Leicester City Players Forced To Wrap BMW i8s After Getting Them Confused

After Leicester’s chairman gave his title-winning stars their own BMW i8, the footballers started mixing their cars up because they were all identical.

In fact, we kind of saw that coming back when we first heard about it and now we can’t really say we’re surprised to hear about several Leicester City players deciding to wrap their cars in different colors to make them more recognizable.

According to The Mirror, among those known to have requested the color change are Riyad Mahrez, Jeffrey Schlupp, Wes Morgan and Danny Simpson.

In order to get the job done, the players gave their cars to AC13 Premier in Nottingham, a bespoke vehicle provider managed by ex-Premier League striker Marlon Harewood.

23-year-old Jeffrey Schlupp decided to have his car wrapped in matte black, so that he can continue driving it to Leicester’s training ground for the foreseeable future.

All in all, thanks to how easy the i8 is to custom-wrap in multiple colors, we’re pretty sure each Leicester City player that got one will be able to easily tell which is his after their car’s transformation is completed.

Photos: AC13Premier/Twitter

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  • SuchMuch

    The struggle is real here.

    • MultiKdizzle

      First world problems to the max

  • if only there was a way to identify them from each other already on them, like the number plate.
    footballers are morons.

    • Tumbi Mtika

      Number plates only do so much.

      • true, they cant read.

        • Tumbi Mtika

          🙂

    • Toronado_II

      or try the “unlock” button….

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