Football has become the opium of men. In Ghana, what makes it even more effective is the concomitant rivalry between the fans of the most petronized sporting discipline in the the world.
The clock is ticking, and in few hours, Chelsea Football Club shall lock horns with a highly in-form Manchester City side.
The supporters of both teams in Ghana and the world over are confident of victory.
What is more interesting however, is that, the fans of Manchester United are ironically rooting their unflinching support for Manchester City against Chelsea.
"Although you're our city rivals and we hate you to the Mars and back, we Red Devils at University of Ghana implore you to help us keep Chelsea fans silent by beating them fair and square on Saturday. We can not stand the noise we shall be made to bear if Chelsea Football club wins the Champions League this year", a letter written by a United fan in the University of Ghana stated.
"So far as we're concerned, Chelsea must not know peace. They must taste the wrath and anger of our against", another statement from Alliance for Victory Manchester noted.
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