Arjen Robben is going to build a museum! Wait, what? Yes, you’ve heard it right; Robben has plans to open a private museum in his own home to showcase his trophies and mementos once he hangs up his boots.
Bayern Munich and Netherlands star, Arjen Robben is going to build a museum! Wait, what?
Yes, you’ve heard it right; Robben has plans to open a private museum in his own home to showcase his trophies and mementos once he hangs up his boots.
Speaking to a German newspaper Robben said, “When my wife and I are settled in our house, I dream of collecting all my things and building a private museum. It will be for me, my family and my close friends. I have so many souvenirs – shirts of other players. I kept the ball from the 2013 Champions League final (Bayern beat Borussia Dortmund 2-1 and Robben scored a late winner).”
So we thought, if Robben is all gung-ho about a museum which will have everything about football per say, what if he had other options as well? Robben is quite a familiar face in the football arena and we, here at Youngisthan, plan to consult Robben of trying something out of the box! So why don’t we give a try and let the Dutch winger decide what else can he choose to build if not a museum. Here you go:
Yes, swimming pools in a lay man language! We all know, how ‘great’ Robben is at ‘diving’ around the football pitch and so why don’t the former give a try out in setting up a swimming institute where he can teach young and old onto ‘how to dive’.
A drama theatre
And after the diving, there is a school of drama for Arjen Robben. The Bayern Munich star is known for his theatrics whenever taken to the ground and that’s what could force the former to build a drama theatre, which could go the distance as far as the entries are concerned! ‘Robben for teacher’
‘How to run fast’ academy
Robben is by far one of the fastest athlete in the world of football. The Dutch player can clock upto 37kph (in the FIFA World Cup) on the field and that can leave the opposition defence, huffed and puffed. Thus, taking that into consideration, Robben could easily match that with setting up an academy for the pace makers. If one wants to learn how to run fast on the field, Robben’s tips could come in handy!
We all know Arjen Robben had hair in his early playing days, especially during his time at Chelsea. But soon after, the winger went completely hairless and thus to make it avoidable for other footballers, a hair transplant academy from Robben himself, could be vital.
‘How to play FIFA 14 on PlayStation’ school
Last but not the least, Arjen Robben’s FIFA playing skills might have just got weaker (especially after playing a lot on the field) So, why not open up a school where students will be taught on how to play FIFA 14 on PlayStation and in turn, can help Robben as well.