What Shall It Profit You To Die Because Of A Football Club?

Football fanaticissm has grwon to the extent that fans risk wives and homes just to show support for their teams; however, the question arises, how much can be too much, suicide?

Football no doubt is an intense sport; it is attractive with the same intensity and out of its attractiveness, commitment is won. Some by sheer fanaticism, while some for sentimental reasons

Many things; both predicatble and unpredictable is expected from this wonderful game; but one that still raises questions with regards to the reasoning behind the action is a football fan taking his life; either by intension or accident, because his or her favorite football club lost

It is yet not quite understood why fans attach so much affection to these teams so much as a loss affects their mental or healt state

Most unbelievable is an incident in faraway Uganda, because of a match in distant England, which probably the person involved may never see the Queensland for all his lifetime, even as much take a selfie with any of the players in the team

A Ugandan footballer and 'crazy' Chelsea fan tragically lost his life when he gave up to the shock that Frank Lampard denied Chelsea the three points in an EPL game: Fahad Musana unnecessarilly ended his life watching the Premier League clash in Bombo when he collapsed following the equaliser from the 36 year-old

a friend of his told the media

Now that leaves a poser, what then has he gained by that stupidity? He was a footballer who could have shown his love in a more greater way than let the game affect his blood level

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