Play Ball!!!

I’m not playing today and I’m not the coach. I’m not even related to the assistant coach, yet I’m nervous as hell. And if I’m feeling this way, I wonder how our boys are feeling… I’ve been praying and making all sorts of promises to God, if only He would just let us win.

I promise to keep my room tidy…

I promise to stop hiding the remote control from my mother…

I promise not to sin again till tomorrow…

I promise not to make fun of our first Lady again…

I promise to stick to only missionary position

Honestly, I don’t think anyone really expected them to get this far and now they are here, despite all the insults and swearing and curses to their 16th generations. The Burkinabes have never won the cup before and I kinda feel sorry for them. But if they read some of the threats against the Super Eagles on Twitter and Facebook, they would have mercy on those poor boys and just hand the cup over. They can go home with plastic cups 🙁

Anyway, I just want to use this opportunity to wish them the best of luck. I’ve got a bottle of red wine for when we win… I was saving it for something else but what better reason is there to get wasted celebrate? Don’t ask me how I know we are going to win… I just do.

Meanwhile, I want to send a quick shout out to the different kinds of Nigerians today…

I’m sending all my love to every proud and shameless Super Eagle supporter!!! God be with us and help us not to die of tension…

To all those who want the cup but are afraid to say it out loud for fear that the Super Eagles might disgrace them, I say keep your fingers crossed and hope for the best. We’ve gotten this far haven’t we?

And finally, I would like to send a special shout out to those who secretly want Nigeria to lose just so that they will have the satisfaction of being able to say, “I told you so”. Here’s a big SCREW YOU!!! 

So, LET’S PLAY BALL!!!!

8 thoughts on “Play Ball!!!

  1. Father, bring great rejoicing to Nigérians today! Go Super Eagles. And Congrats in advance to you Ngozi. The boys are bringing the cup home…this is our fate.

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