The day is buzzing with excitement on Ghana’s 62nd Independence Anniversary. Football clubs around the globe have joined in today’s celebration, chief amongst them are AS Roma and England’s Caversham United smearing love on your favorite club, Sekondi Hasaacas FC.
Before that, our female team, Sekondi Hasaacas Ladies have toppled their preparation ahead of this Weekend’s visit to Cape Coast to play Ladystrikers. Hasmal have a preparatory game today against Hasport Ladies at the Bompeh Park at exactly 3:00pm. Read More
And now back to where we started, surprisingly, a tweet surfaced today, March 6, from both AS Roma and Caversham United, choosing Sekondi Hasaacas FC as the Twitter team of the day and like colony of workaround, arousing replies over-sided beneath the tweets from around the globe.
Here are both tweets and accompanying replies.
“On the 62nd anniversary of Ghana’s independence, #ASRoma’s Twitter Team of the Day is @SekHasaacas. Formed in 1931, champions in 1977 & relegated in 2016, we love the fact that their fans shout ‘Dooooo’ instead of ‘Gooaaal’ & their club motto is 🔥‘Play the Game but Lovely’ 🇬🇭👏”
On the 62nd anniversary of Ghana’s independence, #ASRoma’s Twitter Team of the Day is @SekHasaacas. Formed in 1931, champions in 1977 & relegated in 2016, we love the fact that their fans shout ‘Dooooo’ instead of ‘Gooaaal’ & their club motto is 🔥‘Play the Game but Lovely’ 🇬🇭👏 pic.twitter.com/XnHpOt6yrh
— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) March 6, 2019
Sekondi è la storia della Roma ahahahah
— Andrea Grillo (@AndreaGrilloAsR) March 6, 2019
Happy Ghanaian Independence Day @SekHasaacas
— ℂ𝕒𝕞𝕖𝕣𝕠𝕟 🇳🇬 (FAN ACCOUNT/PARODY ACCOUNT) (@FancyFreddo) March 6, 2019
Dooooooooooooooooooooooooo the doooooooooooooo
— Igwee Asante (@igweeasante3) March 6, 2019
The only team in the world that screams Doooooo while others scream goaaaaallllll
— bRa Fii (@bissy_nark) March 6, 2019
In light of Ghana's 62nd Independence Day, we choose @SekHasaacas as our Team of the Day.
Who are they?
Formed in 1931, they won the Ghanaian Prem (1977) & the West Africa Football Union Cup (1982).
They also shout Dooooo instead of Gooaal (only club in the world).
— Caversham United FC (@CavershamUnited) March 6, 2019