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HOw do i get into it
8th May 2013 9:12
8th May 2013 9:56
"Am also from Ghana. Even though things arent looking great for liverpool at the moment, I have great hopes for next season. YNWA"
8th May 2013 11:54
"Its 'LFC till I die' as we say here in Ghana! I don't know if there are any truly passionate Kops out there apart from my friends in my lovely country. My blood is red, LFC is red, My blood is LFC #YNWA"
8th May 2013 12:43
"GHANA loves #LFC"
8th May 2013 13:21
"I will surely visit anfield one of these days from Ghana. I love Liverpool very much "
8th May 2013 15:08
"Ghana Reds........YNWA"
8th May 2013 17:07
"Great to see Ghana feature on LFC! I can count a few journalists in Ghana who bleed red: Kwame Baah-Nuako, Christopher Opoku, Randy Abbey, Kojo Addae-Mensah, etc. Anyway, I'm still dreaming of making it to Anfield (the last time I was in the UK I never had a ticket, much as I tried. Could there be a scheme were first time visitors can get tickets to watch their idol club?)"
8th May 2013 20:13
"I Love this Club even in this difficult times and will continue to support and hope for a bright future. LFC fans we don't just give up. YNWA from Accra, Ghana. ebo signing off.."