I might well be able to be all athletic on the football pitch but after three evenings of yoga, I might be too zen to be competitive.
Small price to pay for being able to stay on the field. But what's the point of being on the pitch if you're not going to be aggressive.
Be corinthian. Not being like that at the moment in Egypt where tensions are boiling over the match against Algeria.
But world cup qualification is at stake. The match takes place on Saturday. Shortly after the match. The match being our latest attempt to win a game.
The star striker is playing for the first bit and only 12 players are available this weekend. Unlike last weekend when 15 turned up and it was chaos.
I sense a result.
Even if we don't get one me and the missus are going to try a new restaurant out in the evening. It's North African cuisine and is owned by the man who runs Momo in London.
Give us a cous cous.
More like give me a break. The TV is on France 2 as the France v South Africa international has just finished. It's the loto draw brought to us by two young and wholesome people.
Balls flying around everywhere. Presage of the morning's activities.