Fans will be bored this weekend because the football season in Europe has ended. Winners of the various league in Italy, Spain, France, England, and Germany have been crowned. Nigerian fans are already used to watching their favourite team every weekend. Since the season has ended, they have no choice than to wait for the next season to kick off. In spite of this, there are other things you can do to fill up the hollow created by the lack of football. we shares some ideas.
Spend good time with your spouse
There is no gainsaying that fans in Nigeria are addicted to the various European leagues. Their support and passion for Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich far outweigh or override every other thing including the woman they are in love with. Since these leagues have ended, some ladies will be excited because they can have their partner to themselves without the distraction of friends or football. You can even take her out for launch.
See live football at the Agege stadium
Want to watch live football? You should visit the home of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministry (MFM) at Agege. This Lagos-based team is one of the revelations of the Nigerian premier league. You will see good football on display.
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, the Lagos traffic and weekend football. There is barely enough time to sleep. You can replace sleep with football. If you do not want to sleep you can camp with your friends at the quiet resort and downing few bottles. The best is for you to shut down your body.
Read a book
A good and enthralling book can also suffice during a weekend without European football. at you will be learning something new. You can also brush up your knowledge about the favourite European club you espouse.
Follow Copa America, Olympics and the European cup
Even with the halt of the exciting football season in Europe, there are other tourneys you can look out like the Copa America in South America, the Olympics in Brazil and the European Championship in France. Still so much soccer to look forward!