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Do You Have A World Cup Story? Tell Us

Do You Have A World Cup Story? Tell Us

In just a few days, the Russia 2018 World Cup will be upon us, the global showpiece that captures the world’s attention for one full month.

Football-loving persons the world over will be following the action keenly as memories of past editions are brought back.

To keep the World Cup mood going, Complete Sports and Completesportsnigeria.com want to celebrate our readers by letting you tell your own stories.

Which World Cup edition stands out for you? Which match will forever live in your memory? What’s your most painful World Cup experience? What’s the edition you erjoyed the most?
Are you old enough to remember how Pele stood out in 1970? Do you remember Diego Maradona in 1986? Did you cheer on the dancing ‘old man’ Roger Milla in 1990? Did you watch the Super Eagles thrill the world on their debut in 1994 before the Italy heartbreak? Is Senegal’s incredible run in 2002 your favourite? Is it Ronaldo in 2002, Zidane in 2006 or Iniesta in 2014?
Has any World Cup match made you cry?
WHAT IS YOUR WORLD CUP STORY?
Please tell us your story, under the headline ‘My World Cup Story’, in not more than five short paragraphs or 150 words.
Use the ‘Leave A Reply’ field to tell us your story.

COMMENTS

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  • Ojune kehinde victor 6 months ago

    MY WORLD CUP STORY.

    my best World Cup edition is the 2014 edition. The Final match between ARGENTINA and GERMANY is my memorable match. I was particularly supporting ARGENTINA.

    As the match was just going to penalties, MARIO GOTZE scored the last minute goal to gift Germany the title.

    I was sad as ARGENTINA was unable to win the match. this became my WORLD CUP PAINFUL EXPERIENCE.

    2014 WORLD CUP EDITION is the best ever for me.

  • Akintunde Akinmade 6 months ago

    My World Cup story was Efe Sodje of Nigeria who wore bandanna emblazoned with his personal motto “against all odds” in Korea/Japan 2002. He was advised to wear this headgear by his mum who told him will give him luck and ward off evil spirits. In our 1st match against Argentina he was not allowed to wear it by the referee at the last minute probably why we lost but he returned in the last match against England wearing it and that was the only match we did not lose. Who says bandanna don’t decide matches!!!