Swansea’s Angel Rangel forced to drive ‘Pink Ferrari’ after losing crossbar challenge

Dirty Tackle

If you see Swansea right back Angel Rangel driving on the streets of South Wales this week, he should be behind the wheel of the club's "Pink Ferrari."

As a means of automotive "banter," the Jacks' players clubbed together and bought the ultimate hairdresser's car: a pink Suzuki Vitara, customized with butterflies, fluorescent wheels and pink furry dice.

They call it the "Pink Ferrari" and hand it out to the player who loses at the banter-iffic crossbar challenge, made famous by Soccer AM. Judging by an Instagram post he put up on Thursday, the rhyming-named Spanish defender is the current occupant of the unique motor:

Here's a video from November explaining a little bit more about the challenge and the forfeit. In this edition, defender Ben Davies was the loser:

The Pink Ferrari seems like good fun and an excellent way of keeping player egos in check. Besides, it appears to be the sort of vehicle that Stephen Ireland would pay good money for.

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