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Man-U fan banned from watching UEFA champions at Makande hall

[Manchester United Players enjoying a goal in a past soccer match. Photo/Courtesy.]

A Manchester United football club fan has been banned from watching the ongoing UEFA champion’s league after he fainted twice at a social hall in Makande, Mombasa.

The incident occurred after his all time favourite team Manchester United was hammered 4-0 by Everton football club at Goddison Park ground.

The fan known as Peter Ouma was seen sweating when the team was hammered by Barcelona football club recently.

However, his colleagues gave him first aid and soothed him since the series of unexpected events would cause him serious health repercussions.

However, the next league where his favourite team Manchester United was extremely hammered by Everton returned him to the same state of despair panting heavily, shaking and sweating allover his body.

The Man-U diehard fan later fainted and his colleagues were forced to rush him to a nearby hospital for urgent medical attention.

“We have been lately monitoring him and realised that if next time he accompany us in watching such tough soccer battles we are bound to loose him,” noted Caleb Otieno, one of the Man-U football club diehard fans.

The owner of the premise stated that Ouma should not join other football fans in his premise since the lover of sports may be following his death.

In a series of losses, Manchester United football club has earned a nickname ‘Mwantesa United’ which loosely translates to ‘causing pain and suffering’.

The strong love of International soccer in the country has resulted into some fans committing suicide.

“Some commits suicide because of losing the tough soccer matches, however some is because of loosing large sums of money after indulging in the famous sports bet.