Does Professionnal Football Understands its Identity?

Is it not Time to Move from Myths and Mantra to the Rule of Law?

Does Professionnal Football Understands its Identity?Is it not Time to Move from Myths and Mantra to the Rule of Law?
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“Bits of songs and broken drums
are all he could recall
So he spoke to me
in a bastard tongue
carried on the silence of the guns

‘It’s been a long long time
since they first came
and marched through our village
They taught us to forget our past
and live the future in their image’

They said
‘You should learn to speak a little bit of English
Don’t be scared of a suit and tie.
Learn to walk in the dreams of the foreigner
-- I am a third world child

Wo! ilanga lobunzima
Nalo liyashona
Ukuthini asazi
Mus’ ukukhala
Mntanami”

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