14 photos you will definitely relate to if you played football as a kid

Football was everything for many Nigerian kids and if you loved playing, you can relate to these photos.

1. When the owner of the ball is losing and decides to take his ball home.

Just look at

 

Diarris God.

2. When you notice the girls are watching and the inner Maradona comes alive.

street football

 

This is the day that the lord has made.

3. There was always the one kid whose job it was to jump into people’s compounds and pick the ball.

van-persie-robben

 

Oshey snake in the monkey shadow!

4. When they tried to make you the goalkeeper because you didn’t know how to play.

Its over

 

I’m destined for greatness please.

5. When you end up with the team that can’t play shit.

Ronaldo

 

Why me Lord? Why?

6. When someone does ojoro and you let it slip.

standing ovation

 

First to do no dey pain.

7. But when you do your own ojoro they start protesting.


Jordan laughing

Ojoro cancel ojoro.

8. There was always the one kid that would come fully kitted but couldn’t play jack.

Piers Morgan

 

Shot 1.

9. That one guy that was always scattering the post whenever his team was on the losing side.

 

DiegoLike why why why?

 

10. When the ball hits you in the face but you dont want to cry because girls are watching.

laugh cry

 

I’m okay. I’m okay.

 

11. When you argue for 30 minutes whether the ball was over or under the bar. The invisible bar.

nass-fight-nigerian-tribune

 

Nigeria’s problem did not start yesterday.

12. When your ball fell into a compound but when you asked for it, they threw out a ball slit in two.

 

leaving crying

 

Wickedness.

13. When you always got picked last for a team because you were the unofficial “least likely to succeed at football.”

sad boy

 

#HorriblePlayersMatter

14. Can we please have a moment of silence for that guy we all thought would be the next superstar, but is chasing work deadlines now?

 

Winston-Crying-on-Pillow-New-Girl

 

Because life happened.

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Ade

When God was sharing chill, I was at the back of the line trying to start a fire.

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