Having wrapped up their fourth Russian Premier League title last weekend with two games to spare, Zenit St. Petersburg decided to capture the moment with a celebratory team photo.
However, we're not talking your run of the mill "couple of benches lined up on the pitch" shot here, oh no.
In fact, Zenit instead decided to dress up in an array of 19th century Russian military uniforms, with coach Andre Villas-Boas plonked front and centre with little Andrey Arshavin peering over his shoulder.
MOSCOW -- Zenit St Petersburg are set to release Andrey Arshavin and Anatoly Tymoshchuk at the end of the season.
The duo's contracts are both set to expire in the summer and Zenit coach Andre Villas-Boas says the Russian Premier League leaders are unlikely to offer them extensions.
"The situation is developing so that their contracts [will] run out," Villas Boas said on the club's official website. "We have, from my understanding, not had any talks, although we did have one talk with Tymoshchuk.