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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

6 Types of People You Will See in a Football Viewing Center



The football season has been exciting so far for football fans in Nigeria and all over the world. Considering the Nigerian factor, many of us still prefer to watch football matches at viewing centers even though we have DSTV at home.

The reason behind this is not far-fetched, the fun and the actions of different kinds of people you meet at viewing centers makes football games more interesting to watch.

Here are 6 types of people you may possibly meet at football viewing centres;

1. THE ANTAGONIST


These are people that will come to the viewing centre just to witness the downfall of other teams and make mockery of their fans. These are people that will shout UP GUNNERS!!! even when arsenal is loosing against Watford. Awon Olote!!

2. ALL MATCH VIEWERS


Just because most of these football games are played on weekends, these people will come to the viewing centre to watch all the matches for the day. They just derive pleasure in watching football to the extent that they can even watch disable people football match if there is one.

3. HALF TIME FOOTBALL FANS

These set of people will never come to the viewing centre before kick-off or during first half. They will always come during second half or towards the end of the match.

They often piss people off with annoying questions like;
Bros abeg wetin be scores? If you answer that, they will go on and ask again, Who scored for chelsea? if you are patient enough to answer again, they will still quiz you further, Shay na Emirate be this abi na Anfield? That’s how annoying this set of people can be.

4. CONFUSED NAIRABET FOOTBALL FANS


These ones come to the viewing centre with their bet tickets, going through the list of their stakes till the end of the match.

Even though their team wins the entire match, they go home unhappy with the fact that the team failed to score two goals because they’ve staked Over 2.5 for the match. Ticket don spoil… #Lol

5. THE ELDERS


They are mostly aged people who have passion for the game. Most of them have been watching football from the 70s, those days when players used to wear boxers shorts to play. So, they sabi football history and can argue anything with you while making reference to the past.

6. THE DRINKERS


I really don’t understand these set of people because it’s difficult to ascertain whether they’ve actually come to the viewing center to drink or watch football. They keep ordering for drinks and fried meat every minute. Before 90 minutes, they have already finished 10 bottles of beer!!

Which category are you?

If you feel this list is incomplete, feel free to add yours!!

Credit: Naijaloaded.com.ng

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