This was the scene on Milan’s San Siro pitch prior to their Serie A game against Napoli in April 1986.
Surely you can tell there's a match on? They've got Paolo Rossi in a suit standing next to a McLaren...
It should probably be pointed out that Silvio Berlusconi had recently become the club’s president, saving them from the brink of financial collapse in the process.
Milan had gone through troubled times in the years before, which included a stint in Serie B, but both they and Napoli were about to embark on their respective paths to greatness.
The visitors won 2-1 on the day and the following season clinched the league, while Milan were European Cup winners by the end of the decade.
Napoli had Diego Maradona to thank for their success, while Berlusconi installed Arrigo Sacchi as manager and added the Dutch trio of Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard and Ruud Gullit.
But let’s just remember for a moment that this happened before a football match.