Manchester United is arguably the most loved and preferred English Football Club in the world. It is also one of the teams in the world with the largest fan base. It is therefore not surprising to know that some of the famous faces in the country have sworn an unflinching allegiance to the club.
Let us take a look at some of the Ghanaian celebrities who are strong red devils.
The Rockstar crooner is a big fan of Manchester United. He once had a photoshoot in Manchester United jersey. Back home, he has an undying love for Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
The Fante Rap God, Kofi Kinaata is a die-hard Manchester United fan. Kinaata is always on social media teasing fans of Chelsea football club and other English premier league side. He’s made mention of the fact that he is better off than Jesse Lingard. He has been spotted several times in jersey of Manchester United.
Rapper M.anifest has expressed his never-ending passion for Manchester United and it is an envious one to talk about. He doesn’t hide his love for the team even when they are losing.
Nana Aba Anamoah
Every Ghanaian knows that the award-winning media personality is a die-hard fan of Manchester United. She shows her love for the team anywhere she is. She used to wear the Manchester United home jersey to her defunct “Diva show”. She was actually sacked from TV3 because of Manchester United-related issues. Nana Aba is the first name that comes to mind when discussing fans of Manchester United.
Nana Aba is an avid fan of the Great Olympics and sometimes attends matches. She was recently appointed a management member of the club as the head of Marketing, Sponsorship and Branding.
Serwaa Amihere is a die-hard fan of Manchester United. The GH One TV journalist has been supporting the English giants despite the club’s performances over these years. Serwaa has been seen wearing Manchester United jersey which shows the kind of love she has for the three-time European champions.
The sports journalist is also a staunch fan of Manchester United. You dare not speak ill of the club in her presence. She has mostly been seen commenting on issues concerning the development of the club.
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