Senegal Coach Aliou Cisse has emerged as new social media sensation during FIFA World Cup 2018. Former athlete has supplied another meme to the social media brigade that always remains on the hunt of the relatable real-life examples to describe the situation.
A ‘Cool’ Senegal Coach
Senegal coach is going viral on social media for his unique celebratory style. The gif that depicts him celebrating the team’s win in a cool way while keeping his composure is dominating the social media newsfeeds.
And, who knows when their action will become a meme.
Senegal coach Aliou Cissé, your life as a meme has just begun. pic.twitter.com/WoeDQjEeQe
— Rogers Cadenhead (@rcade) June 19, 2018
His expressions describe well how it looks to be so sure about something. Senegal coach knew about his team’s win.
When you know you got this
Senegal ?? coach after second goal pic.twitter.com/r4Kam6z46H
— Sure Kamhunga (@sure_kamhunga) June 19, 2018
Not Only A Cool Dude
Senegal coach Aliou Cisse is not going viral for his swag and being a cool dude. He has many other credits to his name. 42 years old Aliou is also the youngest coach in FIFA World Cup 2018 and also an only black coach in 32-teams tournament.
So, Twitter users are not exploiting his celebratory style to make a relatable meme but also telling the world a story that needs to be told.
Thirty two teams at this year’s World Cup. At 42 Aliou Cisse is the youngest and only black coach in the competition. Senegal is also the first African team to win a match in the 2018 world cup. #WorldCup #POLSEN pic.twitter.com/39zcGifsOU
— Siphumelele (@Tall_Blxk) June 19, 2018
A Relatable Senegal Coach
And, here is how social media users are relating to Senegal coach moves which are adding to the ultimate fun and entertainment that FIFA World Cup is offering. This entertainment is not exclusive to football fans only.
Senegal’s Aliou Cissé with one of the great World Cup coaching celebrations. You may meme this if you would like, internets. pic.twitter.com/zVkaWiotky
— Miriti Murungi (@NutmegRadio) 19 June 2018
Well, this tweet by the sports reporter Don Molloy also seems on point.
Aliou Cissé is me when there’s free food at work pic.twitter.com/n9cAyF58IC
— Dan Molloy (@DanMolloyTV) 19 June 2018
And, he is a reason for why Football fans should consider supporting Senegal.
How can you look at their coach and not immediately support Senegal pic.twitter.com/MlRr9rfGYO
— GG (@GrandeGraziano) June 19, 2018
We heard about Daniel Craig returning as James Bond. But should we expect Senegal coach to play the character? Maybe yes, because his swag makes him qualify for the role.
Senegal’s coach should be the new James Bond. pic.twitter.com/35NpBARtK2
— Louis Torres (@Louis1117) June 19, 2018
It is a fact that social media has the power to make a person overnight famous. We just witnessed a south Indian actress Priya Parkash Varrier going viral within hours. But, the case with Aliou Cisse is different, as he is a former athlete who has ruled over the hearts of football fans for years.