Hearts PRO Muheed Saeed Pity Kotoko Fans, Says They'll Die Of Hypertension‎ on Sunday

Accra Hearts of Oak SC Public Relations Officer, Muheeb Saeed says he feels pity for fans of rival club Asante Kotoko for absurdly having faith in an augury 5-0 scoreline been preached by leaders of the Kumasi-based club as a possible outcome when the two sides clash on Sunday. Ahead of Ghana's biggest game of the season billed as the 'Super Clash', Kotoko's General Manager, Opoku Nti; Operations Manager, George Kennedy and Team Manager Godwin Ablodey have all being emphatic that the Porcupines will give Hearts of Oak a 5-0 thumping. But in reacting to the 'inconceivable' prediction, the soft-spoken PRO of the Phobians laughed off the imaginations of the Kotoko leadership saying he only feels pity for the innocent fans who are being tuned up for a massive expectation that will only end in a shock and hypertension related deaths. In an Interview with Kumasi-based Angel FM, Muheed said the Hearts of Oak players and officials will not be distracted by the Kotoko 'noise' and are preparing to take the math cool at the Baba Yara Stadium n Sunday. "I'm not going to even respond to those predictions of beating us (Hearts) by 5-0, they really say they are going to beat us Accra Hearts of Oak by 5 WHAT? Muheed said in amazement. "Seriously, I don't know but what really pushed them into making such wild statements?" "We know what to do to beat Kotoko on anyday and we are doing exactly that so personally, I just feel pity for their fans for believing in what their people are saying". "I feel very sorry for the fans because they are being tricked to come to the stadium to generate enough gate proceeds but they ould have done it in a different way and in a more respectable manner", "What I want to tell them is that, they (Kotoko supporters) are just going to suffer from hypertension on Sunday, they want to kill these innocent fans". "I insist that whoever insist that they'll beat Hearts 5-0 want to raise the blood pressure of their fans o Sunday for nothing" "Even if they beat us by half nil, they must be happy to celebrate," he added. Kotoko won the First Capital Plus Premier League with two matches remaining and are seeking to put an icing on the cake against their bitterest rivals.