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Interesting statistics from tweetmap shows how EPL fans are distibuted in East Africa

SPORTS By Victor Nyakachunga | April 22nd 2015

Arsenal is in the summit of top flight Premier English League teams in terms of football followers on tweeter with the gooners commanding the largest troop of fans in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi as shown by tweetmap.

The statistics by tweetmap indicate that the English Premier League giants lead in fan base at an approximately 30% followed by Manchester United at 22% and Chelsea at 17%

In Tanzania, Manchester United is still the team to support by majority of fans with the biggest following followed by Arsenal and Chelsea respectively.

However, in the UK which is the cradle of the English Premier League teams, Liverpool still holds the grip of fanatics in the Isle followed closely by Arsenal and manchester United.

Tweet map which was launched by tweeter for global Premier League follower map, is to enable fans and teams know their strong bases in different towns, countries and the entire global continent.

Additional Reporting by Mirror.

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