1. I would be the first female sports commentator in the Arab world.
2. I love football, but I’m not one of those girls who watch football to look at the players, true, it started out that way when I was 13 but then I discovered my love for the game.
3. I would kill to go to Italy,
4. And watch a game at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in San Siro,
5. And talk while I’m at it! I love to talk, and once I start there will be no stopping me.
6. I speak Italian so I can interview Italian players :)
7. I also speak a little Spanish so I can interview Spanish players too :)
8. I’m Paolo Maldini’s biggest fan so having his father Cesare as a guest would be so cool for me.
9. I’m very lazy so I don’t mind sitting in the same chair for two hours.
10. I’m probably the only Valencia CF fan in Jordan and the only girl who wouldn’t mind watching Valencia vs. Sporting Gijon in the middle of the night.
11. I might also be the only girl who ever watched a Bayer Leverkusen match, and hoped they win.
12. It’s not official but I think I set a world record with the loudest screams during the WC2006 game of Argentina vs. Serbia and Montenegro (it ended 6-0 so you can imagine why). I also skinned my knee after Italy’s 2002 defeat in South Korea, by South Korea. That’s how excited I can get.
13. I’ll say the players’ names right and I won’t mention the fact that David Beckham is married to Posh Spice “motazawwej men moghanneyat fareeq fatayat al tawabel” unlike all other Jordanian commentators (but that’s a whole different post I’m writing someday).
14. I won’t talk about pasta or pizza in an Italy match because I understand the fact that pasta has nothing to do with Italian football just like Mansaf has nothing to do with Jordanian football (except that maybe you should play a game after a Mansaf meal in order for you to digest it) and just like no one mentions sushi when Japan is playing.
15. And finally because I really, really want to :(