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Mavin Records Star Bayanni Names the Premier League Club He Supports, Gives Reason
- Nigerian singer Bayanni has explained that he is a fan of Manchester United
- The 25-year-old added that he has been following Man United since 2007
- He made it clear that it was Cristiano Ronaldo that made him start supporting the Red Devils
Nigerian singer and songwriter Bayanni has disclosed that he is a fan of Manchester United stressing that he has been supporting the Red Devils since 2007 during the first stint of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United is one of the biggest teams in the world considering their records and achievements most especially when Sir Alex Ferguson was their manager.
The Old Trafford Landlords have many fans from around the world.
The club has also produced many great players like David Beckham, Eric Cantona, Patrice Evra, Ryan Giggs, and others.
According to the report on Soccernet, Bayanni explained that he has no regret for his decision to be supporting Manchester United.
Bayanni supports Man United
“My life as a Manchester United fan started around 2007. This year was quite pivotal because almost everyone around me had also picked up an interest in football.
“The Nigerian national team were doing well and I remember almost every family in the neighborhood tuning in day and night to watch the youth team go all the way to win the FIFA U-17 World Cup.
This was around the season Cristiano Ronaldo peaked as a footballer, the 2007/2008 season. Of course, I adored him. Everyone around me did as well.''
FA Cup final loss clouds Man United's season
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Manchester United's painful FA Cup final defeat to Manchester City casts a cloud over a largely impressive season under Erik ten Hag in which they ended their trophy drought and regained their place in the Champions League.
City's captain fantastic Ilkay Gundogan scored twice in a 2-1 win for the Premier League champions at Wembley -- including the fastest goal in FA Cup final history -- as his side stayed on track for a treble.
Ten Hag, in his first campaign at Old Trafford, praised his men for their performance against "probably the best team in the world" before reflecting on the overall campaign.