They stopped playing football and became porn stars

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THE Danny Mountain κι ο Davide Jovinela imagined a different career. Growing up they wanted to become football stars. However, they did not succeed and followed a different path. They were made pornstars.

THE Danny Mountain, now 37, spent her nine to 16 years at her academy Southampton. In fact, the “saints” as the nickname of the team, had hopes that he would become a professional footballer who would make a career in Premier League. At some point in his career in the infrastructure departments, clubs such as Chelsea, the Tottenham and the West Ham.

In fact, one of them praised him 1966 World Champions with the England National Team, The Alan Bowl. “He said some very good words to me, I do not think I could hear anything better than that. He and Joff Herst (s.s. another World Champion in 1966) they were watching us in a training session when I was 12 and he told my father that “every ten to 15 years in this country there is a talent that stands out from all the others and I think your son might be that talent».

His life, however, changed at 16 years old. He had to stop playing football due to a serious knee injury. He first turned to carpentry to make money and then met a film agent porn through his then partner. He is now the highest paid British actor, with salaries exceeding one million euros. He remains a fan of her in particular Manchester United and has been photographed with players and legends, such as the former center forward Andy Cole (right in the main photo).

THE Davide Jovinela wanted to play in a big team but got to Series D, its 4th category Italy. Maybe he would have had a chance at a professional career if he went on USA., but on the other hand he did not want to leave his homeland. So, in need of money, he decided to leave football and go to his academy Rocco Sifredi in Hungary. From there, the door to the erotic film industry opened and he changed his name. Now, he is known for his art Davide Montana. However, the ball has not left his mind. “If I could find a team in Budapest where I live it would be great,” he added.

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