I've been a Christian for over 40 years and the majority of my close friends are longtime Christians as well. I'm not a fan of stuff like this, and I sincerely doubt any of my friends would endorse it either.
I pray for guidance on every major decision. And as much as I believe that God does indeed provide guidance, the majority of the time when I see Christians saying God told them to do something, what they really mean is one of two things: "Don't hold me accountable for my choices. Blame God." or... "You can't question any part of my decision because it's what God told me to do." One of the more frequent uses I've seen is in breakups, i.e. "God told me to break up with you and date this other girl". Yeah...Sure he did. I have zero respect for Christians who try to avoid responsibility or make their decisions unassailable by attributing them to God. "I prayed about it." Great. "God told me to do it." Yeah, right.
I will freely admit I don't watch soccer and don't follow the World Cup, but that doesn't stop me from saying congrats to the US ladies for winning, Heck, if we won the world hide and seek tournament, I'd say "good job".
Of all the crazy things... And let's be clear. You don't have to be drunk to do something stupid with fireworks. Being a teenager can be just as effective. (my friends and I learned that lesson quite clearly a few decades back)
Might not be as absurd as it sounds. Talented players generally make lousy mentors/coaches because they haven't had to work as hard. Guys who had to fight for what they get do a better job teaching others to do the same. And regardless of what the idiots who think he's Jerry Richardson's favorite player may think, Bersin's earned his way via a lot of hard work.