British Football's Most Devious Dressing Room Tactics

British football teams will apparently do anything they can give their players the slightest advantage, even if that means making the visiting team uncomfortable. Some of the ways they do that include painting the opposing team’s dressing room walls a putrid color, turning off the water in the opponents' dressing room, polishing the floor so players have to tip-toe to avoid slipping, replacing standard dressing room benches with leather armchairs to install calm and lethargy, hanging coat hangers up high to force players to put strain on their ankles, arms and hamstrings, and replacing standard mirrors with those designed to give players the impression of being smaller than they actually are. So, if American football players seem competitive, they’re apparently amateurs when it comes to messing with their opponents.