Ashley Cole is mocked by Roma captain Francesco Totti during official team photo
Cole caused an internet storm after awkward photo with new team-mates
Friday 01 August 2014
Roma club captain Francesco Totti has made a brilliant mockery of his new team-mate Ashley Cole.
The former England and Chelsea defender caused a storm earlier this week when he was pictured lurking awkwardly during a team photo posted by his new club.
Images of Ashley Cole lurking went viral, with the 33-year-old even joining in on the fun by responding to some of the best ones, including a picture of him looking through the window at his ex-wife Cheryl with her new husband.
But Totti has further added to Cole's embarrassment, photo (above) via @davcoppo, by recreating the pose during a session for the official team photo.
Cole is seen standing in the front row (third from left) as the veteran Totti takes a step away from the group.
Ashley Cole with his new team-mates
When the picture originally emerged, social networks and photoshoppers quickly moved into gear to embarrass Cole.
Ashley Cole taking in some golf... pic.twitter.com/Yeyaq3jiC9— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 29, 2014
'Alright lads, big job on?' pic.twitter.com/PI8jDrfgBx— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 29, 2014
Lovely view... pic.twitter.com/NV1LlzRskJ— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 29, 2014
It is not yet known whether Cole knows about the pose.
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