I just made one video about it [freestyle]
and after that, a lot of freestylers followed me and they said to me ‘keep going’ and all that.
me and they said to me ‘keep going’ and all that.
And there are also Sudan freestyler who come there and say
to me ‘don’t stop’ even if your mum or your dad
say to, so I just keep on going and that gives me so much positivity.
When I was playing football, my team was so racist.
Kind of racist but they showed me that, they showed me but didn’t
tell me that. When we played, they didn’t show for me or give me the ball or anything.
They thought it was better to lose the ball than give me the ball, that’s what I hate.
When I was in the team, I felt as if I wasn’t in the team because I wasn’t with them.
I’m just alone every time. But when I first started freestyle,
I felt so good and that made me stay as a freestyler
I don’t know, maybe they judge you because you’re a Muslim, you have a hijab
on, ask why are you playing freestyle
For example, my mum and my dad don’t like that I play freestyle because they and football in the street and things like that.
think that it’s a boy’s game and, yeah, they just don’t like that
Okay, my favourite football player is Mohamed Salah.
Why do I like him? He’s Muslim, he does all of his Islamic things and he also plays football.
He supports everyone, he’s so positive. I just don’t know, he’s just so good.