely that they will get involved in drugs and that sort of thing,” he said in an interview on Brazilian television.
Yes, being involved with your children’s lives is important, but if anything wearing a shirt like that one will only encourage more kids to do drugs. I dropped some acid and stared at the pattern on his shirt for nine hours straight. I think I saw God. He looked like Socrates circa 1982.