As I pulled out of the parking space, wound down the window and tipped the car guard, he saw the England flag over on my wing mirror.
"Yoh! You boys did badly baba!", he exclaimed.
"I know. We were useless. It's been a great World Cup though".
"It was good but the referees stopped some teams who deserved it from going through. They were racist!"
"What do you mean?"
"The European referees stopped African teams from going through".
"What? Like Bafana and Ghana?" (Olegario Benquerenca of Portugal officiated at the Uruguay - Ghana match when Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez handled THAT ball off the line and Asamoah Gyan missed the subsequent penalty. I've lost count how many people claim that Swiss referee Massimo Busacca had no right to send off Bafana keeper Itumeleng Khune against Uruguay)
"Yeah, the racist referees wanted to keep Africans out. They [Europeans] want to keep football for themselves".
I wasn't in the mood to argue so I just smiled, nodded and drove off. This was supposed to be "Africa's turn" but the Europeans seem to have done a smash and grab.