The Championship team is trying anything it can to have an advantage against the other teams in the competition
In modern football, anything you can give your team an advantage over rivals is good.
Even if that “anything” is just a new coat of paint in the away dressing room.
At least that’s what English Championship club Norwich City did, painting the away dressing room in all pink.
“If it’s true that pink lowers testosterone levels then the coach should know exactly how to use that advantage tactically,” Dr. Alexander Latinjak, a lecturer in sports psychology at the University of Suffolk, was quoted as saying by BBC as reported by Russia Today.
“Now that teams will know about the pink locker room, they could take countermeasures to ensure higher testosterone levels,” he added.
In contrast, Norwich City’s dress room is painted all white with powerful phrases written on the walls.
Dressing room settings…
Who's backing the Baggies today?
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) August 11, 2018