There is a professionalism in Scottish football that other countries can only dream of. Today Heart's player David Obua could not fly to Hungary for a Europa League game because his passport had expired.
To speed things up I have already provided him with the above passport photograph. Obua now has a race against time to organise getting a new passport from the Ugandan embassy and sort himself out with a visa for his trip to Hungary.
Obua will have some adventure getting through the red tape and no doubt we will all get a few laughs along the way. I imagine his car will break down. Some hippy will give him a ride and drop him at the wrong embassy. After inadvertently entering himself into a half marathon he crosses the finish line in first place and makes his way to the Ugandan embassy.
He arrives at the embassy just in time to see the door being locked. Still holding his trophy in his hand and draped in a foil blanket he begs the man to let him in and approve his new passport. "Your passport is right here" he says pointing to Obua's heart and walks away. Obua wakes up in bed and finds a passport lying beside his bed. Unfortunately he's actually back in a mud hut in Uganda. Not every ending is a happy one.