In an attempt to help Manchester United Fans deal with the implosion of their once great team, an unlikely foe has extended a helping hand.
Manchester United fans are currently experiencing severe psychological trauma, after they were booted out of the Champions League when they failed to beat Wolfsburg – a team nobody even knew existed until last night.
Not knowing how to deal with supporting a below average team, many fans are experiencing severe psychological and emotional trauma they don’t know how to deal with.
However, in an unlikely move, Liverpool supporters have offered to help, with many organising workshops around Ireland and the UK on how to deal with being a potentially great team that just can’t deliver.
Speaking about the workshops, one Liverpool fan Ross, from Meath said:
It’s a difficult, stressful and dangerous thing to support under performing teams, but it can be done. With the right support, family unit and a growing alcohol dependency, it can be managed effectively.
Although Liverpool and Manchester are historical arch rivals, the kind gesture of support has been welcomed by the devastated Manchester United fans.
Danny from Dublin 15, a taxi driver, welcomed the support and said that “it’ll be difficult not shouting like a prick in the pub come the end of the match when we don’t win, but hopefully with the dirty scousers help, I’ll be able to cope. That, or I’ll just start supporting City”.
Manchester United’s exit will cost the club millions in lost revenue, but worse, it has cost their fans the freedom to a be a loud dick at the end of matches they shouldn’t have won.
If you’ve been affected by any of the topics in this article, contact the support group help@ManUtdAreShiteWhatNow.com