OSWALDTWISTLE footballer Barry Shuttleworth has been baring all for charity in a calendar which has caused a stir.
The former Accrington Stanley defender was playing for Altrincham when they decided to do something different and recreate the famous football poses for their 2005 calendar.
There's Bobby Moore's World Cup winning pose in 1966, Gazza's dentist chair celebration, Vinny Jones and Gazza's famous "clinch" and Maradona's Hand of God World Cup goal in 1986.
National newspapers and local television have picked up on the story and given the Conference North side plenty of publicity.
And Barry, who now plays for Bamber Bridge, admitted it was a brave decision on a cold winter night with a couple of players chickening out.
"It was absolutely freezing and it was made worse in that we had to do it after training," said the 27-year-old former Rotherham and Blackpool player.
"Originally there was 11 of us meant to be doing it but it ended up just five. Luckily the photographer only needed a couple of shots to get it right."
The calendar was the idea of Alty player Peter Band's wife and Stephen Lunt's sister.
"When they suggested it I thought 'yeah sounds fine' although I was beginning to regret it when we were told to take our clothes off," said Barry, who lives in Fielden Lane. "But we just whipped off our shorts and got on with it. It was hard braving the cold though after that. There wasn't too many people watching - a few of the other players were laughing - but if it is all in the name of charity, then it's a small price to pay.
"It's my most famous moment with no clothes on!"
Barry has been hampered by injuries throughout his football career and now works at Bactrol in Accrington, a chemical company.
"I have worked there for about 10 months and it is hard after being a professional footballer for eight or nine years. It is a huge change of life and I am 10 years behind everyone else now."
The cost of the calendar is £9 with 50 pence going to Cancer Research and the rest raising money for the club to help them pay off an Inland Revenue debt of around £40,000.
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