She was probably expecting a flashy Porsche, but instead Melissa was left to pick up the player in her blue Fiesta – and was even left to pay and display.
Melissa told the Sun: “I’ve never met anyone so stingy in my life, I was so excited for the first date.
Now it is time to talk about a young man who is doing things the right way.
If you go on a date with a Manchester United star player you’d expect nothing less than to be wined and dined in style.
So you can imagine one Manchester student’s shock when the player took her for chicken at Nando’s.
I didn’t expect to be going there on a date with a Man United footballer, especially in my dress and heels.” But the evening of romance didn’t end there – after forking out nearly twenty quid on dinner, the evening moved on to to a three-star hotel, where the pair watched The X Factor together.
Melissa claims the forward then asked to be driven home at 9pm, and alas the romance ultimately led nowhere.
If you’ve been reading ROK for a while, you may be familiar with my advocacy for the necessity of the redpill for young men.
I’ve insisted that game is necessary for them, and provided several examples in order to illustrate this point. I’ve spent plenty of time talking about the young men who are operating incorrectly with regard to game and the embrace of the red pill.