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INTERNATIONAL: Football player mistakenly thanks his wife and girlfriend on live TV

By Huffington Post

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2017-03-22-22_15_34-soccer-player-mistakenly-thanks-his-wife-and-girlfriend-on-live-tv-_-the-huffingHUFFINGTON POST – A Ghanaian soccer star may be in the doghouse after giving an awkward live TV interview where he mistakenly thanked his wife and girlfriend.

Mohammed Anas, who plays for South Africa’s Free State Stars, had just been named “man of the match” when he made the Freudian slip of the tongue during a post-game interview Friday night.

“Firstly I appreciate my fans,” Mohammed Anas began, “and my wife and my girlfriend.”

Within seconds of catching his mistake, he quickly backtracked with some nervous-sounding laughter.

“I mean my wife, sorry for saying, I’m so sorry, my wife,” he said. “I love you so much. I love you so much from my heart.”

The 22-year-old scored twice during the South African Premier Division game, the Telegraph reported. But his gaffe left internet users wondering what may have been going on off field.


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  1. HE SALOP. They will learn notvto cheat. Papa ehhe- de- tou

  2. LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Think God playing when he ready!
    Wouldn't have to come out of your mouth if u were being faithful

  4. Africa for U. At least he didn't say wives.

  5. you ass is grass bro

  6. you mean to tell me you so nervous you bigging up ur wife and girlfriend lmao all the fame go to ur head


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