Hello, it’s January, the Monday of the year. I know you are not in the mood of exchanging pleasantries because you are still trying to shake off the cobwebs from a fantastic new year’s eve. Nonetheless, I do not want to step on a bandaged toe. This article is meant to give you seven of the top unbreakable sporting resolutions for this year. While some of you may be on a noble quest of quitting smoking, falling in love or exercising more in the gym, don’t kid yourselves. You have a better chance of wrestling a polar bear or even milking a rattlesnake.
Now back to earth, the league is only weeks away. Why don’tyou adopt these few sporting resolutions? I mean it’s much more exciting than monitoring your calorie intake.
ATTEND MORE MATCHES.
It’s sometimes tempting to stay at home and watch the game on the big screen but nothing compares to watching a game on a Saturday afternoon. The atmosphere is like a clap of thunder. Sitting in the sun with your favorite drink next to an adrenaline-pumped fan and before you know it, you are on your feet screaming your heart out. So if you attended only seven matches last season, make a point of increasing that number this year. If you’ve never attended then you are missing out on a lot of fun.
GET INTO A HEATED ARGUMENT WITH A PASSIONATE FAN.
Do you know anyone who is a big football nut? Provoke them by claiming their team is overrated and watch hell break loose. Football has some of the most passionate followers out there. Trust me; the discussion can be deeply invigorating.
INVEST IN MORE SPORTING GEAR.
I am not just talking about buying a jersey and writing a weird name that can’t be found on those small souvenir key chains. Try to be creative. Give Dolce and Gabbana a run for their money. I remember seeing a Gormahia fan wearing an interesting jersey. Because he also doubles up as an Arsenal fan, he stitched both jerseys (Gor and Arsenal) right at the middle.Cool, huh?
STOP OBJECTIFYING PLAYERS.
This is aimed specifically at women. Men are notorious when it comes to objectifying players (just ask a man why he likes watching tennis) but women are fast gaining ground. Listen ladies, it’s good that you sacrificed your precious time to get into the stadium. However, if your pursuit of the front row seats is mainly motivated by the irresistible urge to ogle at Paul Kiongera or Were then you are doing yourself an injustice.
DON’T BE A FICKLE FAN.
Is your team undergoing a wretched time? Please don’tdo a Manchester United (sorry Utd fans) and walk with bags on your heads because of shame. With all due respect, if a team like Top Fry all Stars has loyal fans despite their low profile and with a name that can conjure millions of puns, surely it can’t be that bad.
DESIST FROM HOOLIGANISM.
It’s finally over. You have ground your fierce rivals to the dirt. Then you think to yourself, this calls for a celebration. Let me go and set a fire or rip off the chair am sitting on. Surely such acts should stop.
FOLLOW THE KENYANSTAR.
Allow me to be as biased as a Muslim reporter writing an article on rearing pigs. You will never find a more promising hive of fanfare and football stories. So, for those of you who are in need of regular sports updates and are looking for an excellent way to increase their overall knowledge then just look at the columns section. Oh, and how about reading the article first before hauling your rear to the comments section to say terrible things…just kidding your input is always appreciated.