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Football is the favourite sport of people from this part of the world and they can go any length to watch it or support their teams. People from this part of the world don’t like to miss English Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, Seria A, etc. People love watching football matches at a viewing centre even though they can easily watch it in their home but they don’t like to miss the excitement of watching a football match where there’s crowd.
In a typical Nigerian viewing centre, you meet different kinds of people and here are the categories of people.
1. The Analysts
The analysts know the in and out of football ranging from history to evolution of football. They keep everyone entertained with their commentary branded with facts. The analysts are self acclaimed John Champion and won’t stop commenting until the referee blows the final whistle. Sometimes, they being up argument turning the viewing centre into a market place ?
2. The Talkative
sThese ones won’t stop making noise but will keep ruining their mouths from the beginning of the match till the end. They are similar to the analysts but the annoying thing about them is that they keep shouting, blaming the coach for substituting a player and blaming a referee for officiating. The talkatives are usually fault finders and they always act like they know more than the coach and can play better than the players on the pitch but hell no! They can’t even play football for 5 minutes.
3. The Gamblers
There are either happy or sad depending on their prediction. If they bet on a particular club and the club is losing they become and uncomfortable hoping miracle should happen. But when they bet on a team and the team is winning you will see happiness written all over them. They usually have divided attention because they are always glued to their phones checking livescores to know their fate.
4. The Antagonists
The antagonists go to the viewing centre to make mockery of the fans and witness their downfall. Take for example, they aren’t Chelsea fans but you see them at viewing centre supporting Swansea when playing against Manchester United. They mock and laugh at the Manchester United fans when Swansea is reading and can push the die hard fans to the extreme really which may lead to fight.
5. The neutral ones
These ones do not support any club but only come to watch good football. They know a lot about football but are always quiet and concentrate on the match. They celebrate with the winning team and commend them for their efforts without taking any side. These are the people who have meet at viewing centre here and I know that people from your own clime may be different. I drop my pen at this juncture
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