Dutch football club offers 'bikini' car wash as 'Man of the Match' reward
To motivate their players, Holland's NEC Nijmegen football club is offering a special free car wash service by bikini-clad women to the 'man-of-the-match'.
A Dutch football club is reportedly offering their players a free car-wash service by bikini-clad women if any of them get a ‘Man of the Match’ award.
According to the Daily Star, NEC Nijmegen’s unusual motivation method was revealed by Icelandic midfielder Victor Palsson, who had his car scrubbed by three scantily-clad women, following his performance in a recent friendly against Spanish side Osasuna.
Quipping that his car has never been cleaner after the scrubbing, Palsson tweeted his thanks to the club.
“Thanks @NEC_Nijmegen for this MOTM prize after the game vs. Osasuna. The car has never been cleaner,” Palsson tweeted.
One of the 22-year-old footballers’ followers joked that the prize ''beats a bottle of champagne any day''.
Palsson, a former Liverpool youth player, was the first winner of the unusual prize, the report added.