Of course, he’s not the only person to have ditched the football pitch for a slightly surprising new line of work. One of the most famous examples has to be former footballer Eric Cantona, who famously turned his back on sport to try his hand at acting – which, thankfully, it turned out he was pretty good at. Then there’s German ex-Werder Bremen and Hoffenheim goalkeeper Tim Wiese, who chose to quit the football game in order to step into the ring as a WWE fighter known as ‘The Machine’. “It’s not like being in bed with your partner, so you have to work hard and be stable,” Iovinella said of his career change, according to the Sun. Back in 2018, he spent some time in Budapest, and revealed that he intended to try and find a local club over there. Often when people go for a career change, it involves ditching a corporate nine-to-five office job but not for one man. Davide Iovinella gave up his day job as a footballer – one of the world’s most sought-after roles – to become an adult film star. Read Also: Video: David Beckham’s bin challenge remains a classic Wiese made his professional wrestling debut in Munich in November 2016, where he was teamed with Irish wrestler Sheamus and Cesaro (aka Claudio Castagnoli) to defeat tag team Primo and Epico – known as The Shining Stars – and Florida-born Bo Dallas. Former Burton Albion goalie Stuart Tomlinson went for a similar route, taking a shot at being a WWE wrestler. However, he didn’t manage to do quite as well, and was axed by the WWE in September 2016. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 He then applied for a role in an adult movie, and, following a successful audition, became one of 3,000 people selected to work with director Rocco Siffredi. Iovinella flew to Budapest to visit Siffredi’s Academy, and it was here that he took on the stage alter-ego of Davide Montana, as he’s now known on Instagram. Loading… He added: “The ideal would be to find a club in Hungary.” In fact, he decided to hang up his boots and quit his job at the age of 24, the Sun reports, meaning that he was then able to pursue his dream of working in the adult film industry. Iovinella was a footballer for Serie D side ASD Caldio Pomigliano when he realised he wasn’t making enough cash – and that he could enjoy a better salary elsewhere. Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayOnly Those Who Live In 1980s Know What It Is11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’10 Largest Cities In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThese Films Were Sued For The Weirdest Reasons7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes
ELLSWORTH — Ellsworth High School is seeking registrants for its annual Bootin’ Eagle Soccer Camp with the first of three weeklong sessions set to begin next week.The first weeklong session will be for students entering grades 7-12. That camp is scheduled to begin Monday, July 23, and conclude next Friday, July 27.Students in grades 4-6 may compete in the next session, which begins July 30 and concludes Aug. 3. The final session, which is for students entering grades 1-3 as well as those about to begin kindergarten, runs from Aug. 13-17.This marks the 27th year of Bootin’ Eagle, which teaches team and individual soccer tactics and allows players to participate in 3-on-3, 6-on-6, 8-on-8 and 11-on-11 tournaments. Daily sessions began at 8 a.m. at the high school practice field and conclude at 12:30 p.m.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textRegistration is $100 per person and $50 for tykes. Forms should be sent to Brian Higgins, P.O. Box 204, Surry, ME 04684.
Paul Doolin’s side can no longer qualify from Group 2, but they’ll be looking to finish the campaign on a winning note as they face Slovakia at 11am Irish time.