Glory, glory for Man U ?

BANGALORE: Here is a lifetime opportunity for the die-hard Manchester United Fans in India to convey their best wishes to their favourite team. After winning the Premier League Cup  19 ti

Published: 18th April 2012 12:21 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:35 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Here is a lifetime opportunity for the die-hard Manchester United Fans in India to convey their best wishes to their favourite team. After winning the Premier League Cup  19 times, the Manchester United team will play another exciting match against Swansea City on May 6, this year.  Fans get a chance from the Manchester United Merchandising store to wish the Red Devils to win the 20th cup.  

The Manchester United fans can walk into the exclusive Manchester United Merchandising store and sign on the banner, wishing the team to become 20 times champion. The signature campaign has already started from the 12th of this month. The banner with the fans’ best wishes from across the country will be sent to the team at Old Trafford.

Rachna Aggarwal, CEO Indus League, said, “We are delighted to take the signature campaign initiative, which provides an opportunity for Manchester United fans in India to wish the team to emerge as 20 times champion. This initiative is the best way to connect fans with their favourite team. We are sure that the fans will love to do this and cheer for the team.” Fans can walk into exclusive stores in Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata & Bangalore. So what are you waiting for? Rush now and sign your wish for the Red Devils!

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