We hope girls are inspired to start playing at a younger age and try to get to a World Cup themselves.
I cling to the hope that with more and more women in the workplace, we can teach younger generations to be respectful and also encourage young women to speak up when they've experienced abuse.
I think the world is becoming a place where younger and younger people can do great things, and I just hope I can inspire other young people to do the same.
I hope I've lived a life of science whose style will encourage younger people.
I plan with the BBC African Player of the Year award to become an agent of hope and positive change in the lives of the millions of African youths who have lost hope and are deprived.
Many of my works fall into the category of 'Zeitgeist novels'. Yet I hope that they aren't only reportage, but also attempts to convey the sense of the present to the future.
To some degree, we're all thinking about the same things. It's the zeitgeist. The trick, in a way, as a writer, is to hope that your interests in some sense link up with the culture around you.
It is not about moving past the tragedy in our life, but simply moving forward.
"I see her slipping away, bit by bit, because you shove her down when she so desperately needs someone to help her back up."
Hate is like drinking poison and hoping the other person will die.
We cannot become what we want by remaining what we are.