Soccer News of Thursday, 31 May 2018
It was all fun at the Lizzy’s Sports Complex on AU Day as Manchester United fans in Ghana came together to make merry, fraternize, engage in fun games and also discuss the betterment of their group.
The Red Family Tym Out as the event was named presented a platform for fans of Manchester United to meet and discuss the way forward for the group that aims at becoming a recognized branch of the United family.
The event brought together fans who played 5-aside soccer matches, swimming competitions, video games and other exciting activities.
An executive member of the Manchester United fans in Ghana, Sammy Anim- Addo expressed his excitement with the turnout and appealed to Manchester United fans in the country to join the group.
He made known the group’s objectives which include being recognized by their parent club in the UK and also seeking the welfare of its members.
“I’m very happy with the turnout and also how the program went. Our aim was to have fun and also discuss the progress of our group and I believe we have achieved that. I can tell you that the club (Manchester United) is aware of this family. Somebody called that the club is monitoring whatever we are doing and there’s going to be a formality that we should follow. If we are able to meet that, very soon the club will recognize us as the official fan group in Ghana. We thank God for that”.
‘The little efforts we are putting is gaining recognition so it’s important for us that the bigger club is watching and if we keep up with these works we will soon gain recognition, he said.