We don’t think we’ve ever featured the Guam Budweiser Premier League here on Pies, so it’s nice that we get to kick things off with a good’n.
NAPA Rovers brought Guam Shipyard’s unbeaten streak to an end on Saturday with a 5-1 win in their first game back after the Christmas break.
Ashton Surber found himself amongst the scorers, but the NAPA striker’s evening was all the more notable for a different reason.
After tucking away a spectacular overhead kick in the 35th minute, Surber rushed over to his girlfriend in the crowd and unveiled a t-shirt with the words “Marry Me?” splashed across the front.
Sadly, the over-officious referee wasn’t in the mood for grand romantic gestures and swiftly booked Surber for removing his shirt…
— Guam Football Assoc (@GuamFootball) January 13, 2017
Quite right, if we start letting minor offences slide in the name of love then how long will it be until we’re living in total anarchy?
Well played that referee.