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Friday, December 27, 2019

Footballer Sadio Mane's Mindset On Buying And Flaunting Luxury Goods



"Why would I want ten Ferraris, twenty diamond watches, or two planes? What will these objects do for me and for the world?

I was hungry, and I had to work in the field; I survived hard times, played football barefoot, I did not have an education and many other things, but today with what I win thanks to football, I can help my people.

I built schools, a stadium, we provide clothes, shoes, food for people who are in extreme poverty. In addition, I give 70 euros per month to all people in a very poor region of Senegal which contributes to their family economy.

I do not need to display luxury cars, luxury homes, trips and even planes. I prefer that my people receive a little of what life has given me."

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  1. Sense will not kill you. More blessings fall on you.

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    1. Stella nnem, I have got tears in my eyes as I type this. This is what our purpose on earth is. And I mean every single one of us is here is help each other and preserve the earth. You see as this post has generated less than 25 comments. Our sense of community as Africans is non existent. If you talk they will say you have poverty mentality. What is the point having luxury cars with no roads to drive it. What is the point living in fear of been murdered by desperate destitutes... paying through your nostrils for protection. Ehn? People now lack value and purpose because there are no more role models...what we have left are thieving pastors, whoring mothering, irresponsible dads and rapists uncles. Truly and sadly, the evil one is focused on his objective to steal, kill & destroy. Sometimes I feel so helpless .....sigh

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    2. Correct guy! πŸ‘πŸ½
      I hail! πŸ™ŒπŸ½

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    3. This Got mw teary.. So much poverty in Nigeria.. I came back from the UK for the holidays and I feel Blessed I bought loads of clothes from Primark clearance in Lakeside Thurrock and I am soooo happy giving to soo many people and the joy on their faces is priceless, I also gave to my friends that i was in the university with and they were sooo excited, the Thank You I have received will live in my heart forever.. hopefully I will have more to do more. Times are hard for a lot of my Nigerians here even the ones you see and feel they may have..

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    4. This Got mw teary.. So much poverty in Nigeria.. I came back from the UK for the holidays and I feel Blessed I bought loads of clothes from Primark clearance in Lakeside Thurrock and I am soooo happy giving to soo many people and the joy on their faces is priceless, I also gave to my friends that i was in the university with and they were sooo excited, the Thank You I have received will live in my heart forever.. hopefully I will have more to do more. Times are hard for a lot of my Nigerians here even the ones you see and feel they may have..

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  2. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ wow! Nice one, my love for you just tripled

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    1. Another way of being a model African player is to have an African wife and African kids. Do not have your wealth flow out of the motherland in a so called swirl relationship after all big athletes from other parts of the world have not been looking elsewhere to create a kingdom called a home ....from your brother

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    2. It is not by force to marry an African wife abeg. What he should model and I hope he is, is a good and sane and stable family life.

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    3. If you marry an African with poverty mentality like most of them that chase iPhone and other mundane
      materials, she will run him to the ground. He should continue what he is doing that seem to work and leave hungry, poverty-ridden African ladies (with false sense of entitlement) alone.

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    4. Wise words! Nigerians are very sentimental, everything is not marry an African bla bla bla. Truth is most oyibos are honestly not as materialistic as the the people that some people are saying he should have married...

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    5. With d support of his oyibo wife, he is able to provide all this, uf na Africa wife shinshin his pple won't see

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    6. All should be free to marry from where they find live, with an african woman -good white? Good too,the most important thing is that he is agood husband and father. I dont really like football but for what he does,I will finr him and start following his career. Good one!! My African bro.

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  3. God bless you o jare.

    This competely mirrored my thoughts to life in general.

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  4. God bless u Mane..giving and reaching out to others is d best feeling ever! U can only drive one car at a time,neither can u sleep in 10 rooms every night! There should be Moderation in everything

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    1. God bless you Mane. I wish all our rich men think like him and our youth will know they need to help others not oppress them.

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  5. God bless him more, your mother trained you well😘

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  6. Wow, real men talking. That's basically what wealth and affluence should be all about, spreading the love and joy of it.

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  7. wow this is how star do, this guy is the real G. O. A. T

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  8. God will replenish your pocket

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  9. Very good but a lot of other footballers do these things. Drogba for example. I don’t mind people who are doing what they love and earning legitimately splashing out on their hard earned money. They also look after their loved ones. Anyway there are levels. Ronaldo and Messi’s bank balances are on different levels.

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  10. He is a rare gem and kudos to him. But all the people praising him here will be the first to look down on his non designer self if he went incognito. True wealth gives you freedom from materialism.

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    1. The good thing I see in him is that he doesn't need people's validation. So he won't care if people (foolish ones) look down on him or not.

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  11. My best Liverpool player....

    God bless you tremendously bro. Your head overcorrect!

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  12. better human being.
    God bless him

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  13. This brought tears to my eyes.God bless you

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    1. Me too..God bless and keep you Mane

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  14. His generations will be blessed for centuries to come.

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    1. πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

      Ivannah

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    2. Great lesson for you most especially 😁

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  16. 😊
    I pray God bless you beyond your expectations. Amen

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  17. Awwwwwwww!
    That's very sweet and grand of him.
    Chaaai, this just made my day.

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    1. God continue to bless him more bountifully.

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  18. God bless you more and continue to enlarge your coast.

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  19. Reading this has made me sober and to think differently about life. May God guide you in your humanitarian work in your country.

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  20. Wow! May God bless and keep you Mane

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  21. God bless you Mane. In your old age you shall be happy and fulfilled.

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  22. Good thoughts selfless giving makes the world a better place for us all. May God bless you more for this

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  23. Mane is now one of the best soccer player of our time. I pray more money and recognition for him. That's all i'll say.

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  24. God bless you Mane. Truly in what ever position God has given you. It's for a purpose. God placed you there to TOUCH lives. Do you best on your own level. Learn to give and touch lives as you grow up the ladder in life.Cheers. God please take me higher and higher so I can touch more lives.IN JESUS NAME AMEN

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  25. This is one that knows what wealth is about... As jesus asked "what shall it profits a man to gain the whole world and loses his soul? Or what shall he give in exchange of his soul? "

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  26. Beautiful.. may God continue to increase you....

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  27. Sadio Mane, u have my love forever.......this is what being rich means....may God grant us the grace.

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