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M’Luds We Are Not Tired, Just Challenged. Critical News, 14th July 2013

Posted by Business in Ghana on July 14, 2013

Sydney Casely-Hayford, sydney@bizghana.com

I am a sore loser in football.  The French or what we were expected to accept as a French side eventually won the Under 20 FIFA tourney on Saturday.  Watching their black players stop all our brilliant moves from the flanks and especially Pogba holding Assifuah and Acheampong to the berth, only made it worse for me when I got to know that Pogba is of Ghanaian origin.  For long we have struggled to control the age thing in the Under 20 and Under 17 games, but I think it is now time to look at ethnicity as another feature to control.  French people are not colored black, so to field a team with 9 black players and a mixed race goalkeeper, who was the key reason we could not get the ball into the net, increased my pain considerably.  These “Senegalovarians” (young men from Senegal, Togo, Mali, C’ote D’Ivoire) they sported were bigger, tougher, faster and seemed to be under some kind of spell to win this competition.  Even our prayers right there in the middle of the pitch could not blind their keeper; divine shots from the Golden Boot, coming at him from all sides.  Look, Americans are a mixed race, British are one third black, Chinese are never black and French people are predominantly white.  We should not change the order of nature just to win a FIFA cup.  I am a sore loser in football. Read the rest of this entry »

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