By: on August 10, 2016
In Nigeria’s commercial nerve centre, Lagos, shanty wooden structures with a number of benches, a television and a satellite dish are common sight. These venues, popularly called ‘viewing centres’, offer a bulk of the football-mad population in the city a chance to watch the European football league games, usually for less than a dollar. As the popularity of these matches grew in the early 2000s, so did the presence of these viewing centres. On match-days, these places are usually packe...
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