EX-MAN UNITED prospect Daniel Nardiello has revealed that he was forced to simulate sex in front of the club’s iconic players.
Nardiello, 40, admitted that the “horrible” experience was part of his initiation at the club.
The retired forward joined the Old Trafford outfit in 1999 after moving from Wolves as a youth player.
Although he spent most of his time at the club out on loan before leaving permanently in 2005 after completing a move to Barnsley.
But one thing during his time at the club was his initiation in which he was made to pretend to have sex with a woman in front of club legends Roy Keane and David Beckham.
Speaking to the Under The Cosh podcast, Nardiello said: “Mine was I had to make love to a [pretend] woman on the table.
“A few of us had to do that. You had to describe the girl. It was horrible.
“Is she blonde, brunette, is she busty, is she not?
“How are you doing it? What are you saying to her? [I was] bright red, it was horrible.”
When he was asked if it was “strictly missionary”, he replied “100 per cent.”
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At the time Nardiello was shocked by the response of the players.
He added: “These are the superstars as well.
“It was [Ryan] Giggs and David May the main guys in there but you can see Keane and Beckham there just lapping it all in and you’re like, ‘oh my God, I’ve got to make love to a girl in front of all these guys’.”
Nardiello did also admit that not all of the youngsters were forced to have the same initiation as him.
The former Wales international revealed that one team-mate had to play the “spoon game” with David May.
The two would put spoons in their mouths and try to hit each other on the head as hard as they could.
However, when it would be May’s go, Ryan Giggs would sneakily hit the youngster on the head.
During his time at the Red Devils, Nardeillo never made a Premier League appearance but did appear in the EFL Cup and the Champions League.
The forward played for a lot of clubs in his career after United, as he enjoyed notable spells with Exeter City, Rotherham United, Bury and Bangor City.
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